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FML - The follow-up
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Hey, I'm the author of the FML. So to clarify I just turned 16, she just turned 17 and is in the 12th grade. I've had my doubts about our relationship for a while because of how incompatible we are as people, but her talking about what she wants to name our kids and how cute they will be was kind of the last straw for me. She said "I love you" after our second time seeing each other and after she had already cheated on me, so I definitely hear all the comments about telling her my conc
By NordicNathan - / Monday 14 March 2016 04:49 / Canada - Burlington
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You know, this is precisely why we (the United States) are not one of the top nations for college students and whatnot. We could be, if we actually took the time to learn the English language and not fall asleep in classes, we might have a decent chance of getting scholarships in college more often, get a great job, and maybe actually loosen the huge debt upon the United States. But here we are, creating the most stupid and lazy slang ever.

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You have a name mentioning a ghetto mango, you are in no shape to speak about dumbass nature. It was a joke and your incapacity to figure that out proves the very same point you were trying to make. We obviously do need a better education, plus some classes for sensitive whiny cunts like you that can't deal with someone writing a word differently. Fucking dumbass.

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I hate incorrect spelling to the max, and my nickname is also the name of the bar I'm eventually going to open. If I was going to be whiny, I would have phrased it differently. The comment sure as hell didn't sound like a joke, and it somewhat made the commenter sound like a high school cheerleader girl. I'm not sensitive, I'm just really angry at society for being lazy and making stupid words and abrreviating words. Oh, and PS- I showered this morning. Adios!

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Yeah my first girlfriend was crazy. In the seventh grade I dated this girl for three days, because the second day she started saying "I love you" and was planning our marriage. When I broke up with her she broke my nose smashed my phone.

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dating is fun and you experience feelings never felt before. how would you know if you are truly in love without messing up or learning your feelings work?

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True, but I hate relationships to the max. I have had several terrible experiences with relationships, and I actually WANT to stay a single virgin forever. I have already started on the crazy cat librarian thing ( I love books and cats), and I have no bit of caring for any relationship, whether boyfriend or girlfriend.

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It says the OP is in 10th grade, I'm guessing the gf is around the same age, so yes, still in high school. Also, whether it's dreaming, planning or ideas, it doesn't matter. At 15 and still in school, that's early to be discussing kids, marriage and being together forever. They're still just kids, maturity levels are too low to be seriously discussing eternity together and such life changing topics. Especially after only 2 months, they barely know each other after only dating for that amount of

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Not sure why 5 is down-thumbed so much. We know how old OP is, but know nothing about OP's girlfriend. She could be older or younger. And she asked if she's dreaming or being serious. Those are legitimate questions.

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Even if she is older, the OP is still 15 and in 10th grade, it is still too early to be thinking of such things and if she is older it would sort of be like pressuring, assuming the gf is being serious. I don't see how that matters if she is older and like 16/17/18 is still pretty early to be discussing children, marriage, and being together forever. If she's 18+, well than that's illegal and even worse.

That's what you get for dating your teacher ... Maybe she is joking? In all seriousness, talk with her to see if she can be reasonable. Otherwise get out of that relationship quickly.

And I thought I had big expectations. Good luck with that. I know the struggle. I'm in 9th and have finals next week. A girlfriend is definitely not the top priority. But hopefully she calms down.

Run, and keep running straight towards college and put that nonsense behind you. There's always time to have kids later. Once you have them, I can promise you that school and career becomes infinitely more complicated to finish/progress.

I rarely advocate breaking up, but this seems to be a thoroughly unhealthy relationship (if I am reading correctly). I'm also very curious as to how old she is, because if she's in high school like you, then the LAST thing she should be considering is pregnancy. If it is one of those puppy love-style musings about how cute the kids will be or whatever, it may just be a phase, but if she's seriously considering doing that shit right NOW, then you might really want to run away. Think carefully.

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Hey, I'm the author of the FML. So to clarify I just turned 16, she just turned 17 and is in the 12th grade. I've had my doubts about our relationship for a while because of how incompatible we are as people, but her talking about what she wants to name our kids and how cute they will be was kind of the last straw for me. She said "I love you" after our second time seeing each other and after she had already cheated on me, so I definitely hear all the comments about telling her my conc

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You might gently break it to her. You should always get out of a relationship you don't need to be in. If she cries, then just let it go. Let her go. If she cheated on you once, she'll most likely do it again. She might also have a condition and might need to see someone about that. Best of luck for your realtionships!

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She's gonna have to deal with real life at some point, and you shouldn't burden yourself with her issues. Break up with her nicely, and maybe with a close friend or two as witnesses so she can't try to make you the villain. If not that, she's in 12th grade and you can just stop contact with her once she's out of school. Good luck, sounds like you're gonna need it.

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staying with a girl because you don't want to make her cry is not ok. from what you are saying, she sounds like she had serious self esteem issues. you need to end things and you need to stay away from her. I'm a hs teacher and I see this all the time. she's using emotional blackmail to hold you hostage in your relationship. you need to think of your self and your future. please get out before is too late.

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break it to her calmly, I was in a similar situation, and sadly there's no real good way to deal with if, you just gotta suck it up, and get over the crying part, I was raised the same way, but it is difficult to avoid it, good luck

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sooner is better than later to break up with her. We had a girl like that in grade 11. she cried so hysterically that the french class was all but cancelled due to her sobbing even when it got moved outside "but we were going to have a house together and two children" wha wha whaaaa something to note here - its not the boyfriend that is important, its the house and kids. so it won't matter WHO she ends up with, it just has to fit the image in her head. Best to break it off cle

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look there is no good way of breaking up here. Just be blunt and if she cries i hate to be an ass but she deserved it. I believe cheaters can redeem themselves (evident by my father) but she is abusing your weakness of not being able to cause people to cry. She's a bitch and deserves to be dumped simple as that. I know i sound like an ass but am i really wrong?

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Reading what you said I have to wonder if this girl is actually as emotionally unstable as she's putting out there. She reminds me of a girl that my son dated briefly, it was okay for her to start anything and keep it going for days but if he even asked her to cool it because they were in public she would freak out and cry for hours until he apologized like he had done something wrong. Either way, you are too young to be dealing with this kind of drama. If you are truly worried about her emotion

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You need to end the relationship immediately. I would not trust her in any way. She sounds like the type of person that will get pregnant to trap you. She is controlling you by crying if you try to break up with her. She obviously knows how your mind works. I advise breaking up with her in public and maybe give her friends a heads up so that they can comfort her. You are too young for a serious relationship like this and no one should be held hostage in a relationship. The longer you wait, the w

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There will be no easy way to tell her. She is gonna throw tantrums, threaten suicide, maybe even do the stalking bit. Only option is to tell her you have gone gay. Make up some story around that

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