By wtfmama - United States - Hudson
Today, I walked into the living room to find my 11-year-old daughter about to kiss her "not my boyfriend" on the lips. When I asked what she thought she was doing, she peeled a piece of scotch tape off her lips and said, "It's okay! We're using protection." FML
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
  SMHsohard  |  22

This FML made my day. I would have had to bite my tongue to keep from laughing, because it sounded like she was really serious, and embarrassing a tween usually doesn't end well. Later, the two of us would have a "girl talk" so she could have a basic understanding of what protection is really all about.

But, really, this is freaking funny.

  EVnIAS  |  13

#117 it's the easiest and most effective way of population control amongst children. They kill each other and only the strongest survive. That being said I loved your comment I made me laugh.

  7yzzFML  |  17

What i want to know is what OP meant by when she said "I asked what she thought she was doing", sounds as if she was interrogating the daughter, which is quite inappropriate because kissing is very normal at that age.. Shame that theres parents like that

  Nintystar98  |  8

I think the point was that the daughter said the boy was "not her boyfriend". I tell my parents when I'm in a relationship. If she denied having a boyfriend, it's probably because her parents don't want her dating yet, and she went behind their backs.

  ckcortez  |  10

Well yeah, I come from a Hispanic, over-protective family. I don't know, I guess it's just that "my little girl is growing up" kind of thing.

By  lndala  |  15

I think that was really cute. You're lucky she's already thinking about protection and it's only a kiss. Hopefully, she won't take it much further at her age.