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By  hunterluv1  |  20

Okay, so what i believe is going on here is that OP is saying that the kid in the back seat of the car that almost him her/her was paying more attention to the road than the driver of that car. That kid was the one that alerted that driver to stop before they could hit OP's car. but i could be wrong...

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  Bunny_Hoppers  |  1

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  hunterluv1  |  20

Okay, so what i believe is going on here is that OP is saying that the kid in the back seat of the car that almost him her/her was paying more attention to the road than the driver of that car. That kid was the one that alerted that driver to stop before they could hit OP's car. but i could be wrong...

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  SneezyBear  |  24

Why was this FML so hard to understand for some people? I got it the first time I read it. Is it like that riddle with the surgeon and the boy, where people get confused because they didn't realise the surgeon was a woman, and the boy's mother? O.o

By  hoosierholla  |  17

I mean I personally understood it just fine but maybe that's because I never make any sense either! Besides that, how did you even find out that it was the kid who stopped her?

By  gamermonster  |  30

Let me clear this up for those who don't get it. The OP was almost hit by a car because the driver of said car wasn't paying attention. The kid in the back of the car was, and he alerted the driver.

By  chirstinap325  |  19

Okayy, but I'm just wondering why it's the kid in the back seats fault when it's not their job to pay attention to either the road or driver. Why isn't the driver held accountable?

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  GhostFox  |  33

No one's holding the kid accountable for the driver's actions- OP is just upset that, if the kid HADN'T been in the car, they would have been hit.

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