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People share what happened after they decided to follow through with a 'bad' idea.

People share what happened after they decided to follow through with a 'bad' idea.

It's important to trust your instincts and gut reaction sometimes and choose not to do something even if it seems appealing, but most of us have at least one story where we succumbed to a particularly risky temptation...

Weighing the consequences of every decision and balancing all possible outcomes is an important part of growing up, but every once in awhile a seemingly "bad" idea could end up being a funny story, or overall positive experience. It can be tricky to find the difference between courageously facing a fear and potentially putting yourself in danger, but most of us have been in a situation that we knew wasn't the smartest choice. Everyone makes mistakes, but there is something extra painful about regretting a choice you knew was a bad one to begin with.

So, when a recent Reddit user asked, "What's your best 'this is a bad idea...let's do it anyway' moment?​​​​​​" people were ready to share stories of when they decided to dive fully into a questionable decision.

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When I was in high school and had my own job to buy things with, I decided I would buy a 4L pail of ice cream, a 2L bottle of A&W root beer and make a giant root beer float. I then proceeded to eat/drink the entire thing over the course of a hockey game.

I did not throw up but I definitely did not feel like eating supper that night. - ZurEnArrhBatman

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