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  PurpleRae420  |  0

Yah don't you deserve better then this low life loser I'd leave him like 5 bucks be like go buy yourself a pack of cigs to deal with the stress and maybe while your there you can apply for a job!

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  juicedboi  |  7

Its not $20 a pack here dude. Im in sydney and its $12 on average. More expensive going upto about $16 but not $20. I also dont smoke though, so doesnt bother me. For the FML. Laxative his food and move out. Or just accept that he used you and continue being used, at least you have company right?

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  Lucidium  |  0

number 9 why on earth would you leave 5 bucks behind, do you know how much you can buy with that? I don't care if it's a saying, it's so damn stupid!

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  HannahForbesxo  |  13

Hmm, that's a fair point. I still think that it's not fair for him to use Op for that though. He should ask her to move in when he's ready, not when he's needing to pay for rent.

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  Egnar  |  19

Who said they're even together?. . We know how FMLS usually revolve around people who "love" but have never bothered to share the feelings - He could very well be asking a friend to help pay the rent by moving in because he has extra space, who knows. My friend asked me to borrow $600 2 weeks ago because he was having a rent issue and even though I NEVER loan out money I knew it was a dire situation so I gave it to him - Should I 'dump him' as a friend because he swallowed his pride to ask for help?

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  HannahForbesxo  |  13

Well if OPs boyfriend or whatever he is had simply asked her for money and explained his situation instead like your friend did instead of asking her to move in and play with OPs feelings, then I'm sure OP would've had more sympathy and tried to help him out instead if feeling used.

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  Egnar  |  19

Notice the wording "the guy I have loved for seven years" we don't even know if this guy knows she loves him. She didn't use the word boyfriend which implies they're not together - Which means it's likely this guy just knows her as "a friend". . .You girls need to stop assuming that guys can read your mind

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  DjeePee  |  24

Oh, come on guys, the FML clearly states 'the guy I have loved'. It's NOT her boyfriend. So, I am going to give a very big YDI. Firstly because OP loves someone for 7 years (!) whilst 1) he isn't interested in her or 2) she didn't dare to ask. Secondly because OP seems so fucking desperate that she is willing to immediately move in with a guy who's not her partner nor a good friend (I think so because otherwise, OP should have known about his financial status). Thirdly because OP didn't even talk about the practical information with him, like, the rent.

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  Egnar  |  19

We have no idea if OP talked about rent information - That wouldn't be something you'd put in the FML unless it were party of the FML, really, I imagine they talked about it [which is how she found out he was recently unemployed] - If they were paying uneven rent I'm sure the FML would have stressed that. However, I agree with everything else you mentioned.

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  Lanni31167  |  0

So I put "the guy I have loved" because we dated for 2 years, drifted apart, broke up even though i still had feelings for him, and now are best friends. He knows I still love him and want to be with him. I need a place to live since I moved back to my hometown and He quit his job the day before I moved back. Then deciding it would be a good way for his rent to get paid asked me to move in with him because he knew i would just so i could be around him more.

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