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Today, my son invited his girlfriend over to our house just to break up with her. Then he asked me to drive her home. So I was then stuck in a car with a bawling teenage girl who lived over twenty minutes away. FML
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  burninnapalm  |  5

should have just been a real man and did it over Facebook, or got caught fucking her sister

  hellbilly205  |  17

today the girl i like and have been talking to, said no to me asking will you be my girlfriend, this wouldnt be so bad if she hasnt been leading me on for the last week. FML

  burninnapalm  |  5


*points to my second subpost*

did I not just say I just joking and being sarcastic? learn to read everything in it's entirety before making assumptions there, sweet cheeks.

  xk75  |  4

seems like he's too young to drive....perhaps too young to date as well given his refusal to consider the effect his actions may have on others, such as his mother.

  smurfsarwales  |  9

shutup jess6blondie, 89 was being a douche, so iluvhobos had to try and own him. just cus u thought she was being annoying, doesn't mean everyone else does too. it wasn't about the grammar, it was about the principal of trying to own someone.

  YacL  |  15

94- So, I hear there's this thing, called a typo. You've probably never heard of it. Just because they made a mistake doesn't instantly make them a dumbass.

  TheDrifter  |  23

They might 75. They have embraced techno. All they had to do was add strange noises and rename it dubstep and suddenly techno is "cool" again.

  Bano360  |  25

You know, I got banned for a week for commenting on a girl's picture. I was banned within two minutes, yet none of you have been banned or had comments removed. Honestly, I don't care about your pictures, just the FML

By  athos1237  |  4

If he's old enough for a girlfriend he should have either taken her home himself or he should have ridden with you. You gave him an easy out from his responsibility. Who's the parent?