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Let me start by telling you a little bit about myself. I’m 16, I’m a pretty girl, I’m good at school, I have good, kind parents, and our family is fairly well-off. I have a lot of friends and boy friends, I’m not an outcast and I’m no different from my classmates.

A week ago, a friend left her iPhone at my house. Not my best friend, just some classmates who came to visit. I had wanted one for a long time, but my parents told me that I didn’t need such an expensive phone, that I could have it stolen or taken away by force in a dark alleyway. I agreed with them, it’s logical, but I still wanted such a phone.

A week ago, a friend left her iPhone at my house. Not my best friend, just some classmates who came to visit. I had wanted one for a long time, but my parents told me that I didn’t need such an expensive phone, that I could have it stolen or taken away by force in a dark alleyway. I agreed with them, it’s logical, but I still wanted such a phone.

When my friend left and I found her iPhone in my house, I was glad. I decided that I would play with it, read her texts, and give it back to her at school tomorrow. But the next day she wasn’t at school, and the next day I couldn’t find the right moment to say I had her phone (I didn’t bring it with me to school).

My classmate didn’t seem upset about losing her phone, she didn’t say anything about it at all, although we don’t talk to her much and I just might not have heard about it. There is plenty of money in their family, maybe this model is already boring for her and she hopes that her parents will buy her a new iPhone 5 to replace the lost 4S.

Now I don’t know what to do. Yes, I was foolish not to give it away right away, but there’s no point in giving it away now-I’ll have too many questions and I don’t want people whispering behind my back and calling me a thief. It’s a shame to throw it away, too. Now “my” iPhone is sitting in my desk at home, covered in notebooks, and it gives me no joy at all. I’m worried that sooner or later someone will find out that I practically stole it, I will be very ashamed, my parents will punish me, and everyone will consider me a lost person.

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