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  KatieMajestic  |  17

Ah, the beauties of autocorrect. Sorry for not spelling Nazi with a capital, I thought my phone would correct that, and as for 'to' and 'too' I use 'to' more often than 'too' so my phone thought I meant 'to'. Oblivious was an autocorrect though.

  Welshite  |  39

There is a two minute editing period for a reason. As a self-proclaimed Grammar Nazi, you should have been aware of your mistakes and corrected them accordingly.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I don't know, 29, it comes in handy for us lazy people haha. It only screws me over whenever I swear, such as "Duck" or "Shot". Autocorrect is like one of your quiet friends who doesn't talk much, but when they do they say the craziest shit you've never heard before.


Please do not call yourself a grammar Nazi. Seeing from your lack of using commas, resulting in run on sentences, you are hardly a grammarian. If you are going to correct others, at least be correct while doing so.

  Lacist  |  19

The fact that you're apologizing for autocorrect and typos, is funny because I'm pretty sure that guy just missed a letter when he was typing.
(K and N are pretty close to each other)

  JennaNGood  |  21

I agree completely, but am mildly surprised at the expansive repertoire of comparable stories I have to this. What is it with teenage girls and thinking that it's perfectly fine to steal your clothes? Once I lent a friend my favourite pair of sweats and then when I asked for them back the next week she actually asked if she could keep them cause she liked them.

  daniel_dd31  |  13

19- Should have borrowed money from her and said "can I keep it, I just like money so much." I mean it's almost the same thing, the pants do cost money.

  falon142012  |  22

I had a friend who would borrow things and never give them back. Dresses, boots, shirts, anything. Eventually I just went to her house and took everything back. I'm not sure which would be worse; having someone "borrow" things and never give them back, or steal things without you knowing. Probably the latter, because then you'd just never know what happened to those things.


I want to feel sorry for OP, but I can't. The way you worded the FML indicates you let the stealing go on for a while before finallh confronting your friend. In that case, YDI.

  emirie  |  21

I had a friend "borrow" a ton of my things, including a laptop and a camera. When I called her to get all my things back she said fine, come over. When I got there, a cop was waiting for me because she called them saying I was harassing her and was going to her house to rob her. I never got my shit back. Thieves are horrible people.

  peacejunior  |  12

Thank you 44. It made sense after you translate it. We were taught this code in history class in 7th grade. Not in English language though. The name sounds funny here.

By  Mauskau  |  35

I had a friend that did that. She insisted that she had the same clothes, yet I had never seen her in them until mine went missing. I also had a friend that stole an old bath towel from my bathroom which had hair dye on it and a map of an island my parents had been to. She insisted it was hers and refused to give it back, not that we needed it back, it was more the principal. Now I don't lend people things :(