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By mimabee / Tuesday 14 June 2011 13:56 / United States
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  Veraymix  |  6

Who's to say he actually got in trouble. He was probably just completely humiliated, which could make good future stories later on if things work out.

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  anongrl  |  2

57- uh oh grammar Nazi. Let me ask you this. Who gives a flying flip? As long as you can understand them it's okay. This is FML, not the writing assessment... Some people take this site wayy to seriously. I'm a writer and I don't care how correct I am unless I'm working on my books. Some people need to get the stick outta their ass before they poke their eyeball out.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  42

It's not physically possible to poke one's eye out with a stick coming out of your ass. No one's that flexible. On the other hand, I agree with the "Grammar Nazi". While I can understand what you said perfectly and I have no complaints, the first person's post was grammatically confusing and I had to read it over a second and third time just to make sure I understood what they were trying to say. You start learning to speak when you're 1 or 2. You don't just plateau after a few years; your language skills should keep growing as you age. There is no excuse for a post like that.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  42

My point still stands. Who cares if people correct comments? If you don't like it: a) stop typing incorrectly and people won't correct you. b) ignore it. Simple as that, dear.

By  jennesque  |  0

See, I'd almost hit "ydi", but you're probably referencing hollister or abercrombie andvtheir sizes are f'd up there. I'm stick thin, but tall so I usually wear anywhere from x-small to medium. At those stores, mediums can be too small for me. Sometimes I've had to buy large, and I am not large.

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  instantmusic  |  4

Yeh, wouldnt it be wonderful if they were just measured like mens jeans? Though I can sympathize with a girl not being able to find jeans that fit right. My perfect size is a 33" 31". Try finding those in...well anywhere.

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  johnson94  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  anongrl  |  2

pretty sure she was talking about the shirts. I shop at AE and Aero and have to buy med. in shirts at aero but at AE I have to buy small. Shes right, sizes are f'd up there. I would probably have to buy a large too at abercrombie, and I weigh 103. You can't fit in smalls there unless your anorexic or a child.

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  NecroParade  |  3

Whether the sizes are messed up or not, I'd think a person would have enough sense to stop putting something on before they got stuck. I mean, it's obviously easier to get them on than off, but did she seriously think something that tight would be worth buying?

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  imosim  |  0

why must you trolls correct everyone's grammar I'm sure you knew what they meant (unless they really f'ed up) but still maybe English is a second language for them.

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