By unknown - 26/02/2012 13:53 - United States

Today, I gave my little brother my iPhone so he could play a game. I soon forgot about it, and when I got it back two hours later, there was pudding and a couple of big cracks in it. FML
I agree, your life sucks 17 062
You deserved it 30 799

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Dude never lend your phone to someone younger than you... Not really your fault but should have know better.

You can't trust little kids with expensive things. Always keep an eye on them with expensive things.

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Dude never lend your phone to someone younger than you... Not really your fault but should have know better.

I'm the same way, especially after I got to see my brother throw my moms phone across the room :/

Legible I was asleep my sister got my phone and threw it against the wall not my fault but still got blamed LOL moms priorities are in order

One time my neice wanted to play with my iPod and I was like "NO." (she was two at the time) and so she started crying and my mom made me give it to her to play Cut the Rope. We had the door open to the backyard and I left to use the bathroom. When I came back she was gone and I raced into our backyard and I saw her about to chuck my iPod into our pool. So I like ran towards her as fast as I could and snatched her up, yanked my iPod out of her hands, spun around then kissed her on the cheek so she wouldnt cry and plopped her back on the floor and quickly walked away leaving her epically confused. So from now on until shes 13 she is not allowed to mess with any of my electronics.

One time my neice wanted to play with my iPod and I was like "NO." (she was two at the time) and so she started crying and my mom made me give it to her to play Cut the Rope. We had the door open to the backyard and I left to use the bathroom. When I came back she was gone and I raced into our backyard and I saw her about to chuck my iPod into our pool. So I like ran towards her as fast as I could and snatched her up, yanked my iPod out of her hands, spun around then kissed her on the cheek so she wouldnt cry and plopped her back on the floor and quickly walked away leaving her epically confused. So from now on until shes 13 she is not allowed to mess with any of my electronics.

U had to post it twice?

26 & 27 cool story bro

@26 More like 23.

Reminds me of the time my cousin dropped my iPod in the toilet. Good times.

26- Cool story bro, I'll go get my bro who is an expert on cool stories such as this one.

1 - *known, sorry it was bothering me.

26-cool story hoe, suck it again(;

69- I just said that.

Hey 66 I'm on my iPhone auto correct isn't always the best lol

Why would it auto-correct away from a real word?

114- you've obviously never had an iPod/iPhone/iPad

114- you've obviously never had an iPod/iPhone/iPad

Thanks 118 you got a point

I can top all of that... my little cousin chucked mine out the window :|

He is so respectful

Of course, I wish my brothers were courteous enough to put pudding in my phone

Hey! I moderated this one! Cool.

Hey 2, I love your picture, from the Vatican museum, right?

Being as he is a 'younger brother', I'm going to assume it was just him being the child he is. He probably didn't mean anything by it.

You can't trust little kids with expensive things. Always keep an eye on them with expensive things.

Or don't give them expensive things in the first place.

My younger brother is 18 and ruined my laptop the same! Younger brothers should never be trusted!

Shit... I remember playing with sticks as swords, reenacting scenes from lord of the rings because I was obsessed with them when I was a kid. I guess kids have no imagination nowadays huh?

My brother got an iPad from our dad for Christmas 2 years ago and he never uses it so he gave it to his 4 year old. He doesn't have it stashed with his other toys and has to ask to play with it, but he plays with it all the time. He understands he has to be careful with it but I'm pretty sure he's smarter than the average toddler.

YDI, give him a toy or something instead.

Everyone knows kids like to purposely break things!

He didn't know any better.You should have been watching him. YDI

That kind of depends on his age. Some children are more careful than others. I agree that it is OPs fault. He should've been supervising him better.

I let my 3-year-old son play with my iPhone often. But he knows where his apps to play with are. And he knows that it is breakable and shouldn't be treated badly. He knows that he has to treat my phone like one of his toys. Or else he gets my phone taken away from him and one of his toys. Moral of the story, if you're going to allow a child to play with your expensive things, then lay down rules and back them up! But it's, definitely, not a YDI. It's an FYL because she was only trying to be nice.

Now you learned by the hard way.

Little brothers and iPhones don't go together. Because it isn't his he won't care if he hurts it. So that was a mistake on your part. Your little brother also sounds young to be putting pudding on it.

Hurts it? It's not an animal!

17- Exactly what I was thinking!

You're never too old for pudding!

If you care so much about it, you wouldn't of forgot about it.

Oh Iphone, bring me a dream!

This is why we can't have nice things.