The teenage years are a chaotic time when kids and their hormones test the limits of what they can do and what they can get away with.
A Reddit thread asked now-adults to share the most rebellious thing they did as a teenager, and it might make you feel like a total square. Some teenagers use their iconoclastic instincts for good, like the rebel who stole the car battery of a guy who was about to drive drunk. Other capers were....less well-intentioned.
Cut school, Got day drunk, and tried to actually attend my English class after lunch. Threw up all over the school hallway on my way to the bathroom because I got sick halfway through class.
I was removed from class by a police officer and suspended for a week (first major offense).
I took a train to a different city that i barely knew to watch a concert of my favourite band at the time. I was under age, got in with a fake ID and went all by myself. Had the best night ever, danced right at the front of the stage, managed to get the drumstick, autographs and had a photo taken with the lead singer. Stayed over at a hostel that only cost me $25 and took the train back the next morning. It was amazing and no one ever found out :)