By RosesAreRed - 14/2/2010 18:52 - United States
Today, I received a bouquet of flowers. I thought they might be from my crush, so I excitedly opened the card. It was from my druggie ex-boyfriend, who apparently can't move on with his life even after three years. The contents of the card? "Baby, I got you like a habit, and I can't give you up". FML
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  ladiesman14  |  0

i bet you bought him all kinds of crack and dope and made him addict ? then when you didnt want to party amymore you dumped him. after he smoked himself retarded you kicked him out YOU BITCH.

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  morella_xx  |  29

I'm just going to go ahead and assume you're ~13 years old. A "druggie" in middle school (the kid who smokes cigarettes and weed on the weekends) is a far cry from a "druggie" in the adult world. If he's making jokes about his drug use he obviously doesn't view it as a problem, which the OP does. So no, disregarding her feelings to further his interests is not "nice." But it is pretty typical of an addict.

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#73, Bullshit!

In the adult world, there are idiots who label anyone who smokes pot as “druggies”. The lie of Reefer Madness is still told and believed by gullible adults.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

I guess you've never been relentlessly pursued by an ex or someone you don't care for? I was stalked for a couple of years by an abusive ex and it wasn't cute or anything to be grateful for. I can see this being an FML moment. I would've refused delivery.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Actually I never told anyone but my husband, the police, and my therapist but I can see how someone like you would assume I'm desperate for attention. Didn't get enough hugs as a kid? Mummy didn't love you?

Better a sob story than a lame troll. Because nothing says "I avoid the spotlight" like naming yourself ladiesman, you twat.