By Anonymous - Canada - Regina
Today, I found out the girl I met online, who I spent hours talking to every day for the past 2 months, and who I fell in love with is actually my gay roomate. He says if I could fall in love with "her", I can fall in love with him. It doesn't work that way, dickhead. FML
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  DaRito  |  25

I'm surprised there aren't more comments from butthurt SJW's about OP being a "homophobe".

Damn I hate those comments on every FML involving gay people.

  doodlecloud  |  26

I don't think it 'just can't work'. Unlikely sure, but I think for some people it's personality that's important and the rest of it just kinda comes afterwards, even if they weren't expecting they would consider themselves straight until they found the right person. Technically, bisexuality or pansexuality or something else I suppose, but heterosexuality is the 'default norm' so it wouldn't surprise me if some people just considered themselves straight because they've never really considered anything else before. Either way, this was a dick move by the roommate though. Gay, straight or whatever else, relationships shouldn't be built on lies.

  ninety  |  25

I don't think people consider themselves straight because they "never considered anything else." I think most straight people consider themselves straight because they're physically attracted to the opposite sex, plain and simple. And/or because the thought of another guy's dick in their ass is a total turn off. Shocking.

  Allie614032  |  34

This is definitely an FYL, but to all the people saying that it could never work out because he's straight, there are now scientific studies proving that even straight men can become aroused by other straight men (and vice versa with straight women). Sexuality is fluid. And if he "fell in love" with this girl, then it is possible for the guy. I'm not saying that he has to attempt a relationship, because I'd certainly be pissed off by the lying and tricks; however, it's not entirely out of the realm of possibility, assuming one keeps an open mind.