By TheKingKen - 02/07/2014 00:33 - Australia - Perth

Today, as I was picking up my 5-year-old brother from school, he hugged a girl from his class to say goodbye. His classmate's mom and I looked at each other, thinking it was adorable, until my brother decided to dry hump the side of his classmate's thigh. FML
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TheKingKen 22

Damn, sucks to be OP! I wouldn't wanna be him.

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ThomasBombadil 31


ThomasBombadil 31
World_Burner 13

Couldn't keep myself from laughing.. +1

nlm92 15

49 - giving* more action is more like it haha. not necessarily a good thing either. I enjoyed your comment though.

Not only they grow fast, but they also move on pretty quickly!

If they have a dog that likes to hump, then I may know why. :p

TheKingKen 22

We don't have any pets at all. I absolutely have no idea how, when and where he learned that. He was never the type of kid to do something like that. Afterwards, I just looked at the mother walk away from us and I stood there for a few seconds to process what I just witnessed.

Hahaha. I hope everyone just forgets about it, until after he's old enough to be teased about it, lol.

#60 - he's 20 years old. So he had the kid at 15, conceived at 14? Seems starting young runs in the family!

I'm an idiot it says brother Not son.... ignore please ha ha

acerredrum 23

I've worked at a daycare before and honestly it is REALLY common at that age. They get it from realizing that it feels good when they touch there. Though it is usually rubbing against things, not people. :/ Girls do it too, I had to explain to a woman what her daughter was doing rubbing against the corner of a table.

Against a table corner? Hope she didn't rip something. That would hurt really bad.

guiltnazan 23

Did you have a rolled up newspaper handy?

i think you should go read the FML about the mother slapping the kid on the head. violence towards children isn't the answer.

WinterBlue42 22

Besides, something tells me the kid wasn't honestly trying to do any wrong.

guiltnazan 23

It was meant to be a joke, like how you would gently swat a dog with a rolled up newspaper when they started to hump things.

World_Burner 13

Did neither of you understand that #4 was joking..?

What if he wasn't a dog. How about a cat, or a panther, or better a yet a Meowth!

Or a spray bottle and yell NO BAD BOY

Although this is not a situation when you should do it, moderate violence is actually called DISCIPLINE, don't spoil your kids, they will end up bad

if only there was a button you could press to let people know you agreed with him without having to make a whole new post

Gee, I also wish there was a button to press, so you can agree with them without saying anything!

RedPillSucks 31

But there's no button when you "Couldn't agree with you more". There's only a "You wanker!" button

If only. That extra post ruined my life.

reading this makes me want to punch myself in the face

I can't imagine how awkward that must've been. I'm sorry you had to deal with that

TheKingKen 22

Man, it was the most awkward thing ever. I have never seen a mother walk away from someone so quickly before. It was almost like she's dragging her daughter away from my brother.

I assume you and your brother had a little talk later lol

TheKingKen 22

We did. I told him, "Hugging people is OK, just don't start humping them once you do" lol he promised he won't do it again.

Schizomaniac 24

I can't say a damn thing. That's more action than I've had in months.

WinterBlue42 22

Someday, that poor kid, and his classmate, are going to have an 'Oh god why!?' moment. . :p

TheKingKen 22

And I'll make sure not to miss that moment :D

Speaking as an older sister, I'm guessing you mean "I'll be sure to remind him!"

TheKingKen 22

Oh yeah, that too. I'll make sure to write it on my calendar on the year 2025 or something.