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By Anonymous / Monday 1 July 2013 20:35 / United States - Tunkhannock
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By  shaww  |  28

It's even worse for me. I tried saying, while babysitting, "I'll also put your son to sleep" and was thinking to myself, "I'll do the dishes as well" and ended up saying "I'll do your son to sleep"

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By  rapunzel3416  |  28

I do this kind of thing all the time. People look at me weird but I'm use to it now.

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  Nordrag  |  25

Yeah. I didn't understand that at all when I commented. Thank the lord you clarified for me.

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  Nordrag  |  25

I'm honestly wondering now if you've beaten me at my own game. You can't be serious right? I was being extremely sarcastic.

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  Nordrag  |  25

It's hard to tell some days. That's why I make mine as blatant as possible. The most confusing is when sarcasm is answered with sarcasm because my initial reaction is to assume the other person is an idiot. Well played though.

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  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

Don't worry 38, your initial thoughts are usually correct, evolution has prepared us for the idiots, they usually go unnoticed, kind of invisible to the normal eye, like the leaves in the wind...

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@53, everyone always talks about wanting sarcasm fonts and symbols, but doesn't that detract from the effect of the sarcasm? It's like explaining why a joke is funny as you tell it. I can't be alone in thinking that, right?

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  dancinwookie  |  21

To be fair to #2 though, I do this all the time as well, but I have my brain tumor that causes my oral awkwardness. For example, in this case, I would've heard "Thank you," processed what I heard, and then, because I'm thinking of their 'Thanks', I say it in my response! Catastrophes!!! I feel like a total boner every time.

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  MzZombicidal  |  36

#3, From reading this FML and this comment all I can think of is you telling a larger person that you had a "Brain Fat" when unable to give them advice for weight loss.

By  ThatGuyWhoTalks  |  10

Wow that's bad thing to say

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  TinyEMT  |  6

Yes, healthcare workers deal with grief every day but each patient is different and may affect you in different ways. Some deaths hit harder than others to me, depending on the circumstance. for example, if they spent a significant amount of time with this patient, more so than they would on average with other patients, they may have been more upset than usual.

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