By Anonymous - / Monday 16 December 2013 04:47 / United States - North Port
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  Sandman366  |  6

I have family who once asked another part of the family not be let in to a funeral. Do not underestimate the horribleness of people. (Or their stupidity, or audacity....but it is understandable for brilliance.)

  jazzy_123  |  20

Don't think because they're family they won't hurt you. To answer your question, my brother. My brother would most definitely steal some cash if he has the chance.

  slickchrome  |  11

well do people in your family bring dates or bf/gfs to your family gathering? I trust to leave my money around my family at these kind of functions but not the assholes they bring here.

  BellaBear90  |  27

Probably because they thought it'd be safe to leave it around family members. When we have family parties at my house I don't lock away the valuables... It's family.

  kewlstoribro  |  6

Who the fuck keeps their wallets in their pockets when they're in their own home, regardless of gender of whether they have pockets or not? Since it's family, especially, they should be able to feel at ease with their belongings out. I've an aunt that leaves thousands of dollars in cash sitting in a drawer, which she trusts that I will not take any when I am over. Seriously, morals and values are disappearing....

  jazzy_123  |  20

Even if they did have their wallet in their pocket, some people ate really good at picking pockets. I know my siblings mess around with me and will take stuff out of my purse and I won't notice sometimes.


Today, I went out to dinner for my mom's birthday. I'd planned for a nice restaurant which is always packed, so I'd called for a reservation. When we got there, the hostess tried to turn us down because no one ever takes their mother out to dinner anymore, and that I was a fraud. FML

By jesterinperil / Monday 16 February 2015 22:38 / United States

Today, I went to the bank to find out why they've taken $200 from me. By the time I show them my bank card, ID and tell them my problem, they accuse me of stealing my own identity, and refuse to give me my money back. FML

By arsenicalhumor - / Wednesday 27 March 2013 01:37 / Canada - Montreal
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