By screwed - 29/05/2009 23:21 - United States

Today, I was hit by a truck while walking to school. It was the driver's fault as I was in a crosswalk. My parents met me at the hospital where I had minor injuries. They began discussing what the insurance money would be spent on. They decided on a second honeymoon to Las Vegas. FML
I agree, your life sucks 60 753
You deserved it 3 018

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You know, even if you're a minor (guessing here), you CAN sue your parents if they use the money for anything that isn't used DIRECTLY for your own well-being.

Awww...they really love you. Now you have no reason to spend any hard earned money you make later in life on them! 8D

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so u get some days off school and they go to Vegas everyone wins

His parents must be delusional. If he has only minor injuries, the money the insurance will be giving back isn't going to be enough for a glamourous trip like that. Hence, the term "minor" injuries.

Awww...they really love you. Now you have no reason to spend any hard earned money you make later in life on them! 8D

You know, even if you're a minor (guessing here), you CAN sue your parents if they use the money for anything that isn't used DIRECTLY for your own well-being.

FYL. Atleast you only had minor injuries? LOL

that's pretty lame fyl

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Hahahaha funny lmao

Sir are you ok it appears you're having a seizure. Hurry someone with the mobile app call 911

Your parents know how to live. Maybe they'll send you to an unlicensed surgeon so they can afford the Presidential Suite.

Vegas is pretty cool, but I wouldn't go there for a second honeymoon. I'd be really pissed if I was you. I hope they were joking.

That money = yours. They cannot touch it, so it doesn't matter what they think they wanna spend it on. You get access to it when you turn 18. That's how it is in New york.