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Today, my youngest son had to have stitches in his chin. He did great, I passed out. FML

By Sherlock / Wednesday 3 February 2010 16:02 / France
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Jeez, people. Obviously, none of you have kids who have been injured and/or sensitivity to blood and wounds. People faint at the sight of blood sometimes, or they get upset and overwhelmed when their kid has been hurt. I say FYL, OP. But at least your son got through it.

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yeah, how is this an fml? omg I passed out fuck my life! seriously? haha I've had to get stiches on my chin 4 times when I was younger. I was/am quite the clutz as you would say..

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my mom ruined my life like that. I'm too chicken to do anything because my mom always was the one to panic at the sign of blood... OP you are screwing your kids mind grow some ovaries you dumbass.

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that reminds me of when my brother was 3 and he needed metal caps on his teeth and when they were putting the anistethics he pulled the needle out and my mom fainted.

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Stiches are cake. Now if his son had a broken limb and the doctor was setting it and the bones were grinding together audibly, then maybe there is an excuse for fainting. Not that I would know anything about that, *coughcough*

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the mom was probably cutting his vegetables and then she still had the knife in her hand when she went to tuck him in for a little nap and when she pulled the blanket up she sliced his chin........ (I couldn't think of any other reason of how 'mommy' couldve caused that but if you do then reply!!)

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It doesn't matter if you believe Jesus is the son of God, it has been proven he WAS a real person. Therefor, both Buddha and Jesus are real, no matter if you believe in either one or not.

Wow. All I can say is... WOW. that's so lame. PS: doubtful this guy's from France. FML reads mobile posts as from there. Next time your son has to get stitches, please, just don't go.

Jeez, people. Obviously, none of you have kids who have been injured and/or sensitivity to blood and wounds. People faint at the sight of blood sometimes, or they get upset and overwhelmed when their kid has been hurt. I say FYL, OP. But at least your son got through it.

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