Think back to a time when you had something that you absolutely loved. OK, now think about when you got rid of it. Sad, wasn't it? Now, what was it?

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What is something you got rid of that you wish you could get back?

  • A bunch of memories and stuff from HS and stuff that was in my parent's basement when they had a house fire. I could have gone through and got it but in the end it was all smoky and would have been a lot of work so I didn’t. But now I look back and kind of wish I had taken the time, I had some of it in my hands and let it go 😩
  • My sanity. Didn't really get rid of it though. More like I had kids and they ran it off and now I'd really like it back
  • My Mortimer Ichabod marker 😂
  • My Atari. Well, my parents got rid of it. I would like it back.
  • Body, gave it up for kids. Need it back.
  • I use to have a free membership to the gym from work, after I quit my job, I lost the membership to the gym. 👎
  • My 65 Ford Galaxy 500, bucket seats, automatic on the floor
  • My bigger clothes when I lost weight. Since gained quite a bit back 😂
  • All my college artwork.
  • My small waistline and the ability to eat spicy food and not get heartburn later
  • Not me, but my sister sold all her The Beatles Albums (and she had quite a few) at a garage sale for like a couple of bucks each...
  • A "stone" that I threw. 😥😥
  • A guy from my past!
  • In college, I could fall asleep with no problem and I’d love that back
  • Some childhood books that were given away
  • Being thin. I gave it away to have babies and haven’t found it since. Haha!!
  • My hair...but Idk if I really gave that away.
  • My free time. 😂
  • My mind
  • Texts and voicemails from my Dad😥!
  • My mustang
  • Voicemails from my mom! Miss her every day! She passed in 2010
  • all the money I spent on cigarettes
  • A folder that my mom had from her teen years.
  • my boats!
  • Faith in mankind
  • My JINCO jeans
  • My figure..... 😂😂😂😂
  • My Polly Pockets
  • My Treadmill Sure could use it now
  • My figure
  • my lexus
  • My ultimate warrior wrestling Buddy
  • My film camera
  • My belly ring & horses!
  • 1980's big hair.
  • Beer Money
  • I lost my Dad in November of 2018 to a rare and terminal disease at 63 years young. I would do anything to have kept all of his texts ( I do still have some) but mostly his voicemails. He was so vibrant and full of life and I never want to forget his voice or his boisterous laugh. Keep up the good work Connie and Fish!
  • Question of the day I would like my boobs back that my daughter took from me
  • My youth. Meaning the ability to go out and not require 3 days recovery
  • I wish I could get the ability to ride spinny ride without getting nauseous again. After pregnancy, I lost it:(
  • Text question of the day... I threw out the ambition to maintain my body. Now I'm 45 flabby and fat... ( I figured that would tie right into the Jillian Michaels topic 😂😂)
  • My 20-year-old body!!!!
  • My dad's 1979 Harley that he built. He's been gone 13 years.
  • I'm sure you have gotten a thousand people saying the exact same things but I wish I could get my first car back 1978 Monte Carlo electric blue it was fantastic. I sold it to a buddy he wrapped it around a tree
  • Well I didn't get rid of them but my dad did, and that's my Barbies and My Little Ponys. They would be worth a whole lot of money today
  • My daughter. The dowry of goats all had fleas and it took MONTHS to get rid of them. Worst trade deal, ever.
  • I regret trading in my old phones whenever I upgraded. I wish I still had them so I could go through whatever photos and music I had in there
  • All of my Nintendo consoles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Starwars toys. My mom worked in a toy shop and snagged us all of the original figures, millennium falcon, the works. Wouldn't have been mint condition but would be really cool to have.
  • Gained weight, threw out a bunch of too-small clothes, lost the weight again, had to buy all the small clothes again!
  • My old diaries. Was too scared my parents would go through my room and discover it when I was away at camp. So much regret, because it would have been so interesting to look back and read about how younger me thought and viewed life and the things that I deemed important to me back then.
  • I once dug a fossilized turtle shell out of a creekbed near my house when I was a teenager. I wish I still had it.
  • Love letters from my ex-husband. Not because I’m still in love with him but because I think my daughter would enjoy reading them. He was military so we were separated a lot. So I had tons of letters and cards between us over the years.
  • My virginity
  • Perky tatas hourglass ⏳ waistline firm bum vs now hanging low plump middle staging rear 😩