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By Anonymous / Thursday 26 March 2015 13:20 / United States - San Francisco
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By  beararm  |  11

no wonder the whole world thinks America is full of idiots.

By  lemurman108  |  23

They were headed in One Direction... To failure.

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By  coldasfire  |  23

FYL

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  whitnayfortooh  |  29

Jeremy Clarkson is life. I don't even know who that kid is in one fuckrection

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  cheesy_wotsit  |  19

Are you condoning violence by saying Clarkson hit that producer for a 'good' reason? It should never have gone as far as it did. As for Wand Erection... Pfft.

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He punched him because he was not happy with the food. The guy is a huge dick and a bully. His fans are deluding themselves into thinking that he's this everyday guy, who doesn't care about what people think. Ah, as if! He's a multi-millionaire and a pure product of the industry.

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  Wakachulak  |  22

Guys, take a step back here. This FML says students are attempting to leave school. Think about that for a minute while ignoring their excuses and gender.

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  slyde32  |  12

at #97 punching a producer because the fiod wasn't right is not a "good reason" to punch someone, it's childish and pathetic. I like Clarkson, I do, I think he's hilarious, but he took it too far this time and frankly I think he got off pretty lightly.

By  lemurman108  |  23

They were headed in One Direction... To failure.

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  JMichael  |  25

It truly is. Members leave bands all the time. I was a little sad when Breaking Benjamin broke up because I really enjoyed their music, but I didn't tear myself up over it. Now they're back together and making a new album! If Linkin Park broke up tho? I might actually cry, lmao.

By  beararm  |  11

no wonder the whole world thinks America is full of idiots.

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  Raxy_fml  |  18

You mean because... it is?

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  DaBayst  |  15

As they say, the tallest tree catches the most wind.

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  beararm  |  11

As a person currently living in the US, and grew up in Africa....this band being yall main cause for insanity could also mean that yall have it great

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  tj4234  |  35

It's to be expected really. Shit band or not, people are really into them. It's not the first time so many teenage girls felt affected by a boyband breaking up, and it won't be the last. Remember what happened with Take That in the 90s.

By  Vintage_Cola  |  29

As a pacifist I am struggling with all my might to resist bashing those girls heads into the wall and throwing their remains into an incinerator.

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  Cass_x  |  22

You sir, have problems. Go get checked. -if you're serious, that is.-

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  sharkgirl4  |  23

This is probably how people reacted to The Beatles splitting up. Not saying that One Direction are anything like The Beatles (1D isn't my cup of tea, but who am I to judge what type of music someone else enjoys?) but everyone getting so angry with younger girls being upset over it forgets that every generation has their One Direction and then turns around and laughs at the next generation for being so emotional. The only real difference is that kids now are more likely to get away with pulling the "I have to stay home because I am emotionally distressed" thing. It's lame that the school had to make an announcement about it because it's really sad that people have indulged the whims of enough girls to think they can get away with going home because they're distraught, but let's be fair, puberty fucking sucks emotional balls and at a certain age even the smallest things can make you feel like the world is going to end. Tl;dr: puberty sucks, teenagers have dramatic reactions due to hormones and the amount of vitriol is unnecessary because we were all overly emotional about something at some point.

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  lizzie57  |  19

Childline have issued a statement saying we should take the issue of 1D seriously with young people because they can be emotionally damaged. Personally I'd like to tell em all to man up and grow a pair but Childline are ready to receive distressed calls and there is advice to schools and parents on how to deal with the issue. Also in Manchester a firm that advises employers on legal issues received hundreds of calls this morning from employers asking for advice on employees calling in for bereavement leave (the thing for when a close relative dies!!!) These are grown adults likening this minor event to a loved one dieing. Ridiculous.

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@sharkgirl4, I thought I saw something about teenagers cutting their wrist and forearms over this nonsense. being a little upset is one thing but cutting yourself and committing suicide come on now, I couldn't believe it

By  hoosiergirl94  |  31

Just get up and leave

By  Fymlife  |  14

Why do you have to be penalized because of their ignorance?

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