Had any of you stolen any thing or money in childhood ?
There is a childish lust among children to have anything or money without any reason. If it is prohibited by the parents, the lust becomes greater and the eagerness, as to why the child is prohibited, becomes curiosity. But when the child grows up and in his young or matured age, he thinks it childish act only and laughing on his foolish act. I want here to share only the experience in childhood.
Well I don't think this really counts, but in the supermarket, where they have the candy in the buckets, I did steal a few when we were shopping!
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