By joeheathen - 13/11/2009 12:57 - United States
Today, I went to the pharmacy to purchase a brace for my sprained wrist. My wife and I had recently ran out of KY lotion, so I decided to pick up a bottle while I was there. It didn't occur to me that these two items could be perceived as being related until the cashier began to giggle. FML
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  Ox_Baker  |  0

You know, I did the same thing a couple of months ago. I'm a writer, so I read a lot of different books for research and stuff. I went to a used bookstore and found two books I thought would be interesting - "Hope and Recovery" (the Sexaholics Anonymous book) and "The Cub Scout Handbook." FML.

  Person1233  |  12

Will you shut the fuck up? Description of the site:

"It’s a collection of everyday anecdotes and stories likely to happen to anyone and everyone, sent to us exclusively by our users, which we then publish on the site. This is a space where you can let it all out and unwind by sharing the little things that screw with your day, and maybe realize that you are not alone in experiencing day to day crap."

It's not supposed to be something like "Today, I was raped. While filing the police report, a random hobo came up to me and shot me in the chest. While in the hospital, I was told I have AIDs. FML." It's supposed to be funny anecdotes that ruin someone's day.

  DameGreyWulf  |  0

I wasn't trying to be sexist, if you'll look up I was responding to an earlier commenter, who actually was being sexist.
But you can go ahead and stay butthurt if you want, pansy.

  Omgplz  |  3

Oh yeah, worse thing ever. I'll tell the starving, aids-infected children in Africa that no, their life is not the thing that could happen cuz some guy mistakenly got accused of masturbating to much. I'm sure they'll take that well.

  Candide_fml  |  0

And people like YOU piss ME off. Words like "awesome" are often overused by complete douche bags. Why don't you grow a vocabulary and cancel your subscription to AOL.


In my opinion, use any excited exclamation you like, just as long as it doesn't offend when it isn't meant to. Honestly, it doesn't even have to be a real word. My friend uses 'yayness!'
But if you are going to criticize grammar, at least think about what you suggest. Awesome too doesn't fit in the context, as it is based on the word awe. I don't think any of us are in AWE of these funny little stories, even if we like them. ;)