By Anonymous - 01/10/2015 06:18 - United States - San Francisco

Today, I asked my friend to come sit next to me in class. I pulled out the chair next to me. Coincidentally, she started to sit at that same moment. Now both she and my teacher are convinced I did it on purpose, and they want to have a talk with my parents. FML
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It's ok. One time i accidentally slipped and fell into my friend while holding a knife. Police said I "stabbed" him purposefully. I only tripped like 5 times.

Even if she fell what's the big deal? It's not like she got seriously hurt and even if you were joking it's not the worse thing someone could possibly do

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if I fits I sits

But she didn't fit... She wasn't worthy

chair denied!

I think they're making a big deal out of nothing. Hopefully they'll agree with you. Good luck!

Totally unrelated but you are incredibly beautiful

That sucks OP, but I'm sure if you explain and your friend knows it was an accident, everything will be fine.

Hopefully they understand that you didn't do it on purpose! Besides, is pulling out a chair really means for meeting with the parents?

Even if she fell what's the big deal? It's not like she got seriously hurt and even if you were joking it's not the worse thing someone could possibly do

You can get seriously hurt though, I don't know the exact terminology, but someone I know got a ruptured disc in his spine when someone pulled a chair out from under him. He was in great shape when that happened. Now he has to go to the doctor for a spine fusion or something every 6 months.

It's ok. One time i accidentally slipped and fell into my friend while holding a knife. Police said I "stabbed" him purposefully. I only tripped like 5 times.

My late husband ran into my knife ten times. Accidents happen.

That's how super villains are born.

Your "friend" is convinced you did it on purpose? Wow. Friends 4 life!

The body language of someone who is about to sit down is quite obvious op! Im not even sure if I believe you ;)

I totally agree with you. Also, if the chair was far enough out to already be sat in, you don't need to pull it out further.

I've seen this happen, so I don't completely agree with that. It's an accident on both parts.

Yup people are being taught by idiots, you're friend at the very least will understand if you haven't done something on this level before

Oh the irony!