By painfetish8021 - 17/9/2012 00:50 - United States - Winston Salem
Today, my boyfriend introduced me to his parents. My boyfriend is Japanese, and I wanted to introduce myself in Japanese so I'd asked him. Little did I know he'd taught me how to say, "Hello, I love your son's cock." I almost got kicked out of their house. FML
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By  ositoakaluis  |  16

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment


*sigh* where do I begin? *Damn, *should have *Pirate Bay *Rosetta Stone. Hopefully this restores some faith in humanity.

  LiterOfCola  |  16

32: Correcting people's grammar is only for when you're the one to comment on it first. People already commented about 1's grammar, so it was unnecessicary for you to comment. It surely never helped to restore any faith to humanity, a phrase that has begun to enrage me as its so overused.


Wow, well done 1. You figured out how to use a torrent site. You've mastered the internet! God damn it, I hate noob kids who think torrenting makes you a damn pro at all things technical.


If you're reading this, stop reading the comments. The ones below this are going to make you lose whatever shred of faith in humanity you have left. Not including replies to this comment.

  ClassyCommando  |  13

44's right. We are currently using a global network that humans have built, and posting stories and comments online that people all over the world can read. And yet whiny little fucks keep saying that they've lost all faith in humanity after reading the comments of a few idiots in this vast network.

  gc327072  |  29

33- So you're going around bashing minor grammar mistakes and acting all cool and intellectual while your own profile says you live in "fuck" and you "save hoes with (your) dick"? Please refer to my avatar for assistance.

  MDTeddy  |  13

This is why people hate hanging around parents. They ruins lives be either being dumb, mean, drunk, or something that makes you feel like dying of embarrassment or getting mad at the parent or from being scared and wetting yourself if you are on the other end.

  TomPusslicker  |  21

Well put 44. Sadly though i do see more assholes now than i did 3 years ago (at the same job)...thats my observation, but regardless, its best just tolerate them and not play into it.

By  w0rk3rj4ck  |  14

I'm not sure how that happened. Did he teach you for this sentence on purpose? Did he want you to say this to them? Also, didn't you realize this sentence didn't contain your name? That's kind of a part of an introduction...

  Sirin_fml  |  46

Ugh. Wait a second...

Someone do me a favour: check to see if "50 Shades of Chimney" has been trademarked yet. There's a free chewed-up ballpoint pen in it for you.

  hotshot2626  |  9

I agree. hence why I put " He just needs to apply it a lil differently". I honestly wonder if anyone who thumbed me down read the whole comment or just read the line and went "omgzors, I can't believe he thinks that's funny."


Google translate is a poor excuse for actual conversations though. "Hello, my name is so-and-so, how are you?" could translate to "Hello, *insert ridiculous word or profanity here* is name, how hot you are!" (obviously exaggerated)
But yeah the point is, don't rely on Google or any instant online translator. Not every word in English is going to be exactly the same in another language. Buy a book, invest in a downloadable program, take a class or something.

  rs89  |  20

I think if I were in OP's shoes I'd have trusted an actual japanese native speaker - not to mention bf- over any kind of translators.

  cobra_comm  |  12

Ummm, the point here is: she deserves it, as for in this time era of technology there really is no excuse for her to have not used something to check what she was saying or vice versa

  walmartpaysme  |  15

30 - she never thought her boyfriend would tell her to say something that would offend his parents. That doesn't make any sense unless he is A. Trying to scare her away or B. 12