People Confess Which Seemingly 'Forbidden' Things They've Always Wanted To Do

People Confess Which Seemingly 'Forbidden' Things They've Always Wanted To Do
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Humans can't help it, curiosity is in our DNA.

It's especially heightened when we're told no.

Or something we can't have or do is described as "taboo, forbidden, or just because it would break a rule."

Now I'm sweating just thinking about all the things I wanna try, just cuz.

I'm just gonna do it.


Redditor rabengeieradlerstein wanted everyone to fess up about what scandalous things have always seemed too enticing.

So they asked:

"What forbidden thing do you want to do?"

If I know it's "forbidden"... count me in! Let's talk fun.

Touched

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"Pet all the animals at the zoo."

uninvitedfriend

"The capybara and I are gonna kick it and have a good time."

Broken_castor

No Knock

"Go to a school or any communal building at midnight and wander around. Open every door and explore everything."

Ellenono

"I always love wandering around and simply being in the university building after a late event when nobody else (except the security guy) is there."

Amina_1999

"I legit worked at a school just so I could know what was behind those forbidden doors."

LeatherDiamond2766

'employees only'

"Go into all the doors marked 'employees only' and 'authorized personnel only.' I'm sure most of them are boring on the other side, but I want to know."

kingspooky93

"Most of them are boring. But in the back of the goodwill stores is where they have the stuff they won't put out - heaps of silver tea sets, mummies, gold bars, vintage jeans, all the vintage vinyl records, 1960's vintage rock t-shirts, the holy grail, the ark of the covenant, pieces of the true cross, and rare coins."

inkseep1

People are Crazy

"Climb up the Pyramid in Egypt."

Likestopound

"We used to (obviously) be allowed, but we can't now cause someone had sex on it. And I think filmed it. At least that's what the guides told me when I went last year!"

telegetoutmyway

"That's not true. Well it may be true that someone had sex on it. But the real reason is because it is extremely dangerous to climb the pyramids. Going up is fairly easy, however, going down is another story."

"There are no steps and the blocks are anywhere from 3 to 4 feet higher than the next. Descending means jumping that three foot drop 150 times. It's impossible to know if the stone you are jumping to is stable or has loose rocks on it. If you mess up, you will tumble all the way down. Many people have died from this."

klmccall42

Secrets

mission impossible GIFGiphy

"Break in to the Vatican Vault."

Quebaina

"Now we’re talking! Let’s see all the goodies they got hidden up in there!"

Gigachaz

ET?

"Tour area 51."

gato_brd

"You won't see anything mind blowing; it will all be sorta cool because military but kinda boring otherwise. But because you know that missing piece of the puzzle, that little detail of great value to someone who knows what it means with more context, suddenly you're extremely dangerous."

NTGuardian

Enough

"Steal enough so that I never have to worry about money again."

Fiery_Bunghole

"That's not forbidden it's called running for political office."

Reddot

"This is it. No small time criminal behavior. Just one job that if pulled off, I’m set for life."

Keyboardists

Go Down

"There's this bridge near me that has like a walkway thing that runs underneath it for when it needs repairs and there are big signs everywhere saying authorized personnel only, but I know people go down there all the time. I just wanna go down and take some pictures cause I think the views would be really good, but I'm kind of a goody two shoes."

stephers85

Smack

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"I've always wanted to hit someone around the face with a fresh salmon."

KbitKfox

"Done this, and had it happen to me. My older bro and I grew up on our dad's salmon fishing boat in Alaska."

fezwang

I'm onboard for all of this. Some rules are just to enticing to break.

Do you have similar law-bending desires? Let us know in the comments below.

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