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  Kielnmsoftly  |  26

#65 I don't care what the fuck he's on. It's his fault for taking those drugs the first time and needs to give OP his clarinet back somehow. If he really wants to change, he can admit he has a problem and get help since there's many programs for that.


Well, people here usually up vote a comment if it:
-Has humor and clever wordplay
-Gives good advice
-Is relatable

Just to name a few. Then again, FML doesn't really have any logic. It's either we like your comment or we don't, I guess.


I couldn't edit my last comment to add this additional thought but here's another thing:

And people usually down vote if:
-It's irrelevant and/or pointless
-Has terrible grammar
-Or a failed attempt at humor.

But like I said, there probably isn't any logic behind why people up or down vote things.

  Ozomulsion  |  11

They vary from brand-to-brand and quality-to-quality.

Plastic student models in perfect or new condition can range from about $200-$600. Used plastic ones in poor condition usually go for $125 and far lower. Used wood clarinets without any serious damage usually go from the low $100's-$1000+ depending on the brand. Brand new wood clarinets of more expensive brands, such as Buffet, Selmer, and Leblanc can range from around $2000 upwards to $8000+. Perfect working metal clarinets, especially ones made of sterling, can be valued at over $1000. Trashed metal clarinets generally are worth no more than $50.

  zeemonster424  |  15

I've never seen a good, metal clarinet. Bravo! You know your stuff! I doubt he got a good price for it though... Desperate for drug money, he probably took the first offer from the shop.

  JazNim17  |  18

After my house burned, my band director bought me a brand new Leblanc clarinet. It was $2,500, and he paid for it himself. I cried when I found out, because he bought it to replace my cheap plastic one.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Unfortunately he probably got a horrible deal on it because he was desperate to sell it and probably took the first offer, plus the guy buying it would see his desperation and probably lowball him knowing he would take any offer he could just to get the money for drugs. Sad really.

By  Intahdex  |  15

he thought you sounded like squidward

By  Mauskau  |  35

That's when I'd get so mad I'd drag him down to rehab after punching him a few times. When your problem gets so bad that you start stealing other people's stuff, you really need help.