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Today, while talking to one of my parents' friends, we discovered that the house he grew up in is the same house my boyfriend now lives in. When he recalled that he lost his first tooth there, the only response I could come up with was, "Oh my gosh, I lost my virginity there!" FML

By anonymous - / Thursday 3 January 2013 10:34 / United States - Canoga Park
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  EpicSquishii  |  21

I can't even remember losing my first tooth :/ I bet I looked fucking adorable afterward though.

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  Random_Red  |  12

Please make up a more orignal comment please. This phrase is used FAR too much on FML

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Please use proper grammar please

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  Sandman366  |  6

Did you apply for the Department of Redundancy Department position? (Sorry, been stuck in TV Tropes for days...again.)

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  lilhellian  |  26

*Random elderly lady walks up after hearing convo* I lost mine in the kitchen to!

By  burningmatch  |  3

I bet you're a hit in every tea party. So amusing.

By  KyleHolt  |  7

Hahaha that's great, he'll live!

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  KyleHolt  |  7

Wow def though op said she was talking to her new boyfriend and her ex use to live there. My thought was more funny

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  Scands_59  |  14

Geez, what a way to shoot someone down, you're lack of friendliness is an FML.

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  KyleHolt  |  7

Wow ouch, not sure why I needed that?? And also "hmm." Is not a complete sentence. Also who cares about correct punctuation while typing on a phone??

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  redmane  |  20

60- Your brain cares. I've noticed kids writing school papers with this language. "Wow" and "ouch" are not sentences but should have a period or exclamation mark placed for their expressive manner. You can't start a sentence with "and." "Also," is a transitional phrase and you should have placed a comma. "not sure why I needed that??" is not a complete sentence. Where's the subject at the beginning? The use of a second question mark is unnecessary. Being a grammar nazi isn't a bad thing. We're supporting the art of written and oral language.

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  KyleHolt  |  7

Sorry I'm not writing a essay. I'm on a blog speaking freely. I put the commas in those place because that's how I'm talking, I want you to read it how I'm saying it. I really don't give one shit if I forget a period. It's a blog! If you spend your time checking to see if you got everything right. You have to much time on your hands and need to get a life.

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  redmane  |  20

People copy edit and proof read as a career. You're not writing a paper, but you should always be using your knowledge to the best of your ability. That's the reason schools have a language/literature curriculum. They don't teach you these things expecting you to use it only when you're getting graded. You're wasting money and years of education. There is a difference between personal writing style and laziness.

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

87- *Stands up facing Redmane and slowly claps for the beautiful, grammatical knock out accompanied with an undeniablely logical argument.* *Turns to Kyle* Sit down, sir. At this point, to do otherwise would only prolong the suffering. ;P

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  KyleHolt  |  7

Never knew anyone cared so much how how another person wrote something? I feel like I'm being attacked over this haha! Half these people attacking me need to get laid! Maybe then you would be a happier person:)

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Some people literally do not have a "filter" on what they say. Doctors have told me i do not have one. It is within the frontal lobe of your brain somewhere to think before saying and nope, I do Not have it.

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

29- You have frontal lobe inhibition? I can see where actively choosing to type what you want to instead of blurting out what you're thinking must be a relief from saying something too embarrassing. :p I don't envy you that.

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  KyleHolt  |  7

Isn't that called turrets?

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