By drkate25 - 18/12/2012 22:02 - United States - Enfield

Today, I ate brunch at my in-laws. The food all tasted off to me so I didn't eat much, telling my mother-in-law I was watching my weight. Later on, while out doing a bit of shopping, I stopped at a red light. Guess who pulled up next to me while I was scarfing a fast food burger. FML
I agree, your life sucks 22 807
You deserved it 30 465

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Scarf away not your fault they don't know how to cook.

Just tell them you ARE watching your weight... Go up!

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Just tell them you ARE watching your weight... Go up!

Or you could say you slipped on your diet!

Awww, you beat me to it! :(

Scarf away not your fault they don't know how to cook.

Scarfing... is a new one for me. :S

You have never heard the term "scarfing"?? That is very odd.

3- exactly! Back when my mom and stepdad were dating, his parents would always invite them for thanksgiving, and they made bad food. (Kinda funny, my stepdad didn't like it either). They'd usually go to a restaurant later.

32- I've always heard it as snarfing.

If she doesn't ask, don't bother explaining. Lying after that would just make it look worse. lol

Payton manning?

Milan Kunis? I'm sorry I'm not site what game we are playing....

Just looks like you broke down on your diet, like most people do. I doubt she blames you.

Yeah, pull the 'ol "I hadn't had one in so long and I couldn't help it."

Why are you asking me?

It was a rhetorical question.

Let me guess, Santa Claus?

A swing and a miss.

That sucks, but not your fault though :P When I'm staying over at my boyfriend's house I always buy some backup food in case I can't eat a lot of what I'm served. I absolutely love his mom! She's super-duper awesome, but not that good at cooking :]

sometimes honestyis the best policy, true story

Spelling is a better policy.

Why she missed the space between honesty and is? That's grammar by the way.