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About SkoomaKi : (Skuu-ma-kee)
Lurked since early 2010, then I finally decided to make an account in 2011.
I like all regular commenters =)
Enjoy my tales.
The Moderators - Stories tell of Gods who walk among the FML commenters, keeping peace and prosperity throughout the community.
Perdix - Some say he is commenter who has been here since the beginning of FML, even the universe.
DocBastard - Legends tell of a medically fascinated doctor. Not much is known about him, just his intellect.
NoorFML - No one knows much about her, except her relations with Ezio (her husband). She is also a ninja.
Baustigt - Tales tell of an owner just as crazy as her dog. The dog, named Dula, can destroy worlds.
KyleeKay – Myths explain this girl’s obsession with the workings of human emotion. Her rational and ideal advice is wise to follow.
ManInTheMachine – A cyborg whom's consciousness is formed by it's computer program forming random code.
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I moderated this!
In "Moderate the FMLs", you voted Yes on a story that was subsequently published. Well done!
Today, I was on the bus during rush hour. A fly started buzzing around my head, and I swatted at it, at the exact moment the woman beside me decided to get out of her seat and put her face straight in the path of my hand. FML
Today, I spent hours baking an apple pie to impress my future mother-in-law. I was especially proud of the fact I'd made the crust and filling myself. When I served it to her, she picked off the crust and, between mouthfuls, bitched that it was nothing like canned pie filling. FML
Today, I was pumping gas, when my daughter called me. After I hung up, I put my phone on the car roof while I grabbed my bag. I completely forgot about it and only realized when it shot off the roof as I braked at a traffic light. FML
Today, I got a one-inch fish bone stuck in my throat. I went to the doctor, who claimed he couldn't see the long white thing embedded next to my tonsil. He charged me $70, and told me to eat some bread. I had to pull it out myself with a pair of tweezers. FML
Thursday 11 September 2014