Before I start: this isn’t a scrupulosity thread. I’m honestly curious.
The story goes this way: a few years ago, annoyed by a particular person’s conduct, I (and a few friends, but they shall remain anonymous) decided to play an Internet prank on him. This involved creating a Facebook page which poked fun at his foibles in a rather exaggerated way, including uploading a picture of a gorilla as his purported profile picture. No profanity, pornography or legal slander was involved. (Boys will be boys. )
Well, after a few days of pulling his leg and getting him into a lather, I had an attack of guilty conscience-itis :(, and deleted the profile, went to Confession, and made up my quarrel with the person concerned :o. However, I still catch myself laughing from time to time at the memories of the fictitious profile we made up, especially the gorilla photo. (It was pretty cute.)
How terrible a person am I? Should I make a conscious effort to stop myself from laughing whenever I think of this (which, admittedly, isn’t too often?)