By MsAnonymous17 - 26/05/2013 23:20 - United States

Today, my step-dad was talking about how he was raised in Las Vegas, telling stories about him and his buddies, until he stopped, looked right at my mom and said, "Find her, feed her, f*ck her, forget her. But I never forgot your mom, that's how I stole her from your dad." FML
I agree, your life sucks 59 362
You deserved it 4 150

Same thing different taste

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tootsie68 22

At least he's not your biological father so you don't have those genes.


tootsie68 22

As rude as it is, it seemed to work for him somehow. It's kinda romantic that he didn't "forget her."

That's a plain comment, add some salt, maybe a bit of cilantro next time.

tayyters 4
Mynameislinh 24

Wow... That's pretty unexpected.

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flockz 19

yes going to a casino and scoping out women as if they were a prize, objectifying them and ******* them just for the sex, which in this case sounds like it broke up a marriage in the process, and forgetting them afterwards is romantic. **** flowers, chocolates, and nice dinners. men, this is how we get the women.

Because having an affair is -very- romantic.

#23 doesn't your pic somewhat objectify women as well?

flockz 19

sure in a sense. i'm not denying it. but the difference is this is FML and i'm not here to pick up women. i'm just responding to the previous comment on what her idea of romance is. i would never treat my girlfriend the way that the step dad does in the FML.

Please do explain how you find this "kinda" romantic. I cannot think of any way of how this can be remotely close to even being cute..

kathryn14 19

This FML seems so me as though the stepdad is pointing out that op's mom made him change his ways. That's how I read it, so I was surprised to see all these comments. Obviously the affair part wasn't romantic, but I thought what he said was sweet. That he just couldn't forget about her and she changed him. Am I wrong? This FML sort of confused me.

Mortoli 30

That's what women go for these days so sad lol I swear was the women's rights movement worth a damn now? Now the age of true gentleman gone to hell lol

Mortoli 30

He was remanicing or however that spelled the good ol days what it sounded more like to me

At least he's not your biological father so you don't have those genes.

Let's play a game of debate club! Topic: nurture vs nature In my opinion this is a case of nurture over nature. The stepdad mentions that because he was raised in las Vegas, he has the qualities he does now. Science is also unsure of the part played by genes in the formation of our egos. There's still a chance for it to be nurtured into OP yet.

AbstraktThoughts 13

28: Winner! Congratulations, you're the proud owner of a Darwin Award.

28: Valid point, although the fact that this FML was written implies that OP has already been nurtured by their original father, and already has grains going against those of their step-dad, and so is probably more resistant to picking up on his attitude and personality than if they had grown up his birth child. Although it still isn't the genes that really matter in my example. 36: I don't think you quite get what that award is for.

TheDrifter 23

The mothers predisposition to cheating might still be a concern though, from both a nature and nurture standpoint.

Everyone, I'm a biology major, I am aware that this is not a purely genetic thing. It was just a joke. And really, most biologists agree that most behavior is influenced by genetic and environmental factors.

ise3 10

I think 36 here deserves the darwin award ._.

It's called sin city for a reason......

He's got some ******* issues... Maybe some dude found him, fed him, and ****** him lol!

This is the perfect opportunity. Take him to Vegas and ask him to teach you his ways.

Even if op was a guy, I'm sure she wants to be shown how to become a douche bag ass like this guy was to her mom.

drayloon 50

That's a horrible way to learn something like that. :( I'm so sorry.