By disappointed - United States
Today, after having saved up my money for months to buy my college-bound son the car of his dreams, I got a phone call telling me it had been totalled during a drag-race. I only gave him the keys two days ago. FML
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22- You would be amazed at some of the idiots that get into college. I could've gone to any number of good schools and chose a state school because they have the best degree program in the country for my degree. Some of the idiots I've had to edit papers for in my english classes just blew my mind.

  Yodaevil  |  4

109, it's down south in Georgia, more like a John Deere than bumper car. So a 96 civic hatchback with fart can exhaust and window tint totaled isn't that big of a loss...

By  bitchin94  |  2

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.. Show it anyway

  zyron7568  |  0

Oh wait sorry wrong person lol i am still new to this fml app and i didnt realize i was commenting the wrong person. The guy who said "bet you feel like a jackass" is the douche.

  Chaos187  |  6

It's okay. You can go with thinking your pretty and all. Dislike this of you please but your not. I know I'm a dick but only to people that annoy the shit out of me, which is you. So get a new picture because your nose covers more than half of it. :)

  tfair85  |  2

Most insurance companies have a clause that allows them not to pay when a car was wrecked from racing. It's to prevent them from having to cover people like OP's son.

By  ReynshineCutting  |  10

Well you should never rule out the possibility that your kid will total a car. If you buy them a new one, do so at your own risk. Some kids are just dumber than others and some are just plain unlucky.

That really sucks but insurance should replace it.

  Chaos187  |  6

Well you see...there a problem there. If he's college bound it means he doesn't live with his parents. What are they going to do? Come down to the college and take his tv out? No sir cause that would be breaking and entering. See ya just can't win at these things...

  gracer_fml  |  0

Chances are that his parents are paying for college or at least helping to pay for it, and if that's the case she definitely has the right to punish him.


I'm wondering if you were responding to someone else since your comment has nothing to do with mine? I'll respond anyway though. I know a lot of college kids who live with their parents. My brother in law does, a friend from high school did for awhile, my best friend now lives half the time with her husband and half the time with her parents since she's in school half the week. If he's not living at home and in a dorm, dorms will let the parents in. If he's in an apartment or rental house, his parents had to cosign on the contract, so they too can get in. No B&E there.