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By analeis - / Sunday 25 March 2012 18:04 / United Kingdom - Liverpool
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Well holding back someones hair while they puke isn't exactly fun now is it lol. But hey whatever makes him happy right lol. It's good to know you have someone for you OP, chin up

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Old man implies an elderly gentlemen, and in some cases it can mean father. I.E. My old man. I guess it does kind of make sense tho that in the south it could also mean boyfriend...

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Well if you've ever heard of a man referring to his significant other as the "old lady", then it makes sense for a woman to be referring to theirs as "old man". Although personally I would never use it, it does sound pretty creepy and just reminds me of my dad.

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It's part of the southern lingo, if you will. Everyone down here, in the South, calls their boyfriend or girlfriend their "ol' man" or "ol' lady". Sorry guys, but let's not be judgmental. Millions of people live in the US, but there are many different kinds of cultures and people. And, with that, comes MANY different accents and slang. So let's not be judgmental! We may live 'down yonder' and say "ol' man" and "ol' lady", but we are still people. I promise that we aren't freaks who hook up with our fathers! :)

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Because, "Oh my god, they are just so dreamy." It's stupid how some people think relationships are expendable. This FML is not an example of a relationshit

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170 - Please stop boring us with your rambling comments. If you post on FML, you WILL get judged. Go back home with "your old man", open a box of wine and read along with the rest of the class. So the rest of us can enjoy this posting and maintain our sanity, please refrain from posting on this subject any longer. Thanks, Y'all!

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Not everyone drinks so much that they have to puke. My last alcoholic beverage was half of a pina colada that i had on my 21st birthday. I had only half because i had to work later that night.

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170 - the fact that she stated it as she did makes me believe she was binge drinking. Binge drinking is when you drink twice your legal limit in one night. If you drink this much you are causing yourself harm. If she got sick just from the taste then she should have stated that she was vomiting from an illness. She deserved it. In the end she is just causing herself harm.

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If you saw a heroin junkie vomiting in an alley after a shot of fentanyl would you think that is acceptable behavior? Probably not. Most people would think it is sad and disturbing. It is sad and disturbing, just like excess alcohol intoxication. It's no different really. The body doesn't care about its legal status. If you think it's ok to drink to puking excess then you should never condemn any other drug abuser and never support any drug prohibition.

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Well if that's not the dumbest thing I've ever read 170...drinking to that excess is disgusting. I've spent more nights puking than I can remember, and I stopped that behavior in myself eventually because I realized how terrible it is. Are you going to honestly tell me you think that is normal?

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9- No, he said he only read the first part, "I was vomiting after an evening of drinking" and voted that she deserved to be sick. He made an exact point of mentioning he did Not read any further which included being felt up and sang to. :p So by his logic, which I agree with, if you drink in excess, yes you deserve to be sick from it. Simple, basic cause and effect. :p

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^ Neither 7 nor 54 said it was the main point if the FML idiot. They merely said that if she drank excessively, then she deserved to be sick, because that is what results from drinking too much. Still don't get it? Here: OP+Excessive Drinking =YDI. Hope that clears things up for you.

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81, well if the OP had never gotten drunk there wouldn't be in the position of needing someone to hold up her hair. It is the OP's fault from all perspectives of the FML.

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9, No, drinking too much negates the unsolicited contact. When in relationships, we just call this "groping". I doubt you get a nod of approval before always touching your partner...

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The_Hitdude - Clearly you're the idiot. Notice how I said "I agree she deserves vomiting for drinking too much" in my previous comment? Yes, I needed something that I said myself to be cleared up for me. Idiot.

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Maybe it's just me being kindhearted, but I don't think that anyone actually deserves to get sick from drinking. She never said she drank too much. She could be like me and a certain alcohol just doesn't settle well on her tummy... I drink wine. White wine is good. And so is red wine. But I could have one glass of red wine and it won't settle well on my stomach. I get sick from it without being drunk or even slightly intoxicated. Everyone is assuming she drank too much.. Like I said, the alcohol could have just not settled well on her stomach...

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Nobody deserves to be sick.... Unless they bring it on themselves. You are in control of your actions and if you can't decide for yourself when enough is enough then you shouldn't be drinking.

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And as far as maybe the alcohol doesn't settle well with her stomach, there is a reason for that. It's your body telling you to stop and that the alcohol is bad for you.

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76, Except he didn't...so that doesn't apply at all. What if he used the opportunity to repeat the holocaust too? Like oh emm gee! That's crazy! Except we are only really judging him on the things he ACTUALLY did, not just stuff that could have potentially happened.

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