By sickkid - 23/11/2009 18:05 - United States
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You used FML’s private messaging service for the first time. Will they reply? Wait and see…
You are connected to FML via the mobile site or an app. How modern.
Checking you out
You checked out the profile page belonging to one of the last people to have a look at your profile.
You commented on an FML between 1 and 3 a.m.
You've looked for Santa absolutely everywhere, and you managed to find him. Well done!
You read an FML that mentions a badge, and in return, you've been awarded a badge. A badge inside a badge.
I like your style
You gave a Hug to someone. How cute!
You like to live life randomly, and we salute you.
You wanted you know what the top of the flops of all time was, and now you know.
I moderated this!
In "Moderate the FMLs", you voted Yes on a story that was subsequently published. Well done!
Up and coming moderator
It’s nice of you to help us sort out the submissions, using FML’s moderate feature.
Who’s the fairest of them all?
This is now the third time you’ve changed your profile pic.
It's in the can!
Hey, you uploaded your photo, and you’re cute as a kitten!
You have voted "You deserved it" over 100 times.
I agree, my mouse works.
200 "I agree" votes is a good start.
Your FML was denied. We had to at least give you a badge to cheer you up a bit.
I'm a rock star
You have 100 followers. Your head's in the game.
You have 50 followers and we quite frankly don't know how you managed it.
100 kick-ass comments
100 of your comments are neither buried or moderated. Popular is your middle name!
A new thumb
You’ve used your thumb on 1000 comments.
One more and it's business time
You've received 68 Hugs on your profile. Kinky.
50 quality comments
Clicking to reply to a comment is a worthy thing to do. To do so without getting buried afterwards is even worthier.
Love knows no boundaries. You’ve already added 50 FMLs to your favourites list!
Keen reader – Level: godlike ninja
You have voted for 100% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.
Keen reader – Level: master ninja
You have voted for 50% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.
Keen reader – Level: student ninja
You have voted for 15% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.
The return of the thumb
You have thumbed 5000 comments.
The thumb strikes back
You have left your thumbprint on 2500 comments.
You made your 500th "You deserved it" vote.
You have 200 followers. Everyone follows you. You should watch your mouth.
Jerryclark's favorite FMLs
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By bluestripedsockm - 15/05/2015 05:40 - United States - San Francisco
bluestripedsockm tells us more.
Hello all, OP here. This took place over a year ago, but this is the first time I'm comfortable about posting it. I met this guy through work (my first serious boyfriend) and had been dating for four months when he first mentioned the group and encouraged me to volunteer. I didn’t know his position in it until a year later, when this happens. The main group is small, most of whom are on the board and are close-knit friends. After a long meeting, six of us go out for drinks together. The others had broken off into their own conversations and I asked my then-boyfriend if he wanted to meet more of my friends, he ignores me, I ask him why he’s being grumpy, he says “We’re done” and walks away. (He told me later that he felt that conversation should’ve been had at a different time and he felt I was nagging him.) The other four tell me that “he’s only angry/drunk, he didn’t mean it, give him a couple weeks to cool off,”etc. and told me to go away since I was ruining their good time. My ex leaves the second his tab is paid. A female volunteer/friend pitied me enough to drive me home, since I lived the furthest out and drove alone. The next day at work, I get a text from him saying I’m "no longer welcome" at the group. I texted the others about this and all I get is “since he requested it, I have to honor it”. I get ahold of the chairman (who knew nothing about the ban) and he told me that he’d talk to his vice chair. Nothing follows. I wanted to do something more about it, but it wasn’t worth the headache. If anything I wanted to see if there was a legitimate reason or him being a spiteful dick. I want to say that this was a one-time reaction, but that’d be a lie. It was like I was dating a stereotypical pregnant woman. Now, I’m prepping for graduation from college and am working too much for me to consider dating someone now. It wouldn’t be fair to the guy I date.
By Anonymous - 24/06/2013 18:39 - Canada - Victoria