We've all made bad decisions in our lives. Some of us (not saying who, but it was me) even decided to have a third cup of coffee before eating breakfast this morning. But some bad decisions have minor, resolvable consequences. Others don't. And sometimes just a single bad decision can affect us for the rest of our lives. No pressure, or anything.
1.) From jensut:
Not mine, but my moms. Trusting a sketchy dentist because he was in the neighborhood and took Medicaid. For every filling he gave us, he drilled out entirely too much healthy tooth, and gave us each one root canal. In each of our mouths, the tooth that had root canal treatment completely broke off to the gum and all the teeth that he filled ended up breaking. He has since been put out of business and been charged with malpractice.