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By  marinus_fml  |  19

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By  marinus_fml  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Thawn  |  0

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  CLLawrence88  |  0

#71 just because she happen to be in the car with her mother doesnt mean her mom still drives her. She could have been going to lunch or being picked up from a dr. Where she was advised to have a ride. You dont know dont judge.

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  FFML_314  |  11

I don't think OP would have to explain anything if her fingers were crushed in the windshield, because I don't think that's possible without the windshield breaking. If that were the case, the mother would notice, unless she's a complete and total moron, but I don't see any morons in sight, do you?

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  cgchamp89  |  7

Is there a reason you idiots comment on every FML trying to outsmart the OP? It's really annoying. It would take so much of my time to comment on EVERY post, then comment on the comments.

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  Nyc__Princess  |  0

for his mom to think that he was throwing a tantrum is probably not a once in a blue moon thing. She's probably used to him whining & bitching. which make me think he deserves it.

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  XxDevilxXGt  |  26

eh, it hurts but not enough to cry especially at that age :o i hada car door slammed on my fingers and it hurt for a bit, i barely felt it, but that's probably because there was no blood going to them xD

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  Spastastic  |  6

43 -- some people cry when they're in pain, it's just an automatic reaction. Age doesn't change how you experience pain, and crying doesn't make you immature.

By  perdix  |  29

Because you threw a tantrum 10 minutes earlier because Mom wouldn't buy you an Orange Julius at the mall, she was justified in thinking you were being a crybaby all over again. At 26, you'd think you'd be smart enough not to keep your fingers between the window and the frame . . . I guess not.

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