By c*nt - Canada - London
Today, I was Skyping with this kid, when his girlfriend started arguing with him. They do this every other week, and there was a bet on when they'd finally break up. I egged the guy on and told him not to take her shit. She ended up dumping him. Now I feel like an asshole, and all for a lousy $20. FML
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  MoodyBlue320  |  11

I mean, if OP were "interfering", per say, in a sincere manner like he sees she's a bitch and wants better for his friend, then it would be okay, but to break them up for a bet, what a douchebag. YDI.

  kawaiisakura  |  12

For ppl saying dont get involved if it doesnt involve you, does that include wen ppl r having affairs? Should people not tell the one being cheated on since it doesnt involve them? Relationships like that need the butting in. Most times those ppl r just in it to b w somebody n would rathr fight than leave

  Daiyuki  |  5

That's why he didn't put comfort* he put "comfort" you know, quotation marks? As in the phrase: You're "intelligent", you should help humanity. It seems to me like he was making a pedo joke since comforting usually involves hugs and such.

By  br0ccoli  |  14

Don't feel bad, it was bound to happen. In fact, you helped him out of his misery. You're a great friend and you probably saved yourself hours of hearing him complain.

  l0v3p4in  |  7

Friend? Where in this FML does OP reference this "kid" as his friend?

I don't even infer any type of close relationship between OP and this "kid" other than some casual acquaintance to whom he communicates weekly, which doesn't exactly necessitate a "friendship."

  l0v3p4in  |  7

63 - Yes, it is possible for people to talk weekly even for years and still not consider that person a friend. Friendship is not based on the quanity of time two people share, but the quality of the relationship. Just because Facebook labeled every person you connect with a "friend" doesn't make it so in reality. Like the word "love," "friend" has become overused and has lost quite a bit of the original context to which it was attributed.

  br0ccoli  |  14

I wouldn't spend that much time on someone I didn't consider 'a friend' lol. That weekly skype would take away time from actual friends don't you think?