My name is Rachel. I like Harry Potter, latin, glitter, history, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fleet Foxes, The Pixies, First Aid Kit, City and Color, Bronze Radio Returns, Game of Thrones, True Blood, Dexter, Artemis Fowl, Jeopardy, Slytherin, Disney, Pokemon, Merlin, Sherlock, Sailboats, Wolves, and the Ocean. Oh, and I probably don't like you.
yup I know… People make mistakes and im not denying that I did.
My friend and I were going to a basketball game with the school and were allowed to be set loose in a mall for a little under an hour.
Me and my friend Emily, had about $26 between the two of us. MAD CA$H!
So, being the smart young adults we are, we decided we would shoplift everything we want. It wouldn’t have been the first time we got away with it.
But first, since none of us had a bag, Emily said we should steal one to put all our stolen items into. So we went to Zellers.
And very nonchalantly Emily ripped off the tags from a black bag and again, very nonchalantly walk right out of the store with me beside her.
We passed the metal detectors and got about 5 meters away from the store when some stupid ass security guy from Zellers stopped us. He asked us to go into his office.
Emily, who had the purse in her hands, started to pretend that she didn’t know that this purse was in her hands.
But, of course the guy didn’t believe her and we got put in his small dirty ass office.At this point, nothing was going through my brain. He asked for identification, bitch I have none. He said he would call the cops if I didn’t show any.
Finally, he decided I could just fill out a form, and then he would call my parents. The authorities wouldn’t have to be notified. Okay, ummm… shit. MY PARENTS. I just stayed cool and collective and waited for him to call my parents.
They didn’t reach my mom, but they did reach my dad. The guy had a conversation and well, yah. Emily’s dad got called, and they had a conversation. Long story short, we ended up in a taxi going to the game late with a teacher.
Now, it’s the next morning and I am awaiting punishment.
What to learn from this.