By wow - Canada - Edmonton
Today, I found out that my husband of 12 years has been sleeping with my best friend of even longer for who knows how long. She actually tried to turn it around on me and implied that it was my fault for finding out about it. FML
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  drewflav  |  17

I wouldn't call it a front. We're genuinely nice people (most of us anyway) but we have limitations to our tolerance for bullshit. Yes, we do sometimes go ape-shit crazy. Having said that, our "crazy" is considered normal first response in some places south of the 49th parallel, at least according to what I've seen on FML.

  dancinwookie  |  21

Siri is a smartass that can't be trusted these days.

On an aside, remember when Google Maps used to tell you to swim across the Atlantic if you asked for directions to anywhere overseas? Cheeky, but maybe it was just trying to promote physical fitness? **Please, take everything I say with a grain of salt. I'm a pretty nonsensical person.

  bamagrl410  |  31

It once told me to canoe across the Pacific Ocean...

  VeganVampyre  |  26

Of course it's her fault, how dare she not only discover, but also interfere in their relationship. You just can't have a good affair these days without someone finding out and ruining it. It's terrible!

On a serious note, I do feel bad for the OP, I know how it feels to have lying and cheating friends and I can only imagine how much worse this is.

  MrSassypants  |  32

Like, totally. I mean, it is like Schrödinger's cat. OP opened the box to find the cat dead and it is totally not the cat's fault for fuckin' humping OP's Husband... I mean poisoning itself or something.

By  WhisperSoflty  |  20

And several hours later, you explain to the police how you completely blacked out and can't remember a thing. You saw them, and the next thing you know you've got blood on your hands, standing over their dead bodies.
Don't forget to hire Billy Flinn. He's the best damn lawyer in town.