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By mu5icadd1ct - / Friday 8 July 2016 13:22 /
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By  BeastBoyIsbetter  |  7

Steal it back Then steal her stuff and sell it Then burn her clothes and her shoes After that tell her friends a bunch of lies Then when she is crushed and asks you why tell her that you was tire-d of her actions Or not

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By  BeastBoyIsbetter  |  7

Steal it back Then steal her stuff and sell it Then burn her clothes and her shoes After that tell her friends a bunch of lies Then when she is crushed and asks you why tell her that you was tire-d of her actions Or not

By  Solano2580  |  24

If the boyfriend is adamant about keeping it then try to get it back. Last resort file a report for it being stolen, if your parents defend your sister then remember that the next time she or your parents need you.

By  Kaylana_fml  |  27

Bike tires average between $8 and $20. High-end Italian racer tires are $40. How long exactly were you "saving up" just to buy a tire? Mow a neighbor's lawn and voila, new tire.

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  Kaylana_fml  |  27

Did you never find a way to earn a buck as a kid? If you can't borrow equipment there's plenty of things you can offer to do for someone without any equpment in exchange for a measly ten dollars. Pull weeds, rake leaves, clean gutters, wash cars, babysit for an evening. And neighbors usually allow you to borrow lawn equipment. Of course if you are a social pariah and have no one you can offer to do chores for, there's always the internet. Sell something. At school kids used to sell bracelets, cards, pogs, or candy to earn a few dollars. 8 bucks isn't hard to come by

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  Kaylana_fml  |  27

That isn't to say that what her sister did is okay, it isn't under any circumstance. But her excuse for not using her bike is questionable. Are teenagers no longer expected to earn anything? I'm not old enough yet to be this disconnected from the younger generation.

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  Mudhound123  |  6

If he is old enough to buy or have a smartphone/computer for FML, then there's no reason he can't afford a tire. Wash a car or two and you'll be able to buy 2 new tires.

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  soullyfe  |  29

@24: Even kids have smartphones and computers. You know who buys it? Their parents. So, just because they may have it doesn't mean they can easily afford other things.

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  Bliepje  |  22

Depends on what she needs. I can change a front tire and if it's flat I can fix it myself. if the entire tire needs to be changed and it's the back one, I wouldn't be able to do it myself. You are then not only paying for the tire itself and it get a whole lot more expensive.

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  kingdomgirl94  |  27

A lot of people don't live in small, close-nit communities. I don't even know my neighbours names, let alone ask if they would give me money for chores. Sounds like a lot of you grew up in suburban neighbourhoods where there's a street safety watch, street sales and community BBQs.

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  smallandroid  |  26

I remember, as a kid, trying to make money from the neighbors. I babysat a toddler for 4 hours and the mother only gave me a dollar. Tried a lemonade stand, and not a single person stopped. Kind of ruined my interest in trying to make money in my neighborhood.

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  retardalert  |  10

Retard alert. Retard alert. You have gone full retard. It is against child workplace protection laws to hire a child under the age of sixteen. If done so the owner of said establishment can face fines, revocation of their business license, jail time, and it is considered a federal offense. This was your retard alert, please check yourself, before you go full retard again

By  DanielleinDC  |  29

The fact that you weren't using it doesn't justify your sister just taking it to give to her boyfriend. Maybe you can ask the boyfriend to give it back. However he reacts to his girlfriend being a thief, she deserves it. If not, steal something of hers.

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  redcode5  |  17

Pretty sure its a mountain bike or a BMX bike...so gender wouldn't really matter.

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