By Zufallian - 03/06/2015 00:55 - United States - Kalamazoo

Today, my 14 year old brother and 9 year old sister were fighting. My brother said "You suck!" to my sister, and she replied with "You swallow!" FML
I agree, your life sucks 31 788
You deserved it 3 698

Zufallian tells us more.

Hey guys, OP here. :) I just wanted to say first off I did not expect this to get posted, so that was a great thing to find. Second off, I just wanted to clear a few things up. I do not think my sister learned this from PewDiePie, nobody in my house watches PewDiePie and neither does she. The only place I think she may have picked it up from is one of my friends, or my brother. I do not think she actually knows what the word means, she has just heard someone use it in a sentence. I did read all of your comments and to #113, it is not really that f***ing awesome when it is your little sister who is in low school saying something like that, especially being the oldest in the family and the one both of them look up to. I hope you all have a great day. :)

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Well that blows

About 6 years ago now, when I was a day camp counselor, I was appalled at some of the sexual things 12 year old boys would say TOWARDS me. It was shocking and disturbing and I'm sure kids are only getting worse about it at a younger age...

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Well that blows

About 6 years ago now, when I was a day camp counselor, I was appalled at some of the sexual things 12 year old boys would say TOWARDS me. It was shocking and disturbing and I'm sure kids are only getting worse about it at a younger age...

It's not getting worst by age, or (generation).its just shocking, because we underestimate kids

Well they are at "that age".

That+the Internet/Xbox live. They get exposed to stupid shit at a much younger age. And because of things like FML, the stories spread a lot farther than they used to.

its not so long ago that it was normal for a 12 year old girl to be married. in history as a whole our time is extremely reserved.

I had a group of 5th grade boys aged 9 or 10 tell me that by holding onto a beam holding up the ceiling I was pole dancings and should be a stripper. I was a camp councilor for a school camp

@#2 I did not it was my evil twin James

Boo hoo technology is evil! Because kids back in "the good ol days" we're little saints, I'm sure. They didn't read books with offensive of suggestive language, and they always covered their ears when they heard swears!

That's quite the comeback for a 9 year old..

SpartyOnWayne 18

Quite the cum back **

She's going places

Not good places, but places

"Sorry, I left my best cum back in your mother's mouth".

She probably learned it from him, or kids at school.

Sadly, at that age, they probably do know what that means.

I wouldn't bet on it with today's generation and the internet

was this supposed to be "would bet"? because all the kids at that age know what that means

She probably watched PewDiePie! She's a BRO now.

My sisters and I have been saying that since we were little, before even YouTube was a thing.

I enjoy watching Pewds on occasions, but this is not something you call a 9-year old girl a bro for...

In my school he'd have replayed to her swallow statement with "well you gurgle!"

what the fuck does that even mean

Anyone noticing guys are reaching puberty earlier as well as knowing dirtier stuff earlier or is just me?

Not sure if they 'know' dirty stuff, or just know some dirty names and phrases.

It's not just guys tho. Girls are just as dirty minded and learn stuff like that at just as young an age.

the average age a girl in the US losses her virginity is 13. its even younger in some other parts of the world

thats seems kind of true, i know like 2 girls that age who are pregnant

Actually it's 17 for males and 17.3 for females (and rising) according to the Kinsey Sexual Institute.

at least in 2009 it was.

Jesus #47 that was some exaggerated bullshit

This isn't really anything new. The younger one likely doesn't even know what it means and is only repeating what she has heard. Your parents need to know what is being said, it's not acceptable behaviour

I wonder where she heard that