By nichaneely - 10/02/2010 03:32 - United States
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Actually, I'm just gunna assume the kid followed OP home.. and hacked him to death.. And OP's spirit has managed to learn how to use a key-board even though, he is not in the physical worlld, but in the spirit world.. It's alright, OP.. We have your message.. Just give us the name..
Kriptonite if you're going to troll make it air tight, or you just look like an uneducated idiot yourself (nice capitalisation by the way). Have a read of the FAQ: "Fmylife.com contains a daily dose of short anecdotes, based on a simple recipe: in a few sentences, users can tell everyone the shitty moment which ruined their day". This clearly applies to OP. Thanks for playing nerd.
Kriptonite, I worked at a coffee shop for awhile after graduating from college EARLY with nearly a 4.0 gpa. I am now attending one of the most prestigious graduate schools in the country. Just because someone works in a coffee shop, it does not mean they are uneducated or unintelligent. What it comes down to is that shit happens and you make do. The OP could be a victim of the economy, be a student, or simply be figuring out where life is taking him. Next time you go into a coffee shop, Kriptonite, remember they have a weird power over you. You treat them like crap, you could end up with things you didn't order--decaf, whole milk, etc.
I'm a sophomore in college and I work at the coffee shop in the library on my campus, and I have a 3.7 GPA. I wish I could be like the spoiled sorority girls who get all the money they need from mommy and daddy, but I actually have to work for it. Get a life kriptonite. People like you are the ones who say "GET A JOB!" to everyone but then act like having a part time job is for losers.
@#136: Don't hate on sorority girls--I'm the president of my sorority, I am an Economics major, and I work ~20 hours a week to make ends meet, as do many of my sorority sisters. Generalizations like that incorrectly stereotype us. I promise we're not as spoiled and bratty as you believe us to be.
No, you misunderstand. The mom is a bitch because she blamed denying the kid of sweets on the OP instead of taking responsibility herself and telling her kid "no". SHE's the parent, not OP. Plus, if the kid was going to throw a tantrum, then that's her fault as well. It all boils down to parenting.
@177, while I agree its not really a FML, what would have been more appropriate is the mom following OP with, "you're not allowed to have any", instead of making it seem that the only reason he couldn't have a cup of whip cream after throwing a tantrum was that a stranger was "mean". Mom needed to show some authority instead of passing the blame off on the Starbucks guy. That's not good parenting.
lol that realy isent an fml I mean realy are you evergona see those people again?
I hate these people that say stop working at these type of places, go to school, and get a job. obviously they never went to college and had to find some way to pay tuition, if anything those people should get out of their mom's house, go to college, and get a job. nuff said
Although it was already said many times. I am just mentioning that I an 2 classes away from having my degree in Accounting and I work at a Starbucks. So, it is not that we that work at part time job that don't have an education. I have gone to the number one high school in the nation and a very good university. However university is very expensive. I have to pay for it somehow. To the OP: this has happened to me as well, I do think that if the parent blames you it is a cop out but it does not hurt you. It is just poor parenting.
you shouldve said "oh actually little kid, I think we might have some right here if ur bitch ass mom will hold on a second."