Thanks for your service

By really - 19/02/2013 15:27 - United States - Knoxville

Today, I was at a club when a notoriously desperate and disgusting guy asked me to grind with him. Hoping for some backup, I coolly said, "You'll have to ask my boyfriend." My boyfriend's response? "Yeah, man, I don't care." FML
I agree, your life sucks 38 699
You deserved it 8 531

Same thing different taste

Top comments

Is it really that hard to say, "Sorry, but no thank you"?


"Well I'd prefer to **** with, and you specifically."

People tend to get the message if it's delivered by the wonderful mail service provided by the fist! It's cheap, and when utilised properly, is indeed very efficient :)

39- only appropriate if he asked in an especially mean/rude manner, like "hey bitch wanna ride me?" THEN you smack him. Not if he's all like "Ma'am I'd like to inquire about dancing with you in a suggestive fashion, would you be interested in such an arrangement?"

44- I somehow doubt that the fellow was particularly smooth or polite with his request, seeing as he asked to 'grind'....

And make no mistake, I have no problem with more diplomatic methods of dissuasion, they tend to be most useful.

It also has the unfortunate side effect of getting the wielder of said fist thrown out of the nightclub and possibly charged with assault. But hey, if you're okay with that, power to you. Personally I think that should only be reserved for actual ass-grabbing.

^precisely. Blatant thirstiness doesn't merit a fist-to-the-face, but merely show him to the nearest water fountain. Or the door. Or both.

dontpanic_fml 32

How do you believe that going around clocking people who rub you the wrong way is ok, 39? That is a sickly dangerous way of thinking. Somebody should knock you the **** out because you looked at them wrong. See how great of advice it is then.

62- lol like kindergarten all grown up. Instead of "teacher he's looking at me" it's like *notices person* "DA FUQ U LOOKIN AT BRUH?!"

38 - Which is why (from what I've gathered), she was hoping her boyfriend would give her some back-up.

Is it really that hard to say, "Sorry, but no thank you"?

iGottaFindBubbah 12

It's like she's desperate to watch her boyfriend stick up for her. Could've started an unnecessary fight too.

I think she thought that would scare the creepazoid off. OP, I hope your boyfriend was drunk when he said that. Otherwise, you really need to have a talk with him.

maybe she has a problem with confrontation herself.

YOu should drop "sorry", "but", and "thank you" from this phrase.

The way I see it if he's "notoriously desperate and disgusting" then she probably knew ahead of time that a simple 'no' won't work and so she immediately a tactic that would send most normal guys away. I feel bad that it didn't work out so well for her.

64, when simple "no" doesn't work, you request assistance from club security.

And the coveted number three spot goes to.... That?

You can't say "Don't bother me, I'm with my boyfriend? or what #2 says o.O

To be fair if the guy is actually "notoriously desperate" and "disgusting", she might have known or surmised that a simple no wouldn't suffice. A significant number of guys don't accept rejection and it unfortunately takes another male to intervene in order to get them to stop.

1: "No thanks". 2: "Look I'm here with my bf and don't want to grind with anyone else". 3: " Stop the **** bothering me or I will call the bouncer". 4: Call the bouncer.

I'd skip step #2. You don't owe anybody like that an explanation. Just (1) No. (2) I mean it, no. (3) Security!

**** De-blocked by your own boyfriend, must've been that guy's dream come true! Let's hope he didn't grind more than just your gears in the end.

oj101 33

One of your best comments lately, Pleonasm. *strokes my mustache and tips hat you you*

footcheezeez 16

Perhaps she didnt want to say yes herself...

BellaBelle_fml 23

She didn't want to say yes at all…

Well he obviously wasn't a threat to your boyfriend's confidence. Next time say no yourself, and talk to your man about what you expect in those situations.

poorjudgement 26

Aa long as a woman can avoid putting a man (especially her own man) in this kind of a situation, she should.

What's wrong with just saying no? I'm sure the dude has nothing to lose if you say no.

Omfgitsmia 15

You don't need your boyfriend to be your mouthpiece, but that sucks that he didn't have your back.

And how would he know that's what she expected? "Sure I'll grind with you if my bf says it's ok!" I know, I know... boyfriends are always expected to be mindreaders.

Omfgitsmia 15

Honestly, she could've said no herself. Since she didn't, I assume she wanted to feel proud or whatever.