What's the worst mistake that you've ever made in your life?  All 3 of us road tripped to Tulip Time on Saturday and I (Connie) was playing DJ with the music :O)

I can't remember WHAT song it was, but it reminded me and Fish of some mistake he had made back in the day. (LOL - there were soooooooo many)  SOOOO, we all started talking about mistakes we've made in our past. And tried to figure out the BIGGEST one... Ahhhh, good times, good times.

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What’s the worst mistake you’ve ever made???

  • My biggest mistake would have been to start smoking
  • My biggest mistake was marrying my ex-husband. He was abusive and neglectful to my two oldest children and myself. the jerk wouldn't allow me to have a driver's license or a job so that way he could control me for the whole 5 years I was with him. But for almost 2 years now, I am happily with a man that I 'm proud to call mine. And glad to have my 3rd son with him. I couldn't be happier.
  • Shoplifting at age 18. 25 yrs later still paying for it cause it's on my record.
  • The thing I regret the most is leaving my ex for my boyfriend of 5 years I have now. I love my boyfriend now. But I regret everything.
  • My worst mistake is my 2nd marriage. It ruined us we would've been better off not married. (We are still together but it's rough)
  • My biggest mistake I ever made was probably a tie between my affair and losing about 50 Grand at the casino and then lying to my husband about it.
  • #TQOTD My biggest mistake ever was my first wife. Lucky for me, divorce is a thing. Frog you Alex. You were a lady-boosh.
  • #TQOTD Cheating on my ex, then breaking up. I knew our relationship was ending and should have broken up with that idiot first.
  • My first marriage
  • "Growing up"
  • Tqotd, I failed as a man to compromise and include her in things I hold dear. Men don't change until it's too late and I've lost the love of life because of that. It was a mistake I'll have to live with forever.
  • 3 words, one app. My biggest mistake has been using Plenty of Fish. 3 kids, 3 different dads, 1 a convicted rapist, another a convicted pedophile, another an abusive drug addict. But I love all of my children and am so grateful for them
  • Worst mistake ever for me was buying my Jeep Compass. I bought the only year they fudged up and has a million recalls and just made like absolute junk. Still working on paying it off so I can get rid of it.
  • My worst mistake ever was when I ran away and joined the circus😉
  • Not trusting my gut about my daughter's health and instead listening to her now EX doctor who wanted to wait things out. She is now a tube fed child who barely eats by mouth since August of last year with oral dysphasia
  • Biggest mistake I've ever made is dating the same guy all the way through High School. I missed out on a lot of things with my friends because I was always with, and things didn't work out after high school. I try to instill into my daughters not too be tied down with one guy. I tell them to enjoy their adolescence and have fun they have a long life ahead of them.
  • I am 26 now and my mother passed from cancer when I was 17. I regret not staying home from my extra \curricular activities and spending more time with her: asking questions about life and about her to know her more. However my family is still able to tell me about her life and I am grateful for that but it is still difficult, especially since I am getting married next month and miss her greatly.
  • Telling someone that I wanted to physically hurt my girlfriend at the time daughter.
  • I personally don't believe there are any mistakes to regret because they make us who we are. But if I were to choose I would say that it was similar to f ish's story.
  • My grandpa was admitted to hospice and he kept going downhill and then recovering. I made the voice to hold off on the 60-mile journey back home because I didn't have a car so I had to take work off and take the bus. I made the choice to stay home until my normal data off. By then he had slipped into a coma. He died the following morning. I loved him so much and a part of me doesn't regret it because the time before that I was able to talk to him while he was still completely aware and we laughed which was one of the best moments I was always able to share with him. I felt it was better than a teary-eyed goodbye avid far more fitting for him.
  • I chose the wrong major the first time I went to college... I went for business management AND went back later for nursing.
  • Worst mistake ever... Waiting so long to try to buy a house and find a good job.
  • Not leaving my ex the very minute while dating that I thought he had anger issues. Married him and was physically and mentally abused for 4 years until I left when he got arrested for beating me up. Life now is soooo good!!!
  • Changing my major because I got pregnant in college. I still want to be a nurse and regret it everyday but its so hard to go back with 2 little kids. I don't want you to miss their childhood
  • Getting a property of tattoo from my past bad girl biker life on my angle!!! Hate it!! Reminds me how vulnerable I was
  • Very honestly it would have to be not getting into the swinging lifestyle earlier it has brought Suzy and I so much closer
  • My biggest mistake.... falling for him. … I am more then happy to talk about it if you want
  • The biggest regret I have is having an affair with a man that I thought actually loved me only to see him turn around and backstab me and marry his baby mama
  • Biggest mistake ever was taking my mother for granted. She passed away 15 years ago and I regret not being closer to her when I was in my late teens and early 20s. I work every day to have a strong relationship with my own daughters. So although it was a mistake it has created a stronger bond with my own girls
  • #TQOTD - growing up! Adulting is ROOUUGGHHH
  • Worst mistake... going to art school. I liked creating art but it's not my passion. Credits don't transfer so I HAD TO START OVER! should have listened to my parents and just had art as my minor
  • Being a follower in high school
  • I listen to you guys every morning now for the past couple months and I enjoy it very much! :-) as for my biggest regret my first instinct was to say my first marriage but now I know that that's not true but I don't regret it as much as I think or maybe at all. Because I'm now divorced I know what a good man looks like and I know for next time how to be a better life. So truly my biggest regret is taking out about $100,000 in private and federal student loan debt which my ex-husband co-signed on and no longer has to help me pay for. We decided as a married couple to max out my loans to help pay for his schooling, our wedding, and a couple trips. Now I'm stuck with the bill and he tells me at least I have a degree.
  • My biggest regret is leaving my marriage after 12 years.
  • Worst mistake is going into credit card debt in my early 20's... No one told me how much it would affect my life for soooo long!
  • Worst mistake: gave up a bunch of scholarships and admission into a good school to stay with my now ex-husband. Thirteen years later and I finally earned my bachelors. Ugh.
  • My biggest mistake was not enjoying my youth a little more like college life and dating around and just having fun... I always seemed to need to be in a relationship that held me back from really doing things and there are so many things that I look back and wished I had done differently. Now I'm 40 and divorced but I don't regret what brought me my wonderful children, I am just hoping that I figure this single mom thing out and can just enjoy the later years and travel to all the places I didn't when I was younger!
  • Worst mistake I ever made: Around 1987 I had the opportunity to invest in AOL at the ground level, I did not because I thought it sounded insane BIG mistake!
  • Biggest mistake was marrying my ex-husband, he was very abusive and controlling. After 10 years was finally able to get out and now I am married to a wonderful man
  • Not getting diagnosed with POTS sooner. I was dizzy and miserable for three months. I am doing great now!
  • Being $70k in student loan debt only to get a shitty job at a bank only making $13/hr.
  • I'm an author, but I didn't start pursuing my dream of writing until I was in my 30s. I wish that I could speak to the younger me and tell him not to be afraid, and to follow his dreams.
  • If you're still alive, u haven't made you're worst mistake.
  • Staying married to an abusive man for 20 plus years because I believed the religious lie that divorce was wrong and that it was better for myself and my children to stay and "fight" for my marriage and "honor" God. The positive is I now can encourage and support other women who are currently in the situation I was in.
  • Worst mistake ever was staying in a very controlled and emotionally abusive marriage for as long as I did. Thank God I'm out of it even if I did get stuck with all the debt. My husband now is AMAZING
  • My biggest mistake is not listening to my friends and family when they said I had an alcohol and drug problem. If I would have listened I could have saved my family.