>>717698116 The max I ever hit the same location was twice. I used to go mainly in winter time, so my baggy clothes wouldn't be suspicious.
I always knew exactly what I wanted to get, where I was going to go to conceal it, and the route I would take as an exit - all pre planned. I never spent more than 10-15 minutes in the store.
I mainly quit then because I realized I had stolen probably a few thousand dollars in goods and was getting near the point where a detective or something would be assigned to catch me, specifically, or however that works.
from Walmart >stole some compression pants by putting them on in the changeroom and walked out of the store with them under my jeans >another time, stole some batteries by putting them in a bag i had from another store
from university gym changeroom >bunch of unlocked lockers >stole ~5 jackets (some nice ones too), a pair of shoes, a pair of flip flops (I washed them don't worry), and some trackpants >almost took a few laptops, but I was too scared of getting caught
from university lab >someone left their Samsung s7 edge on table >I "accidentally" put my backpack on it, then swiped it when I picked my bag up >I felt bad tho, so I messaged the owner and told him I found his phone
from lecture halls (I don't steal that often, mostly just scavenge) >pair of bluetooth headphones >a 1tb external harddrive >multiple USB drives
Used to work for a crime scene cleaning company. Sometimes we'd get called to auto auctions to clean out wrecked or repo'd cars with blood or syringes in it.
Sometimes I'd find rings, jewelry, or dvd's inside the car in good shape. Hide them under the bag in the Bio-Hazard Tub and after clocking out come back and take the items to a pawn shop for a lil extra cash. With cars, the contents would of been thrown away anyways by the auctions. Households were more difficult to attempt cause more than likely everything was photo documented by the police before they released the scene to the property owners and then calling us out to clean it
>>717699757 I just did. Grew up in a rural area and sometimes a friend of mine would call cause he needed help to pull a dead animal out of a pond or whatever so just being around something dead wouldnt bother me.
There were times were the smell was overpowering but alot has to do with what is causing it and whats affecting it. Like, ok a typical decomp smell would be bad enough. But if the decedent was someone on certain medications, or an alcoholic the odor would be more intense.
Visual aspect, wasn't bothered a bit. Learned blood dries in typically 1 of 2 ways...dry and flakey like crushed leaves or sticky like honey or tar. Body tissue stuck on surfaces usually comes off with a typical degreaser like what you would use for cleaning your stovetop
as i got older me and my bro had a great way to get things from lost and found. say you lost a watch, give a specific description, they often bring the box of items and look through it. if you get lucky there is the item but either way just pick one thing in that box and memorise it, then go tell bro so he can go "claim" it later
as an adult not much, basic things from the workplace, nothing bad.
>>717699285 I've stolen from purses at parties too. I once wandered into a little side room of a frat house where all the chicks were just sticking their purses on a dresser. Took every last wallet from about 9 bags and took off to my apartment.
In second grade I took a half dollar coin out of a classmate's desk as the class was leaving the classroom (for lunch maybe, I don't remember). At the end of the day she was upset that she couldn't find it, but I never fessed up. Instead I used it after school to buy something stupid like a pencil or something.
Not sure if this one counts or not, but in seventh or eighth grade I'd borrowed a friend's original Gameboy, along with his copy of Super Mario Land 2. After hanging onto it for several months without being asked for it back, I ended up selling it to a friend at school for a pitiful amount - like 10 bucks or something. I still regret that one, only because it surely would've been more worth it to hold onto.
>Be me, little shit that like experimenting >Go to toystore with my Zorro action figure >As I looked away, another little shit stole him >End up leaving toy store with less toys than I had >"What happens if you steal stuff"? >Not black but I'm going to try it >Day came where I saw something I want but couldn't have >Mom hid it in top shelf >stacked chairs while she was away to get it. >quickly put away chairs and hid under my room >It was a Willy Wonka turkish delight chocolate Bar >Saviour the best chocolate ever, because anything you can't have just tastes so much better >Suddenly Satan calls my name from the kitchen >See death wave at me as I walk to her with my face covered in chocolate >End up getting a beating for stealing
MFW when she told me it was my chocolate for after dinner.
>>717705774 Every time I make one of these threads a couple of wannabe moral faggots pretends like a conversation about stealing other people's shit is the worst thing they've ever seen on /b/. ON FUCKING /B/! Its unreal.
I've been stealing panties from the majority of my female friends since I was 15. At first it was just curiosity of what their intimates looked like. I've never been caught, and I really don't have a need for them (god so many). But I keep the habit, because I really don't have any other better fucking hobbies.
>>717697369 I've stolen at least $700 from the Safeway near my house. Just picking up a 30 rack and walking out the door every time me and my friends wanted to get together and drink. >inb4underageb8 Was a long minute ago.
Nowadays I only steal electronics and easy shit that I can't be fucked to pay for when I feel like it.
Being a young adult white male walking into a store during rush hour is basically stealing on easy mode.
I stole a usb key from walmart once.. All you really have to do is put it in your pocket and unwrap it in the bathroom. The thing is, sometimes they notice and it looks sketchy walking into the bathroom without buying anything. I don't recommend doing it because its stupid as fuck, but if you do, buy a soda or something in line so you don't look weird walking around in walmart without buying anything.
>WAS A DEALER >FOUND OUT LADY WAS BUYING SHIT DOPE FOR LIKE 800$ A QP AND FLIPPING IT TO TEACHERS AND PEOPLE THAT NEEDED DISCRESSION FOR LIKE 4x THE WORTH (SERIOUSLY HAD A TEACHER CRYING WHEN i TOLD HER THE REAL COST) >TOLD LADY i CAN GET HER FIRE FOR 1K > POCKETED THE CASH > CALLED THE NEXT DAY WITH SOME bs ROBBERY STORY AND A FAKE CASE NUMBER >TOOK HER CLIENTS >WATCHED HER BIS DRY UP
NOT PROUD OF IT BUT i DID A SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE SHE HAD BEEN RIPPING OFF FOR YEARS.
>>717710598 I was wondering this as well. I suppose it could still be a turn on... the fabric and lace and girliness of it all. Some dudes are just aroused by feminine shit even if it's not on or being used by a girl.
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