By Anonymous - 5/1/2014 05:30 - United States - Saint Louis
Today, I was at a basketball game. Sitting in the bleachers, I looked over at my friend and said, "Number 33 has a really cute butt." The man in front of us turned around, looked me dead in the eye, and said, "Thanks." Number 33's dad was a very proud father. FML
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  Ambient25  |  24

I'm pretty sure Number 33 is a girl. I don't know any man who would take offense to a girl complimenting his son's features...

Hell if they did I'd just be like "Yep, he's got some good genes there".

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  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

I'm completely straight.. I say cute butt when it fits the situation.. There is such thing. And if you don't think so then you obviously don't have a well developed butt scaling system. You must pay more attention to butts.

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Wow, a lot of gross, sexist comments in this thread, trying to define what adjectives people can use based on their declared gender at birth or gender identity! Gender-exclusive adjectives, this is the equality-filled future.

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I'm all for gender equality, but your comment seems a tad extreme.
I personally like the fact that people of opposite genders use different terms when referring to people they find attractive.
I think it would be a rather mundane world if both men and women thought and spoke exactly alike. Diversity is what makes us, the human race, so great. It's not sexist to point out that there are differences between males and females. I'd be hard-pressed to believe that we live in a world where men and women are exactly alike.
If a guy were to say, "what a cute butt," or a girl were to say, "dat ass," (while I find that sort of language disgusting, coming from either men or women, they have the right to say it, nonetheless) I would have no qualms with that. However, I won't take away from a guy/girl's right to stick to "conventional" speak, should they choose.
Anyways, that's my two cents.

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  threer  |  30

I say "DAT ASS" all the time. I somehow find it kind of terrible that I say it, too, even though it's a joke. People need to stop objectifying eachother. I'll make more of an effort.

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  CerSpence  |  11

That isn't a comment... This isn't some text message conversation. The comments are used as a way for the reader to give advise to the OP, or to make a joke or tell a story. By making stupid comments like "lol sux 4 u", not only do you make yourself seem like an idiot, you waste space, forcing actual, good comments to go lower down or in other pages, where they are less likely to be seen. Please, for the sake of everyone, comment intelligently.

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  arandomusernameaa  |  20

You just got served.

By  ThomasBombadil  |  31

Sometimes parents should just stay quiet.

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  threer  |  30

Really? Objectification isn't funny. Sure, this is FML and everything is made out to be funny by you sick bitches, but people do get objectified and the only people who can change it is the people who do it. Stop taking advantage of people like that...