By Moe - 23/01/2009 12:08 - United Kingdom

Today, I went back to my flat after a night on the town and staying at my girlfriend's. My flat was flooded. I had been sick in the sink and left the tap on all night. FML
I agree, your life sucks 7 336
You deserved it 24 849

Same thing different taste

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You mean that magical thing called a DRAIN! That's a good question #2

That's what you get for being... sick in the sink. Whatever that means.

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That's what you get for being... sick in the sink. Whatever that means.

rachilio 26

It means they threw up in the sink.

It's gross to think about puke and water flooding the flat...

why doesn't your sink have one of those things that sucks up the water so it doesn't overflow?

You mean that magical thing called a DRAIN! That's a good question #2

No, he/she means the other hole near the top which stops the water from overflowing when the drain is blocked.

MoroseMoose 47

This comment was funnier than the actual FML. But #16 is right

Is that really how they talk in England? wow...I'm amazed

hamster_10 2

What do you mean 'is this how they talk in England?' the language is English, your the ones that are saying it weirdly if you don't speak like that, obviously the way they speak it is right

I believe she is referring too how you say some things like for instance sick on the sink we would jut say threw up in the sink

Did you know that ,actually Americans speak correct English. When the colonists came to America they spoke the way Americans do and it remained that way till today. Through time England itself changed and the way they spoke changed as well. Its what Historians say.

sugar_407 0

fake. 1: there is this thing called a DRAIN. and 2: even if there was too much water, there are overflow holes in the top.

kgromer 2

Depends on where. In the bathroom there are those holes, but in most kitchens there are not.

I'm curious as to why he was sick at his apartment but then went to his girlfriend's?