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  MindFreakazoid  |  10

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  mr994  |  7

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  Exitium_Verum  |  2

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  pradip  |  23

I guess US siblings are untouchables, in my country we share everything other than undies. (Materialistic things), we would rather share and get teabagged, than not share it

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80 I have a sister (my only sibling) and me, my dad my mom and my sister share an Xbox and a Wii. Me and my sister shared an iPod once also (no my mom and dad did not pay for it themselves. I saved up money and got it.) So yeah.

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  alycion  |  26

Me and my sis still share to this day and we are grown and live in different houses. In fact I'm on my way to get a key made so she can use my pool and hot tub when I'm not home since she just moved down the street from me. When I was little and the nes came out, our parents wouldn't get us one. She was working at the time and bought it knowing I'd use it more. When she moved out, she left it for me to use.

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Why are people saying that op deserves it for not sharing when that's clearly not the point of the FML. The FML is that her mum deliberately made her believe that she was getting something that she was hoping for when she hadn't. If the mum can't afford it or thought that she should share then fine, accept the mums decision or buy your own; but, misleading her just for the fun of it is cruel!

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  teresa96706  |  29

How is OP's mom a bitch? I'm sorry, maybe OP's mom isn't rich enough to buy her children 2 of the same game console. Maybe it was a prank gone wrong, we wouldn't know. I don't think OP's mom was trying to be mean to OP directly.

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A lot of people buy their children clothes on Birthdays and special occasions. While I am not a parent and wouldn't personally know why, I'm guessing it is because children need new clothes all the time, so it would be best to get them when you are spending more money on your kids than usual, like a birthday or Holiday. Not sure how that would be sexist. Still pretty mean to put the clothes in a misleading box like that.

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  simplylost643  |  0

#33- Are you serious?!? I've been a handheld gamer since the early 90's, (thank you very much adulthood, and only having time to game on the go) and the Psvita is a gamers dream come true! Console like games, multi-touch screens, front and rear facing camera's, movies, music, web browsing, and netflix all in a sleek, sexy dual analog wrapped package! You madam/sir, need to re-evaluate your spelling prowess. S-u-c-k is not how you spell Awesome!

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  teresa96706  |  29

I agree, if his brother already has the game console, why don't they share it? So what if they fight over it? They'll learn the life lesson of taking turns. My siblings (3) and I are all gamers. But we like different types of games. For example, I'm the old school nintendo64 and super nintendo gamer, and my brother is the fps and online gamer. Yeah we fight for time to play our own games, but those times where you need to wait 6 hours to play the game you want to play, you can spend those 6 hours of waiting doing something productive, like homework, cleaning the house, even a part time job.

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  MURIKKA  |  11

If OP was ungrateful, the FML would've read "Today, it was my birthday. Instead of getting a PS3, I got a bunch of clothes. FML" The fact that the clothes were purposely put in a PS3 box gives OP the right to complain a little.

By  jemmers  |  13

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  ciaraohagan94  |  5

How? What if it was a big birthday? Or he had asked for it at Christmas, didn't get it and his brother did get one. Saying someone should only ask for big presents at Christmas is a bit silly since that's when prices go up for presents

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  Octain  |  13

Why Christmas and not birthday?! That's stupid! Christmas you have to buy presents for multiple people, meaning its harder to spend allot of money on just one gift. Birthday, it's all about you, there is more money to spend. I think you have your interpretation of Christmas all wrong.

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  letmehavemytea  |  21

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  DictatorDom  |  5

I agree with whoever said that prices are high around Christmas so it's easier to get stuff on birthdays. Like my birthday, prices aren't high near September 14th!

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