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By RektForLyfe - / Monday 25 July 2016 03:32 / United States - Wickliffe
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By  SherbetGlitter  |  26

Was the letter not addressed by name on the inside? Sucks OP, it's bad enough that you didn't get accepted let alone having to know your neighbour did, especially if they don't choose to go there. Definitely FYL

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By  Tomato_Cheese  |  22

I am the FML first protector. I have protected bravely defended this FML from all first comments.

By  SherbetGlitter  |  26

Was the letter not addressed by name on the inside? Sucks OP, it's bad enough that you didn't get accepted let alone having to know your neighbour did, especially if they don't choose to go there. Definitely FYL

By  prinzess_fml  |  25

It might turn out to be the best thing that could happen. Who knows, maybe you'll meet the man of your dreams in another college?

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  MariaGiovanni  |  25

#5 never said that was why OP is in college she just gave one example of something great that could happen as a result of going to another college. Stop trying to be offended over everything and stop giving snarky replies. Try to think about what the comment says at face value.

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It's not that it's un-PC, it's just that he made it sound like the only thing women can do at school is find a husband, which would be considered BS even before everything went super PC.

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  prinzess_fml  |  25

It didn't even cross my mind that it would be the point. Some things just happen when you don't expect them. Why always look for bad intentions? Really it didn't even cross my mind. I'm so surprised you guys thought of it. OP: I hope you get a good life anyway, with a great career, all sorts of achievements, success in any possible way and be happy with a good guy or girl or on your own.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

It sounds as if the letter was misdelivered. It happens, you know. And she didn't check the address until after she opened it. She made a mistake, she didn't deliberately open someone else's mail.

By  vogonpoet  |  5

I can understand your possible excitement upon seeing mail from a college you wish to attend. However, not reading the name on the envelope is just bullpuckey.

By  Bunnyluver  |  20

This sorta happened to me. For two years straight I took a test to get into this high school and missed by 10 points both times. A good friend ended up telling me how snobbish the kids were, so I took that as a sign. Good luck with college Op!

By  FluffyTimePuppy  |  6

I'm guessing the op saw a big envelope with the college's logo on it and was excited before reading to whom and to where it was addressed on the front. Acceptance letters tend to be in big envelopes because they include welcome materials while rejection letters will be a single folded sheet in a regular sized envelope.

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