By Nucléotide - 28/07/2008 09:37 - France

Today, I'm looking after three little girls, aged 3, 5 and 7 years old. We're watching Bambi, and when the mom dies, my eyes tear up. The girls', not so much. They climb on my knees, telling me that it's just a cartoon. FML
I agree, your life sucks 582
You deserved it 108


cheesecake12 12

Different generations different feelings. Or they are just emotionless kids. It's a classic damnit. lol

Well now they are 11, 13, and 15 years old :D

I just realised that too. How come this FML from 8 years ago is at the top of the Latest page, which I just realised also has FML from 2015 and 2012. Are they recycling FMLs just so that they can apply their 1 ad for every 6 FMLs? Omg I feel tricked.

#10 if you notice it is categorized as FML World. It was on the other site and translated to English

Which is interesting because I didn't think FML existed until 2009. Unless that was just a global launch year.

Dodge4x4Ram 46

its sad when they stop drawing her

I still cry when Mufasa dies in The Lion King. Disney movies can be so freaking sad.

I feel like I cry more at movies now than I did as a kid. It's harder for kids to grasp concepts like death and loss.

Don't sweat it OP. I didn't develop the ability to cry over sad things until I was about 15. I didn't even cry at my grandparents' funerals between the ages of 9-14. Then one day, during a sad talk about unfortunate people in my school, I was legitimately stunned when tears just started rolling down my cheeks. Maybe 10 years from now they'd all be crying when Bambi dies. And there's no shame in that.

I don't think this is an fml... ik think it's cute they wanted to console you.