By Moe - 25/09/2009 05:20 - United States

Today, I discovered that I had lost my phone. I drove to the campus to try and find it, and parked in a gated lot where you pay when you leave. All the buildings were closed, so I had to go home. That's when I realized that I didn't have my wallet to get my car out. And no phone to call a ride. FML
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You deserved it 7 659

Same thing different taste

Top comments

playfuldesk 0
Nomad609 0

I think if you lost a phone in a public place it would be useless to try and find it..


YDI for not using "the force" to lift your car out

KnotSlipKnoTSiC 0

it would be an fml if you actually had your wallet because you are a woman, you "drive" and you are a hazard to all people in close proximity. and your from ohio, which is where those emo faggots who made that faggy "slit my wrists" song are from. you ydi more.

playfuldesk 0
tomakobriefs 11

YDI: if you know you lost something, at least make sure you have your other necessities. Like your wallet. At least you didn't lock your keys in the car?

Nomad609 0

I think if you lost a phone in a public place it would be useless to try and find it..

doesn't that mean you were driving without a license?

The solutions are so many and so obvious! Walk home. Find someone walking around and ask to use their phone to call a friend. At that time of the night, almost everyone has free minutes. Go to a fraternity and volunteer for a gang-bang. I'm surprised you got into college with your complete lack of problem-solving skills. I'll bet your parents can afford to pay full-tuition, and probably make donations, too.

College admission standards have changed a lot over the years. Sometime in the past couple decades, someone decided that "everyone should have the opportunity to go to college" and it was discriminatory to not allow uneducated, lazy and illiterate people go to college. High school students responded to this through impromptu collective bargaining: they refused to learn, and dared the teachers and administrators to fail them. The teachers and administrations flinched, passed the students anyway... and then the students demanded their "right" to attend college. The powers-that-be at the colleges didn't want to appear politically incorrect, so they acknowledged the "right" of all these students to attend college. The result? A large number of lazy, illiterate college students who have to take remedial, 8th grade level math and English classes and are receiving failing grades for the first time in their lives. Problem solving skills???? Apparently no one running our schools has these, so why should they be required of students?

Use the free student phone, most places will have one. Ask someone in the library, it's usually open, to use theirs. Go to campus police, explain your situation. The first thing that came to my mine, beyond the fact that this would never happen to me, would be to use a payphone maybe?

But he doesn't have his wallet on him..