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It’s right there in the name: “Nearly FMLs”. These are FMLs, but not quite. They’re nearly FMLs. Here you’ll find the FMLs that were voted for positively by our users and that are waiting to be validated (or not) by the FML team, along with those that we rejected for being too similar to previous FMLs or not funny enough to our discerning tastebuds.
By Anonymous - / Tuesday 29 May 2018 01:46 /
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  titus1u  |  6

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  ptoka  |  19

Violating confidence?? Really?! It’s his wife, if she has a need to fantasize about a lost boyfriend then that’s on her, and she should’ve been honest with him anyway. A marriage is a partnership, not a secret keeping competition.

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  withered  |  29

Yes, reading someone's diary is violating confidence and their privacy. You don't own the person you marry. And thinking about other people while having sex is something normal. What is not normal is snooping and violating someone's privacy.

If she was honest with him, people like you would just say "what a bitch, she should have kept that to herself".

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  Sheepiebeepie  |  23

Wow how did everyone agree with this? You think she shouldn’t enjoy sex because it takes a little concentration on something other than the apparently not so great performance she’s receiving? She probably doesn’t feel anything at all for that guy, but found a random way to have intense pleasure with who she is with. Males ego’s are fucking fragile.

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  julfunky  |  25

She SHOULD be happy with what she has but I don’t know how faking orgasm achieves that. In fact, that’s just another way to deceive her husband, but in this way she doesn’t get any pleasure from it.

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  withered  |  29

Oh, and sorry to burst your bubble but people are allowed to fantasize about whatever/whoever they want. If you think your partners never thought about anyone else in bed... you're in for a rude awakening.

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  tounces7  |  21

Male ego's are fragile?

Tell a woman that you're married to that every single time you have sex with her, you think of an ex-girlfriend to get off, and lets see how happy they are about it.

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  Nadine  |  20

Excellent diversion, but not at all what she was saying. She said "male egos are fragile" because one guy said that the woman should no longer enjoy sex and start faking her orgasms literally so the man could be pleased and she was not thinking of anything else.

Yep. Fragile af.

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You must have had some very bad experiences in your life and I hate to burst YOUR bubble, but if you are dedicated and fully attracted to the person you are sleeping with, you don't fantasize about another person. I feel bad for You..

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  withered  |  29

You are full on delusional if you think your partner has never ever in their life looked at another person and found them attractive. The trick is having trust in your partner and not being insecure about something completely normal. OP's wife's fantasizing is no different from watching porn, getting turned on by actors and masturbating. Or watching porn together with your partner and getting it on.

By  Lobby_Bee  |  16

You need to step up your bedroom game. She is having that fantasy because in her mind she thinks he would be great in bed. Now it's your turn to fill that shoe.

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  tounces7  |  21

The problem is, you can't compete with someone's imagination. What she's thinking would have happened with that ex is probably far, far better than the reality of it.

By  indienerdgirl  |  23

I mean at least she was honest. But still that sucks. I'd probably have a talk about what you can do to please her to orgasm and about how some things you'd be better off not knowing.

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