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By Brandon - / Tuesday 4 August 2009 02:36 / United States
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  lunaticsol  |  0

Why's this an FML? Because she has a childhood friend that likes her? Nowhere does it say she went for the other guy. The worst thing about it is that it's clear that the parents don't think highly of OP. Other than that, w/e. "Oh noes, other dudes wanna fuck my girl!?" No shit Sherlock. If your girl is half worth having, that's gonna be the case. If you keep being a whiny douchy bitch then you'll really have some FMLs to write.

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  lmmmr  |  0

Seriously OP, if you are so threatened by the concept of competition that you post an FML about it, you are going to have far more serious issues in your life.

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Its an FML because her Dad obviously dislikes him, and I don't know how it is in your family or hers, but in my family my parents opinion really matters and if my Dad doesn't like a guy then it's see you later for him. Maybe he's worryed the same will happen to him.

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It’s an FML because the father dislikes him so much as to try and set up his daughter with another man. Not only that but while the OP is there. Traditionally a man always asks the parents permission before proposing to the daughter. How do you think that would go in this case…? So yes, it would seem that the OP’s life is pretty f*cked if he wants a future with this girl…

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  Imawhalerider  |  0

you should get dumped by saying you fucked your girlfriend on a public site and include your real picture on your profile. good job for bragging though girls love that. Oh and put your real hometown for stalkers and to confirm for your girlfriend. Assuming you have a 'hot' fourteen year-old gf that you had sex with. She picked a real good smart guy for a bf.

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  BLNovelist  |  0

Yeah, it's just a bitchy viewpoint there. If other options is what she's worried about - why bother being in a relationship with him to start with? Not saying she herself is, just using her as a general figure for the statement...

By  anniebananie  |  3

I don't really think it's appropriate to use real names in FMLs. You could have just as easily said that "a male childhood friend" showed up. Using unnecessarily specific information, such as names, can make the FML hard to relate to. Besides, I think that FMLs should be anonymous, not an avenue for calling people out.

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