By Rush Snake - 05/01/2009 03:57 - France
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Credibleskills's favorite FMLs
By Gibsonsgfreak21 - 25/03/2014 05:32 - United States - Northridge
Gibsonsgfreak21 tells us more.
Hey everyone! I'm the OP! Didn't think my post would be this popular! I don't have an accent- I'm from SoCal, but I was in a crowded class so it was hard to hear, so she just repeated what she thought I said. I've been talking to her for a while, but I asked her if she was artistic because we were really bored in a 3 hour class, so drawing would've been a fun distraction (although I can't draw to save my life). When I told the story to a couple friends, they thought I said 'autistic' instead or 'artistic' as well, so I guess she wasn't the only one. Also- I've done a lot of work helping children with autism. I've never say 'autistic' because i believe in ability before disability (ie. Saying, "A boy with autism" is better to say than "an autistic boy"). I explained what I meant to say and she laughed, so the FML isn't THAT bad. :)
By iusedprotectionanyway - 21/03/2014 21:44 - New Zealand - Waitakere
By pale-suzie - 19/03/2014 12:28 - Denmark - Copenhagen
By xtinasky1 - 07/03/2014 04:24 - United States - Spanaway
xtinasky1 tells us more.
Apparently mommy can't go to the bathroom, because that's where I was for a whole 2 minutes while he did it.