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It's National "Leave The Office Early" Day, So Here Are 15 FMLs About The Place You Want To Be Least: Your Job.

By Nadine / vendredi 1 juin 2018 05:30
No one wants to be at work. If you did want to, you probably wouldn't be the avid FML reader that you are. People who love their lives don't want to hear about other people's misery! Only other miserable people do! So, on this special day that celebrates dipping out of work early, we bring you the funniest 15 FMLs from the past about the workplace. Hopefully, you're reading these at home on your couch.

 

1. Seems like a solid case.

2. It's all about that worker's comp.

3. Seems fair.

4. Bye bitch.

5. WHY DO MEN NOT UNDERSTAND THIS?

6. Dude was nutso.

 

7. How bad could it have been if you couldn't pull your pants up?

8. Your life is a sitcom. 

 

9. Dump him. And Quit.

10. Welllllll. She aint wrong then.

11. Opinions are like assholes, everyone's got one.

12. The nightmare of capitalism. 

World

Today, based on the significant time I spend at work, my phone is automatically labeling my work destination as my home destination and my home destination as my workplace. FML

By MKfml - / Friday 13 April 2018 12:00 / Canada - Toronto

13. That probably made your day better, to be honest. 

 

14. Not fair.

15. This one takes the cake.

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By  Symphoniaes  |  32

You know you can focus on both right? That one doesn’t take away from the other?

I’m going to PrideFest later today, but right now I’m browsing FML. Does that mean that I care less about Pride?

By  KittyMack  |  10

This site likes to highlight the weirdest "National Day of ___" they can, to be silly, since it's a site for quirky comedy.
But they're plenty gay, in fact a few captions over the years have hinted that one or more of the people running the site are LGBT+. I'm sure they will do something to celebrate Pride, if they can find some entertaining material to use. No need to worry that they're opposed to Pride.

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By  Adroxys  |  3

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  Symphoniaes  |  32

You know you can focus on both right? That one doesn’t take away from the other?

I’m going to PrideFest later today, but right now I’m browsing FML. Does that mean that I care less about Pride?

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  KittyMack  |  10

This site likes to highlight the weirdest "National Day of ___" they can, to be silly, since it's a site for quirky comedy.
But they're plenty gay, in fact a few captions over the years have hinted that one or more of the people running the site are LGBT+. I'm sure they will do something to celebrate Pride, if they can find some entertaining material to use. No need to worry that they're opposed to Pride.

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  Nadine  |  20

Thanks for all the support y'all! We're all allies in this office, and we will definitely cover Pride month so long as we can find a funny angle. :)

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