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Today, my friend drove me me to catch the 8 pm train. Running late, we screeched into the parking lot at 7:57, stopped the car in a 'no stop' zone. I said goodbye to my friend, sprinted to my train and barely made it. Then, with the train in motion, I noticed my friend's car keys in my hand. FML

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Lol. You just unknowingly Pwned your friend.

One thing though. If he was driving why were the keys in your hands? You would have had to reach over, take them out the ignition and then run. Doesn't make sense.

#1 - On 04/15/2009 at 6:01am by Jimboom

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1. I think it's hilarious how many of you think it is fake.

2. If you've ever posted on FML before, you'll know you can only put 300 characters which means details are left out.

3. We were running so late that my friend ran inside to scan my ticket (I bought online so I had to get the actual ticket from the counter) while I got all my bags from the car. I grabbed the keys out of the car because I met her in the lobby to exchange keys for tickets (I didn't want her car to sit there running in the middle of the street.) We were so flustered about catching the train , I snatched the ticket and took off running for the train. We didn't even realize we didn't switch back the keys.


#88 - On 04/16/2009 at 2:07am by Lohbj

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