The illustrated FMLs

Today, during a major fight with my boyfriend, I threw a necklace he had given me out the window, thinking it was just a cheap trinket. He then told me, for the first time, that that necklace had belonged to his now deceased grandma. FML

By Anonymous - / Monday 14 September 2009 22:22 / United States
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wow some respect 4 the things he gives u
at least he does give u stuff cause some guys wont even do that!!
bitch move honey...n the tantrums?? wat r u 5?! u throw things like that...i could understand if he cheated on u but then ur spose to throw things at him! not out the window!!!

  gizmo_987  |  0

WTH!? YDI in every way possible. 1) for throwing a tantrum, like was mentioned before. 2) For dating a boyfriend who you would assume gets you "cheap trinkets" as gifts.

Anyway, on another note, I didn't even realize you could open windows on a major flight...not even in the airports. I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and not call this one a fake.

  tigerrr  |  0

gizmo, it says major FIGHT, not flight.

and woooow YDI. so what if its a big fight? even if it WAS something "cheap" you would think there would be some sentimentality behind it, whether its the story of how he got it, or something along those lines. not to jump to conclusions, but you're kind of a bitch.

  Lawlicate  |  0

#1 YDI because your a cunt for throwing shit in the first place.
#2 FYL for having a boyfriend that guilt trips you, with lies, it probaly was a cheap trinket. He would of told you i was from his grandmother.

Your both disfunctional as a couple.

  Tchernov9  |  0

@260 You are a major grammar/spelling nazi, nobody really cares, it was very understandable and everything and you didn't had to spell everything out, I mean it was understandable.
@OP: You f*cked up so badly, some person could be 40 years old and never have gone out with anyone and still know that you're an irate, pissy, and agressive beast for doing that. What was the "MAJOR" fight about anyways? I'd like to know.

  Penetration  |  0

#44, I'd hate to be the one to tell you this, but we've diagnosed you as a /b/tard. GTFO.
As for the OP, I'm afraid that I feel no empathy/sympathy for you. Please discard your most precious possession within the next 24 hours, or we will take your kidneys.

  ThatFailed  |  0

It's not even an FML this bitch just lost something she "thought" had no value and was a cheap trinket.
Her boyfriend lost something very close to him. You're not the one who lost a family airloom because of your shallow materialistic (and jealous...) girlfriend YDI


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  tigerrr  |  0

tooootally agree. my boyfriend gave me a necklace of his grandfather's and he told me right away so i would understand how special it is to him, and how special the gesture of him giving it to me is. there's no way your guy wouldn't have said something.

  Grotesque  |  0

My friend has given me what are essentially heirlooms as gifts. And I've been given expensive things from boyfriends. It's not entirely unheard of, if a bit foolish.

By  paivarotti  |  0

ydi for not knowing it's the thought that counts; but assuming you guys have split up now, you should definitely go find it and pawn it.

  Tubasaurus  |  0

paivarotti, are you the type of psycho that keys the cars of people that dump you, simply because they dumped you? I'm getting that vibe from your comment.

  Dthnte  |  15

One fight and they break up? Doubt it, especially if the relationship was serious enough for him to give her the heirloom in the first place.. they can go find the necklace and she will respect it now, no doubt.

By  RJB  |  0

Wow, what a dumb bitch. We r fighting so lets fighting things out the window. How about you grow up? Maybe instead of yelling and throwing things(like a little girl btw) you calmy talk it out.

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