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By Sir Vom-a-lot - / Thursday 14 June 2012 16:28 / United Kingdom - West Drayton
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By  mightybrit  |  6

I really don't think there is any stage in a relationship where that would be okay. FYL haha

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By  lamort_fml  |  4

Dafuq did I just read

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Ok I usually don't do this but I believe it's *an* FML not a FML

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  midnight165  |  5

Hahahaha.. This is exactly what my brain said after reading this fml

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35, I believe (I'm not an English major so not 100% sure) but you use "an" when the following word starts with a vowel.

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  BinaBina_XD  |  7

47-You just blew my mind. I've never thought about that before now xD

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  aksweetheart  |  7

85- refer to your picture for my comment to you... 35 and 54 are correct. When the word SOUNDS like it starts with a vowel, you use an, even if it doesn't actually start with a vowel (therefore it is AN FML because you pronounce it EFF-EMM-ELL)

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  Quinn32  |  16

54 and 90- You are both wrong. The correct pronunciation is clearly "fim-ill". Don't even try to deny it.

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47 - like 54 said, it's the sound of a vowel that requires the use of "an". The word hour starts with a consonant but you still don't say a hour. You use an because of the vowel sound.

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  HALAL_fml  |  0

35 its not an fml f in not a vowel

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  My_Nightmare  |  19

Just to clear up this whole "a or an FML" thing. It's a FML because FML is an acronym for Fuck my life. You would say "a fuck my life" not "an fuck my life". Therefore, you would write "a FML".

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I guess it all depends on what you say. If you say " I'm ready A fuckmylife " then it would be a, but if you say " I'm reading an FML ", then it's an. But seriously, even though it's an acronym, " a FML" sounds retarded.

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  mickyb10  |  13

No it does matter because acronyms are ok. However not using 'a' or 'an' correctly is leading to a illiterate america. I'm 13 and i get basic grammar come on people

By  mightybrit  |  6

I really don't think there is any stage in a relationship where that would be okay. FYL haha

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  alycion  |  26

Been with my husband for 20 years and still wouldn't do that. Bad enough I have to deal with female maintenance, I'm not going to make people witness it on purpose. I mean if he came in after me then that's on him.

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  kevinn95  |  0

My friend took it a but further than this story.. She literally has her bf change her tampon for her sometimes its a normal thing for them Thats just disgusting and wrong i dont know why he would do that i was grossed out even hearing that story

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  alycion  |  26

On my bad days my husband will help with some things. I've had him brush and dry my hair. He has dyed it for me. Put in colored hair extensions. Since I got sick he's turning into my beautician. Don't think I'd be comfortable with him changing my products for me unless I absolutely couldn't. But to each their own I guess.

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  what_ever2007  |  11

*Laughs at the word choice of "bloody" lol*

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  OkitaCockroach  |  19

49/84/86- please just shut up...

By  ghirahim  |  5

Whilst! Hahahaha

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  zachherbert  |  10

Schnearf!.. Oh, we aren't just making up knew words?

By  Dravite  |  9

Dafuq indeed!

By  MCRaddict15  |  15

That should not be a stage. I think you should sit her down and tell her that's not okay, ever.

By  what_ever2007  |  11

soooo...? It's a natural thing. ...Yeah, she didn't have to do it when you were brushing your teeth, I'm sure; but so many guys get so freaked out when it comes to women's periods! Child birth will be much worse if you two choose to go that route.

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  what_ever2007  |  11

I'm sure he will....but it's yet another "gross" thing a woman has to go through! Oh the poor men!! *sigh* What I mean is...hopefully he won't feel the need to be all "OMG GROSS" when/if his baby is born.

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  Senseless_487  |  29

Hey, I don't freak out over a woman's period, but I sure as hell don't want to watch her change her tampon. Some things need to stay private, and this is VERY high on that list.

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  citymayer  |  7

I don't want to do that while someone is in the bathroom brushing their teeth.. I don't even want to be in the bathroom with anyone else at the same time..

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  Yodaevil  |  4

I'm man enough, there isn't anything a woman could do to gross me out! Common man, she's the one doing it and you're the one being a little bitch? Show your woman that you are that comfortable around her, man up. Some day you'll be glad you did....

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  kitty292  |  9

Yes it's natural but so what. Why should he have to see her change her tampon, just because it's natural. As a female, I wouldn't even want my boyfriend seeing that. It's disgusting enough as it is to me.

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No one MADE him look at her. He was brushing his teeth, he could have recognized what she was doing and looked away. But it sounds like he just kept watching in horror. It's not like she said, "Hey! Look what I found!" This is not an fmylife, this is an Iwastemporarilygrossedoutbymygirlfriendslevelofcomfortabilityaroundme.

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  Yodaevil  |  4

263, I wish the biggest worry in my life was seeing a tampon being inserted. I guess that i have more pressing worries and problems to deal with, that doesn't bother me. Taking a shit is "disgusting" but a part of life. I'm not going on about how girl may have heard it! Like OMG! Fo real? I'm worried about a house payment, putting food on the table. You know, adult things.

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  bettyloohoo  |  0

I totally agree with you! I want to say "fuck you" to guys who complain about having to deal with girls periods. They ain't the ones having to deal with it. We are. The bastards

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  infinitegrace  |  21

Thank you! And maybe there's only one bathroom and he's been using it for a while, those things start getting super uncomfortable and it's bad to leave them in too long anyways.

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