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By Me. / Friday 23 July 2010 05:58 / United States
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  BeeSkwaird  |  0

Actually, this FML exactly exemplifies a dictionary definition of irony, seeing as the thing meant to prevent the dropping of the camera is the very thing that caused it.

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  iAmLol_fml  |  0

stupid mods you suck I keep seeing stuff like "haha 20 you are so right" and then I find out there is no #20! GOOD GOD stop screwing up the comments because some people mostly go on here for those

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  Sharpie23  |  7

Today, while taking pictures by the pool, my friend wanted to use my camera. I stopped reading there and knew what was going to happen. YDI, get better friends. :P

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  BeeSkwaird  |  0

"While taking pictures by the pool, my friend..." Either the OP needs a lesson in the English language, or the friend was taking pictures by the pool when she asked the OP for her camera.

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  xXLenaXx  |  0

#56, it makes sense... The OP was using her(?) camera to take photos by the pool, then a friend asked to borrow it so she could take some, too. I don't see what you thought was wrong. :S

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  skittle68  |  0

I'm 24 and they taught me that. I wonder if anyone pats attention to that anymore tho :( Plus I went to a pretty decent school. At least, MN's schools were still decent when I was there... No child left behind and all that crap was before my time

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  xXLenaXx  |  0

Because of you, I now hover over "pedantic" for a full 5 minutes, convincing myself it's misspelled, and it should, in fact, be "pendatic". DAMN YOU, you ruined my mind! *shakes fist*

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You're all leaving out the most obvious clue: OP is a girl with access to the internet, who was taking pictures by a pool. Considering the likelihood that these were bikini pics intended for facebook, they'd want pictures of *themselves* on their own respective cameras. Logic dictates that OP had her friend's camera, and the friend had hers. Disclaimer: This is obviously assuming there were no public bathroom mirrors nearby, but that's just a given-- we're all on FML, so of course we know that's always the preferred setting for scantily-clad internet "portraits."

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  killdozer1  |  2

Grammar nazi! "while taking pictures by the pool is a participial phrase. The noun that follows must be the one being described. "my friend" wasn't taking pictures by the pool when he decided that he wanted to use op's camera.

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