By Anonymous - United Kingdom - Barry
Today, I had to sneak out of work to get my daughter from her school. Apparently, she had thought that hurling a bowling ball down the stairs during the lunch hour rush would make her cool. In actual fact, it made her expelled. FML
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  xoconnie  |  8

Was she dared or something because since when is throwing a bowling ball down the stairs "cool"? Does this happen in anyone else's school lol

  SirCharles83  |  13

I edited my comment because initially I forgot what was spelled wrong (three and baseball). The edit didn't work and now I clearly am the dumb ass. This is what I get for trying to correct someone- for the first time might I add.

  syley  |  5

Those first 6 words, in 4's comment, mean close to the world to a good number of high schoolers. (I'm giving a reason why the daughter might have done such a stupid act)

By  lotrgeek  |  10

Today, my mom snuck out of work to come pick me up from school. She thought hiding my expulsion would make her look like a better parent, but instead it made her look unemployed. FML

  DocBastard  |  38

Ilovesuju - The fact that you used "boss" as an adjective invalidates your entire argument.

Not to mention the fact that you are indeed a "kid" if either of the people in your profile pic is you.

  ilovesuju  |  10

Ok well people use that statement all the time so I guess I'm just used to it now, I never thought of analyzing it. Plus my picture was of me, I'm a girl,but I recently changed it and the picture I have now is of a guy in the band "super junior" hence my name "Ilovesuju". It's a celebrity crush.

  DocBastard  |  38

Suju - 17 is very much a kid, trust me. I know, a lot of 17-year olds seem to think they are adults and can take care of themselves. You don't see it until you're well past it, believe me.

  downtime  |  12

LOL you think at 17 you aren't still a kid? Even legally you're still a child by law, at least in Australia, and as far as I know that applies in all western countries. Hell, you can't even drink in the US yet, kid.