By sadmommy - 23/4/2012 22:51 - United States - Keller
Today, I discovered that last night, my son snuck downstairs at 3am, drank two glasses of my very expensive wine, threw up on his bed, and then slept in his own vomit. My son is 14. FML
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  Demonfish  |  14

He threw up from 2 glasses of wine? Seriously? It must have been some potent stuff, because that's the only explanation I can think of that doesn't involve the word "lightweight"....

  gantzlord  |  5

Perhaps he's not quite the lightweight everyones making him out to be, the way I took it was that OPs kid drank two normal everyday drinking glasses full of wine, with the cups I have that would be about half a bottle of wine.

  kyrosk91  |  6

Her name's Madison... Who the hell is this Kayla that she's so desperate to be? -sigh- I laughed at the joke. My first experience with alcohol was about that age. My dad let me try it...

  murdersquirrel  |  15

Look out, she can and will be a bitch if you mess with her. First of all, why do you feel the need to "warn" people on FML of your bitchitude? What terrible behavior for a 14 year old girl. You should be ashamed, even if just for referring to yourself that way. Why so much pride in your entirely not unique ability to be something that people actually don't ever want around? If only you knew. It's a beautiful thing to grow the fuck up.

One day, Kayla/Madison. One day.

  mpfau797  |  0

You miss seem like a bratty idiot. Sorry for being rude but I saw yolo and lost respect for you :). So I got the joke you must not see humor. Also what's up with the name. It should be I'mkaylaandimabitch

  HeartOfLead  |  24

Please excuse me for pointing this out but, I THINK this can be considered "cyberbullying" (I HATE SAYING THAT WORD, I MEAN IT SOUNDS RIDICULOUS). But the BEST part of this is that I'm kind of forced to look down on you. This is mainly because a bunch of "grown-ups" or grown men/women are "beating on" this child for sounding 'STUPID' or like a 'BRAT' (just quoting you guys). Don't get me wrong though, I don' really intend to or didn't aim to defend her (she's not exactly correct in what she said). Besides, this is FML ONLY you're new here, I'd be understanding if you flipped because of the INFINITE amount of IGNORANCE SOME people spew on here (believe or not I've been reading posts, comments, etc. for about two years now, so I've seen people come and go and read/modded the most unforgivingly retarded things). This is just silly. [ I apologize for my poor grammar ]

  Metteris  |  0

Well, the legal age for drinking in Denmark used to be 15 (it's 16 now). So 14 isn't that far of in some countries.
We have some kind of communion thing at age 13, and it's pretty normal to have a glass of wine or something similar. Not get wasted, but to have a "taste of adult life". :)

  Metteris  |  0

102, well obviously I know that, since I was comparing this situation with how it is in Denmark (my country) by saying that 14 isn't far from the legal age in SOME countries. But I guess you didn't understand my comment then. Should I explain any further??

Anyway, I totally agree with people saying the legal drinking age in the US should be changed. Not that it affects me, but it's just such a ridiculous law that will never teach young people how to drink responsibly.

An on the topic of Denmark. It's been ranked the best place to live, happiest place on earth and so on, on numerous occasions - so I think it's fair to say that the low legal age for drinking hasn't harmed us.

  Benchyface  |  11

126, You're not dumb, just Danish derp not getting her facts straight, because it's Norway, not Denmark. Denmark on the other hand is topping the percentage of alcoholics in Europe. ~

  shuzuko  |  2

I had my first shot and first mixed drink when I was 13. It was a family function; I had several people watching over me and directing me to drink lots of water and watch how fast I was drinking my alcohol. I had fun and got a bit of a buzz, and got to learn, safely and first-hand exactly what alcohol was like and how to drink it responsibly. It's now 11 years later and I've never once been blackout drunk or done anything stupid while drinking.

OMFG so a kid had alcohol at 14. His parents were probably treating it like some sort of horrible taboo, and that's why he felt the need to sneak a bunch of it. If the US weren't so damned backwards, treating alcohol and sex like the fucking devil while glorifying violence, maybe we would have more happy people and less wars.

  zachherbert  |  10

I agree that the age for drinking in the US should change. Young men and women can serve our country and fight for our freedom before they can legally enjoy a cold beer? Ridiculous.

  luckyd880  |  12

Everyone makes mistakes. Your parents should be so proud they brought you up to be so do stupid stuff. Doesn't mean he's a bad egg.


why do people keep saying "kid" his a fucking teenager, yeah he should know better if you have actually talked to him about alcohol consumption, before if not YDI, but anyway if you did and he still wants to act like an "adult" then treat him like one! it worked for my parents

  Sannekee  |  18

An adult would steal, look at the prisons.
Treat him like an adult, don't go and hide or lock the alcohol now, just show him consequences when he takes something that isn't his to take!