"Trust is like a paper; when it's crushed, it'll never be perfect again", in my case the paper is burned. My aunt is a strict and law abiding person, so piracy is a big no-no for her. A few days after the incident, she had my computer formatted (and while it was at the shop, Best Buy -_-, she had the tech guy look into my computer, disregarding my privacy, and discovered my porn, movies, and music stash. I naively thought that they would just format my hard drive, so I didn't bother to delete everything but I digress.. ), moved my computer down stair, took away my administrator title, and installed various monitoring programs. She basically took a letter P out of PC. I'm not criticizing or complaining. I bite my teeth and accept the ridiculous consequences of my action. However, out of frustration and curiosity, I foolishly googled "administrator bypass" ( I need someone to type the password whenever I want to install ANYTHING) and got caught by the perfect monitoring program which made the mater even worse. Some good things came out of this, though. Now, I can study for the ACT and do college search without any distraction, and finally fix my sleep schedule .
I also learn so many valuable lessons.
1. A working relationship needs trust, and people with different standard can't comfortably live in the same house unless a person steps down. (My aunt even threaten me that if I fuck up again, she's gonna kick me out f her house . Man, I will probably live alone in the future. It's way simpler that way...)
2. Think before you act. (so generic >.<)
3. Pirate responsibly. Learn how to use peerblock and don't torrent porn.
Still, I can't promise I will stop pirating after I leave my aunt's house
I hope this wall of text is not too boring for you guys and hope that you guys would not get into an absurd situation like me
Tl;DR: The lighting struck
I got fucked
But I will try to live with it