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By VladyBoi - / Tuesday 1 November 2011 00:18 / United States
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I know some FML's are inevitably fake and I kinda think this one is. Unless that dad was fresh outta jail I doubt any parent (or any normal person) would react so violently. I've had foreign professors, doctors, and coworkers who have all mixed up phrases and idioms, and never was my first though to punch them but ask them to clarify instead.

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In Soviet Russia, the weather is a bit chilly, but still nice. There is a nice coffee shop north of Moscow. Great service.

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Eh, if OP speaks enough English to write and FML, -and it being perfectly written- I say YDI for obviously not paying attention.

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82- OP could've had his roommate or someone else American write it or check his writing. Also, having good grammar is far different from knowing American cultural subtleties.

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I agree with 82. Grammar is perfect, better than most americans. How could op not have known what he/she was saying in such basic english in this situation. And if op is straight from russia wouldnt the guy have heard a deep accent and given him some sort of break?

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Aww, What a bitch you're Roommate is… I suggest you don't take advice from him/her involving speaking English again. (Side note) GO RUSSIA :D

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In Soviet Russia... no. No. HELL NO! NO MATER HOW TEMPTING IT IS I REFUSE TO MAKE A SOVIET RUSSIA JOKE!! You're welcome.

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OMG Inglip!!! (Also, commenter who started original post is one of the thousands of people ive seen on the Internet that make me want to punch someone in the throat!)

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You know what? I really hate all these russian stereotypes I get bothered at school because of them (and I don't have an accent I have lived in th U.S. For my whole entire life) so please stop with all the stereotyping

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I'm Iraqi, think of how many stereotypes I get thrown at me.. I've lived in Canada my whole life, but my skin color remains. ;) Just brush em off bro.

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