Everyone steals occasionally. Technically, for the other organisms who evolved from microbes earlier than humans, we're stealing the very air that we breathe.
But perhaps the most defining characteristic of the human condition -- other than suffering, if you're talking to a Buddhist -- is that we've got secrets. So it's pretty comforting to know that from a sample of 100 people, basically everyone has stolen something. We learn this in a new video from Cut, and the confessions reveal all the embarrassing details surrounding petty convenience store theft that people keep buried in their mental closets.
You might be surprised to know that an alarming number of women have stolen makeup, or that roughly 3% of the sample group has stolen a car. Basically, it's a good thing to know that people generally steal things, given that the range here is so extensive. A lot of people steal things from work, for example.