By fedmisery - 07/11/2016 05:13 - United States - Alexandria

Today, my fiancé asked me how soon I wanted him to move out. FML
I agree, your life sucks 9 675
You deserved it 854

fedmisery tells us more.

OP here. Yes, he was assuming I wanted him to move out of our shared apartment. In good news, we worked it out. It's been a rough few months and we've been under a lot of work stress, and it hasn't helped our relationship. But - still in it for the long haul! And you don't need to hate on the staff, they're just trying their best. We all are, right?

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Move out of where? His parents house? The house you share? I'm so confused

Please elaborate. :)

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Please elaborate. :)

Move out of where? His parents house? The house you share? I'm so confused

Marriage cancelled then, I'm guessing

I hope that wasn't sarcasm...

species4872 19

Maybe you lot should be more diligent about posting vague fml's.

What these was unnecessary rude, Alan....

Alan always seems like an arrogant cunt. To me at least.

You post a ridiculous comment that nobody understands and thinks isn't funny, and then 'moderate' the replies? You can't be serious.

my name is alan and i like to moderate comments just because people hurt my feelings after i act like a dick. that's you, alan.

Maybe he wants a long-distance relationship? Kind of a dick move at this part of the courting process.

OP already said (s)he would marry him. The courting process is over.

Well maybe he's just testing the whole absence makes the heart grow fonder theory

Bobby319 24

This one definitely needs a follow up

Why do they even publish vague stuff like this?

I imagine he's leaving because he found out his fiancè is a alien, but he's being deployed to fight those very aliens in a month. So he can't stay with her, but she doesn't want him to leave. He just now explained why he can't stay, and has left the decision for when he leaves up to her.

It's just that the way the FML is worded is confusing, by saying fiancee, that is implying that the marriage is still on So it isn't subtle, it's confusing

But if she said "ex-fiancé", it would sound like they had broken up previously but still lived together. He was her fiancé at the time the question was posed to her.

Way to be a condescending tool. If you're not gonna help, why not fuck off. Staff my ass.

no reason to be rude, Alan.

#15 manofmerr, your comment is perfect. It made me laugh and then smile for a while. Alan, I spend a lot of time on this site and for the first time something has bothered me: Your attitude.

Given that the vast majority of people commenting have no idea what is going on, you are being nothing more than a condescending fucknugget Alan.

I mean, Ive heard of people not wanting to live together before marriage, but you were already living together... I give up, what the hell is going on here?

OP's fiance: "Babe, I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Just not in the same house as you."

What's with these ultra vague/badly written FMLs lately?