Oct 26 2011
When you’re a child or even a teen you learn hundreds if not thousands of little rules of “life.” Some of these rule are the kind that are set in stone, as in real life laws. And some rules are simply etiquette rules. For example we know not to have both hands on the table when we eat. On the other hand we also know we’re not supposed to steal.
It’s the “legal” laws that I’d like to point out in this article. It’s funny because as a child or teen you don’t really take these laws seriously. For one reason or another we’ve all committed crimes in our youth.
Here are five I’m willing to bet that most of us have….
If you took a piece of candy, a piece of fruit, hell forgot something in your pocket then you’ve shoplifted before. I know that when I was a little kid I used to take pieces of candy all the time. It’s almost an instinct. You’re told not to steal. You know not to steal. But that little rush inside of you makes it happen anyway. Now stealing cars and other stuff, that’s another story.
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