By Whoopsie / Wednesday 22 February 2012 15:53 / United States
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  KendalKeller  |  3

Dont give a fuck about grammar!

  Snafuusmc  |  12

I do know english....but being as you people are I wouldn't expect you to correct every single word that is misspelled. I don't type lyk dis your over exaggerating of what I said plus it was a little spelling error.

  sharonjinlee  |  2

some of you guys are being too cruel. people make mistakes and some people just type lyk dis. if u don't like it, you don't need to type that way. plus who says you can't make comments if you don't know proper english?? people all over the world uses english and are not going to be fluent. does that mean they cant join any kind of internet in english cause they arent fluent??

  teresa96706  |  29

I think that, 2 thought the fml said that the tall person tripped the short person because he said something about there being a "short fall"
And he was trying to impress everyone with his height.

  Sirin_fml  |  46

That is the saddest excuse for illiteracy I've heard all day. People who say stuff like "it isn't fucking English class" or similar things are missing the point. English class provides training for communicating in the real world. We don't shit in the middle of the street because "it isn't fucking potty-training class". Or at least I don't. Maybe I am just weird like this, but if we can't be bothered putting some effort into writing, maybe we should stick to reading.

  bfsd42  |  20

I kinda get the picture that op is the sort of self contained person who gets in peoples way without any regard for common courtesy. Otherwise they would not have been dangling their legs in the aisle. Op deserved it.

  KendalKeller  |  3

Ha Ha Ha

  crimsonprodigy  |  15

***Im not sure what you look like op, but I imagine if you're short enough you could have started crying and apoligized like a little kid.

If lucky, maybe a girl would have let you hug her ;)

  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Yeah, I can understand a long-legged person having his/her feet in the aisle but if you're short, wouldn't your feet dangle in front of you? How does someone walking in an aisle, presumably on your side, trip over your feet in that scenario?

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