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By  sallen0046  |  4

And you were completely incapable of locating a phone to call her or a dry place to wait? If you chose not to take action, you generally lose the right to complain about an unpleasant situation.

By  Bobissmall  |  13

There may have been no close place to take shelter, and OP may be in an unfamiliar place and not want to get lost. Not to mention the fact that OP's mother could have appeared at any time. It's not as if OP knew they would have a whole hour to find a phone, she probably didn't know the reason she was late until afterwards. It makes much more sense to stay where you are, as that is where people will first look for you.

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  mmmPoptarts  |  6

Well, I'm confused as to how her mom was an hour late. Spring forward means everything is an hour earlier (clock says 10 but it's really 9). So, perhaps OP trusted her clock that had not been set whereas his/her mom had a self-adjusting clock (such as the clocks on phones which adjust themselves using the internet) and therefore had the correct time. The only reason that I realized this is because when my alarm clock woke me up at what was supposed to be 9am, I checked my phone and it was 8am.

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Actually, 58, Spring forward means everything is an hour later. If your alarm clock went off at 9 o'clock and you hadn't changed the time, it would have actually been 10 o'clock.

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  RinaRina  |  9

poor girl.. not.. seriously get a grip, rain have never ever killed anyone, did your makeup get ruined? or your perfect hair or something? and ever heard about bus or bike? jeez i never needed my mommy to pick me up.

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90, you are a douche. I once got stuck at school for an hour because it started hailing (this is Los Angeles, where hail is a big deal), and traffic got stopped up everywhere. You're not allowed to take the bus if you haven't been signed up and I obviously didn't ride my bike to school. I was maybe eight. What would you think about that? That I was a stupid little kid for expecting my mom to come pick me up?

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

64 -- i've been "signing" my name for the last several years. i'm not going to stop because literally 2 people (yes, i can count!) are up in arms about it. if it bothers you that much, you can refrain from reading my comments. this isn't a popularity contest. go play a game of scrabble with yourself, because that's the only way i can see you succeeding. dick. |the kid|

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

kratos, as much as it would thoroughly satisfy me to see this guy shit from two places (actually, three, counting his pie-hole), i'm a nice guy. besides, what would it do for me to do that to someone who has yet to graduate from high school? i'm just glad i have a loyal, dedicated fan. hehehe. |the kid|

By  sallen0046  |  4

And you were completely incapable of locating a phone to call her or a dry place to wait? If you chose not to take action, you generally lose the right to complain about an unpleasant situation.

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  Bobissmall  |  13

There may have been no close place to take shelter, and OP may be in an unfamiliar place and not want to get lost. Not to mention the fact that OP's mother could have appeared at any time. It's not as if OP knew they would have a whole hour to find a phone, she probably didn't know the reason she was late until afterwards. It makes much more sense to stay where you are, as that is where people will first look for you.

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  Bobissmall  |  13

While true, i also know most people my age have 0 credit on theirs, or if they are like me, totally forget to either bring it, or charge it. I think if OP had a mobile they would have included it in the FML.

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  MissBunny25  |  0

haha aw thank you! you are as well! I was just noticing how on every fml everyone is like Jess you're so pretty. lol which you are! us blondes need to stick together :D

By  jewels1877  |  0

Should've done your own version of "Singing in the Rain." Or at least sing, "Raindrops keep falling on my head." Nonetheless, I'm pretty sure there was some sort of shelter you could've taken to avoid becoming completely soaked.

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  kmarrs  |  2

The clock read 8:30, it was really 9:30. That would make her an hour late. (Not the exact times I'm sure, just pulled number out of my a$$)

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  MrBobby_fml  |  7

@#17 If the clocks went forward, so old time of 8.30 would be new time 9.30- so an unadjusted clock would read 8.30 when it was really 9.30. Yeah, that's an hour early.

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  sumguyonFML  |  0

spring forward, fall back. time goes forward, so you think it's 4 but it's actually 5. you guys KNOW this and still get the math wrong? no offense, but kiiiiinda pathetic...

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