By hannahg - 24/03/2014 00:44 - United States - Romulus

Today, my dad yelled at me for being irresponsible while he watched me fold his laundry. FML
I agree, your life sucks 40 357
You deserved it 3 794

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Don't you just love irony

I feel like there is more to this FML...

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Don't you just love irony

Personally, I ducking hate ironing..

bet you also hate autocorrect, eh?

No, just didn't think the word 'fucking' was an appropriate term to use. Oh well

Wipe your ass with his shirt next time.

11, FML means "Fuck my life" so I don't see how you'd conclude that using "Fuck" on this site would be inappropriate.

I feel like there is more to this FML...

In what way?

Doing chores doesn't make a person automatically responsible. For example, as far as we know, OP could have broken curfew, or overspent on needless things. It does not say he got mad and called her irresponsible about her doing chores. It had to be something else that was left out of the fml.

TorturedXeno 27

Grown-ups say the darnedest things (as my extensive FML-reading experience has shown me). FYL, OP.

STEP ONE: Reach for some ink STEP TWO: Pour ink on sain laundry STEP THREE: Iron laundy

STEP FOUR: Spellcheck.

STEP FIVE: Win.

#23, more like grammarcheck.

Gotta love grown ups

Pot calling the kettle black much?

What was he yelling at you for being irresponsible for?

My dad once whined that no one in our family took care of him—as I was massaging his dry, flaky feet. I feel your pain and bewilderment, OP.

Did you turn his laundry pink again?

Some people are forgetting that a person can be responsible in one thing and not in another. Yes OP is responsible with household responsibilities, but they may not be in something else for all we know. If he/she messes up on something else, automatically the father cannot say anything? come on people.

Finally. I don't see how just folding laundry makes someone automatically a responsible person in general.

This may be true #14, but the wrong time to yell at your kid about being irresponsible is when s/he's doing chores--specially, taking care of your stuff. OP's dad could have saved it for another time.

I agree with 53. It's like telling a waiter that you hate the restaurant and plan on complaining about the service and stiffing them on their tip in the middle of ordering your drink; you're just asking to get slammed. If anything, the dad just picked the wrong time to bring up responsibility, regardless of what OP is irresponsible about.