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By youfuckingslut - / Sunday 11 November 2012 19:11 / United States
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She could have Münchausen syndrome. Münchausen syndrome is when you fake or over exaggerate an illness or injury to gain attention or sympathy. Can't blame her, I have a sister who I believe suffers from it and it is very annoying. Or, of course, she's faking it just to sue OP. But you gotta rule out all of the possible outcomes, no? :P

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When you make someone else sick that is munchauen's by proxy. If you are going to refer to a psychological disorder make sure you have the correct info.

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#41: Actually, #28 is right. You're thinking of the similar "Münchausen syndrome by proxy." (as, once I refreshed the page, I saw someone already said -- sorry!)

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I don't agree with you, I think she needs a strong dose of man up. Many of these syndromes, in my opinion, are simply explanations for people who cannot deal with their problems. I categorize it under the etcetera syndrome.

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@78 - I thought Munchausen's (by proxy) was when someone was secretly doing something to make themselves (or someone else) sick, not just someone faking/exaggerating it. Anyway, this isn't that. This is just a lady being a drama queen and trying to get easy money out of it because of something she saw on Law and Order or something.

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At least she can't actually sue you. That's what insurance is for. She'll be suing your insurers who will probably just give her a couple thousand to get rid of her. If you can any way prove she's faking it, awesome because then she'll just go to jail for fraud. Worst that'll happen though is your insurance will go up a little.

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Just an insult. Not really a good insult, as we don't know about the other woman's sexual tendencies. A better one would be something like bitch, cunt (the Internet classic), or, my personal favorite, bitch-ass motherfucker. 15 beat me. Darn!

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81- Oh, for fuck's sake. Maybe you shouldn't call her "cheap" if you're going to insist on being the PC police, since it's a derogatory term for people who are reluctant to spend money. Who cares if the OP calls her a slut? I'm pretty sure the term "bastard" is usually not meant literally, either.

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120 - Although I'm fairly new to this FML game, objecting to being thumbed down is almost inevitably a precursor to your comment being buried.

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94 - There's a difference between being reluctant to spend money because you're trying to be thrifty and going out of your way to screw someone else out of their own hard-earned money. Pretty sure this is the latter.

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Maybe it's okay with you guys but I feel horrible when someone calls me a slut. It's not a nice word. I'm often referred to as a 'slut' just for being a women. Some guys just casually refer to all women as sluts. I don't want it to become more acceptable. I want it to only be used when referring to an actual slut. I don't see why that's so terrible. I don't particularly like calling people a pussy either but I hate slut a lot more.

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I don't care about bastard because that is only a casual insult nowadays, it doesn't have a worse meaning. No-one cares if anyone is born outside of a marriage anymore. People still care about being slutty though.

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Then we'd be seeing an FML from her. "Today, I got rear-ended. I purposely played it up to make him feel bad, but then he started sobbing and broke his own arm on the back of my car. FML"

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Fun fact, if she didn't need the ambulance, it may be considered illegal. In every state, it's illegal to call 911 without an emergency. Unless she dialled 411 instead.

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It would make sense to be illegal. If there was an actual emergency close by, those victims might have to wait longer. It's like tying up the 911 calls.

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Not to mention I heard it was expensive if you needed an ambulance and didnt have insurance. So if it is proven that she was faking it, she's going to have one hell of a medical bill. Ambulance (if I'm right) xrays, seeing a doctor, etc. Bitch will get what's coming to her.

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70- I am 99% sure ambulance trips are not covered under our health care system. I know a few people that have been slapped in the face with a hefty bill for ambulance trips.

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58 - not true. At least not in all states. In Illinois people call 911 as non-emergency for many reasons (not knowing local non-emergency number to start) but if you explain the situation as a non-emergency right away they will link you to the non-emergency call center. I myself have never gotten "in trouble" for this in any way.

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55- if she got taken away by the ambulance and someone convinces everyone it's OPs fault. It will come out of OPs insurance not hers. She's a sly little bitch.

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134 - By the sound of the FML, the lady is far from whiplash. I got rear ended once that pushed my car into oncoming traffic. My neck was sore but no whiplash. So OP most likely won't get her medical bills.

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WOW. The misogyny and sexism in here is disgusting. "Hoe", "slut", "bitch"... And of course, anyone who comments negatively on this fact is thumbed down six ways to Sunday. Congrats, FML commenters - you've made me lose what little hope in humanity I had left.

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