By RC3Welly - 09/03/2012 22:58 - United States
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Work is a 4-letter word
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I like your style
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I'm an early bird, but no worm yet
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I moderated this!
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Up and coming moderator
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Your FML was denied. We had to at least give you a badge to cheer you up a bit.
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Who’s the fairest of them all?
This is now the third time you’ve changed your profile pic.
I agree, my mouse works.
200 "I agree" votes is a good start.
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100 kick-ass comments
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Picture this FML
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The thumb strikes back
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The return of the thumb
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Brandon may have an FML, but he ended up marrying Jessica. You found this out by reading “FML, the follow up.”
You have 200 followers. Everyone follows you. You should watch your mouth.
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By Dnamei - 22/03/2016 14:17 - Belgium
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OP here, made an account so I can answer some questions. My sister is 26, I'm 22. We got along pretty good, untill I met and married my husband and started a family. She lives with my parents, and is in a very bad relationship. When I met my husband, my sis tried to get me grounded (!) and tried to convince my parents not to let me see him. She also tried to blackmail me into not seeing him. She was against the marriage, and cried and screamed when she learned I was pregnant, saying I don't deserve what she doesn't have, claiming it won't be special when she has a baby because she wasn't the first to give my parents grandchildren (my parents don't think that way, they'll love every grandchild). My son is a very sweet and charming little guy, he sleeps through the night, is always happy, eats everything, rarely gets sick, crawls,... He's a very easy baby to care for, and everyone loves him and he loves everyone. The plan I found was in a notebook, while helping my parents clean out the attic. It included my husbands workschedule, and the days my son goes to daycare. Also what my son eats and his medical reccord. Her country of choice is Australia. A few days before this discovery, she asked me if she could take my boy to the zoo, alone. I refuses because he had a slight fever, and I'm very happy I did. My son has a kids-ID, my sister isn't allowed to be alone with him anymore, and I alerted the daycare to NEVER let her take him home. When I confronted her, she said it was just a joke, she was just 'messing with her little sister'. The notebook was hidden in a pile of schoolnotes, if we didn't clean the attic, we'd never know. Sorry for the long text, and sorry for my english. Ps: My dad was close to the airport when the bomb went of, but he didn't get hurt. My family and friends are scared and shaken, but safe. We mourn for the victims
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