By Female Struggles - United States - Denver
Today, while I was waiting at the bus stop, a car that looked like my mom's pulled up. Thinking it was actually her, I walked up and jokingly asked what she was into. The guy inside now thinks that I'm a prostitute. FML
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  Already_Dead  |  15

For those people that took her question serious and are attempting to use the FML wording to answer it... don't. She's not asking for your opinion. In fact, what's the common sense in trying to respond to it, if you truly don't know the answer yourself? He could've actually 'wanted her,' or he couldn't have and drove away. We don't know. End of story.


Oh c'mon you've never talked to a friend you thought was by you only to turn around and see they left and someone else is there looking at you like you're a crazy person? Or seen someone that looks like a friend and gone up to say hi and it turns out to not be them? People on here are too harsh sometimes.

  TypeBbitch  |  15

That's different though 22. So many people drive the same car and that's why there are license plates so you can identify which one belongs to whom. I always check the license place before I attempt manually unlocking my grey Honda Civic since it's a pretty common car.

  Dumbled0re  |  1

22 are you serious? Maybe I don't quite understand what went down but if imagine if she said that to the guy in the car, she saw his face while talking otherwise he wouldn't have heard her? So honestly she does kind of deserve it, it was completely her fault. I don't see anyone being harsh here. And those examples aren't even close to the same. It does also suck though, that'd be pretty embarrassing.


It's not that weird. At 16, my ass would have been kicked if I tried to joke with my mom like that. At 19, she would have laughed. Not all mother/daughter relationships are so straight-laced, especially if the daughter is an adult herself.