By Anonymous - Ireland - Dublin
Today, while on a first date, I had to excuse myself to the restroom. I was still tired from pulling an all-nighter, and fell asleep on the toilet. When I woke up and rushed back out, my date was gone. Everyone now thinks I'm an arsehole who pulled the old "window escape" trick on her. FML
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By  XxXBadAshXxX  |  27

Aw man! Sad day. I'm sure you can explain what happened and she'll forgive you.

  rocker_chick23  |  27

Sorry #18, not everyone is a wh*re like you claim to be on other comments. The majority of men and women want to remain STD free and only get intimate after knowing each other for a while.

  Wakachulak  |  22

Yeah, the "I fell asleep on the crapper" line is a shoe-in second date. OP, just check this into the loss column and move on.

On the bright side, you got published on FML! Congrats!

  D_Zan  |  2

Yeah, no matter what you owe her an explanation. Even if it was an accident, it's really rude and mean. It doesn't matter too much if she believes you and it's fine if she doesn't. It's not something to get agree about(and no one has a right to be agree with her if she doesn't forgive or believe or anything). Hopefully your intent will come across in your tone.

By  XxXBadAshXxX  |  27

Aw man! Sad day. I'm sure you can explain what happened and she'll forgive you.

  laureri  |  26

Why are you getting down voted for Ren and Stimpy? Love the log song!!

What rolls down stairs
alone or in pairs,
and over your neighbor's dog?
What's great for a snack,
And fits on your back?
It's log, log, log

By  Welshite  |  39

Everyone knows the "window escape" is antiquated and rarely works anymore. The /real/ escape artists shimmy through the sewer pipes. It's usually flawless.

  Welshite  |  39

Well there are some risks associated with this particular escape: drowning, cuts, infection, getting stuck, and getting lost in the maze of pipes.

The worst part about the "sewer escape" is the dry-cleaning you'll need. Ugh.