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By SMRT - / Wednesday 13 January 2010 06:08 / Canada
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By  teiso_fml  |  0

I've had a similar experience in highschool. It was a presentation that we had to partner up for, and I happened to partner with one of the smartest girls in class. Incidently, we both left it to the last minute (both of us to blame - we were both lazy) but then, the day before, I got an idea of what to do and wrote the whole thing. Afterwards, the teacher said, "That was one of the best and cleverest presentations I've come across in a long time." Everyone thought that my partner came up with it all and I did nothing. No one believed that it was my idea at all.

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  jaden242  |  2

I think what the fml is trying to say is that the OP's mom doesn't believe OP's capable of such a high degree of work. and I think that's what the fml is about, if it's the opposite then it's obviously not an fml.

By  Crysta_fml  |  3

Your mom doesn't know what you sound like, most likely, on a proffessional level/when you;'e at school/uni/college. so to her it most likely doesn't sound like you. No YDI or FML winging git.

By  teiso_fml  |  0

I've had a similar experience in highschool. It was a presentation that we had to partner up for, and I happened to partner with one of the smartest girls in class. Incidently, we both left it to the last minute (both of us to blame - we were both lazy) but then, the day before, I got an idea of what to do and wrote the whole thing. Afterwards, the teacher said, "That was one of the best and cleverest presentations I've come across in a long time." Everyone thought that my partner came up with it all and I did nothing. No one believed that it was my idea at all.

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