By Z - / Monday 26 November 2012 10:26 / Australia
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  gracehi  |  31

People clicking "YDI" clearly have never been mercilessly assaulted by a barrage of paintballs. For some reason, when it happens, your brain neglects to tell your legs to run, and all you can do is helplessly crouch and throw your hands defensively in front of your face while you scream, "STAAAAAAAAAHP!!!!!"

  Codezlol  |  21

Facemask (obviously) neckguard, 2 layers of long sleeve t's or a hoody, gloves and ear protectors. Wear those and you will never cry like a bitch again.

  kyleekay  |  25

47- This is true. The very first time I played, I wasn't wearing enough protection, and REALLY regretted it. When I played a few years later with my guy friends, I had on all the protective gear, and felt fearless. Needless to say, the 2nd time around I was much more successful.

  TurquoiseJesus  |  15

They really only hurt if it's your first time playing (which I suspect may be the case for OP). I typically have a lowish pain tolerance, but whenever I play, I usually am just wearing the mask, a t-shirt, and my paintball pants (which are a bit thicker for sliding purposes). I've been bunkered/shot point blank on the top of the head/my sides/chest/etc. and it doesn't really hurt that bad. But I've been at it for a few years, so my whole story might very well be invalid in this case.

  Krajjan  |  9

47 - I once made the mistake of "killing" two instructors playing OpFor (bad guys) during a paintball training exercise. The remaining three unleashed fully automatic paint hell upon me. I can safely say, even in military grade body armor and a Kevlar helmet, it still fucking hurts. FYL.

  tygerarmy  |  35

Running away helps, it also helps to shoot back.
And if it she shot at a defenseless you, you can still shoot back after she runs out of ammo.
All's fair in love and paintball war.

  gmaniac93  |  7

Is it weird that reading this FML sort of turned me on?

  jelly713  |  19

Definitely, people are forgetting it leaves welts on your skin thru direct contact. >_<
Got shot by one on the arm one night because some douches didn't want me to interlock arms with my boyfriend.

  TurquoiseJesus  |  15

63- with regards to the welts, I met this one guy who was big into tourny paintball, and his left side of his chest was all scarred from being shot. Often times it can break the skin at close range.

By  kyleekay  |  25

Never underestimate a girl's skills!

I played paintball once with a group of guy friends, and their outcome was similar to yours. That whole "oh my gosh, I don't know what I'm doing, tee-hee" is simply an act we put on... makes you boys easier prey. :)

  thecrapblog  |  8

Yep... Makes boys even easier as a prey when you act like you don't know what your doing when in reality the next moment you got all of the guys down!

  alycion  |  29

I use to play in tournaments. I was the only girl on the team. Often they'd pick off my team mates thinking I would be an easy out. We won quite a few rounds that way.

  spekledworf  |  17

It blows my mind that people can't parallel park! I made my boyfriend try it and he ended up with his front wheel over the curb. Needless to say, I'm the desginated parallel parker in our relationship.

  alycion  |  29

Bs. My husband shot me plenty. Ever get hit in the nipple with a flat line barrel? Talk about pain.

As far as paintball, never run and never surrender. Be ready to unload on whoever comes near you.


Today, I was told that the cutoff date for dropping out of one of my classes was last Friday. Which would have been fine if the school website had the right information when I checked it last Friday. They're ignoring my screenshots proving as such. FML

By juniorleo - / Thursday 3 December 2015 20:23 / United States - Riverside

Today, I was lectured by my mother for staying out until 2 am because I went to a gig last night. I was told I was irresponsible and made to feel ashamed. Not only do I live on my own and pay my bills, but I'm almost 30. This is a regular occurrence. FML

By vegas518 / Wednesday 1 May 2013 23:13 / United States - Fayetteville
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