By looloogirl - United States
Today, I am not allowed to have any of my candy because of my sister's weight problem. FML
looloogirl tells us more :
FROM THE OP: yes, i have way more problems than this candy incident, but ironically its the only one that ever got posted. go figure. for the record, i am not fat myself. i am 5 ft 1 and weigh 95 lbs. k? My mother threw away the candy, so i cannot eat it. its not possible for me to do now, its in the dump. and for all of you assholes that say "omg this site sucks because of posts like this", go to a different site. nobody is forcing you to come here.
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Here's a song dedicated to your candy

"...Remember when I was young so were you
time stood still love was all we knew
You were the first, so was I
made love and then you cried
Remember when
Remember when we vowed the vows walked the walk
Gave our hearts, made the start, it was hard
lived and learned, life threw curves
There was joy, there was hurt
Remember when..."

  blobner_bob  |  0

hes got a point though this site has so many pointless FMLs they probably would've accepted "I didn't get very much halloween candy" and post it on the site.

By  PoeticPixie  |  0

This actually makes sense to me if your sister is trying to DO something about her weight problem. You should be sympathetic and not eat things in front of her that she can't have. If she's NOT trying to do anything about her weight problem, then yeah, FYL

  Sun_Kissed18  |  25

Well no one says she is eating it in front of while her moaning and "Mmmmmmm"ing while her sister is chewin on celery. If she was then I would understand; however, if she is just looking for a sweet treat in her room every now and then I don't see the big deal in making her suffer because her sister is a bit (or a lot) overweight.

  IndigoFuckYou  |  9

Normally siblings (unless there's a huge age difference) are treated equally by their parents; if one was allowed to have junk food while the other wasn't, it would be seen as unfair by the one not allowed to eat junk.

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

I don't think it's that unrelated. Your parents are just trying to spare the OP the struggle that her sister has with her weight. Maybe it was her sister's fault, maybe it's genetic, but her parents are just doing it for her.

By  xxorganizedmess  |  0

Today I saw this TV show where this guy was trying to lose weight, and he was on a self imposed, pretty strict diet, and he was doing REALLY well, and his wife keeps saying "mmm, I love this butter," and "can you get me 3 ice cream sandwiches," and "can you get me a can of coke?"

Yeah, this FML reminded me of that(not in a bad way)

But anyways, OP, that really sucks, and your parents shouldn't have let you go if they were going to do that to you.

Steal it and eat it when nobody's looking :D

  SaintJimmy  |  0

"Oh my gosh did you see last nights episode of 'America's Fattest Fatties'? A 900 pound woman lost a pound and a half and cried for 20 minutes!"

By  Luckster  |  0

You too? I suffer a similar problem because we have a diabetic in the house. We're not allowed to have anything he can't have. We can't even have real burgers anymore. Only soy.