By Anonymous - 17/01/2018 21:20
R1has - Followers
R1has - Followed
R1has's page visits
R1has's FML badges
What'ch'all looking at?
You have put three pictures on your profile, but not necessarily pictures of your profile.
You are connected to FML via the mobile site or an app. How modern.
Work is a 4-letter word
Voting on an FML in the "Work" category on a Monday morning between 8 and 9 a.m. How ironic.
Checking you out
You checked out the profile page belonging to one of the last people to have a look at your profile.
You were outside of France when you submitted this FML
Tell us what happened next
You've commented on an FML that you sent in
At night, all FMLs are grey.
To be up moderating at this time of night, either you're really devoted or you're an insomniac.
I’m your new creative director
You had to give your opinion on this new “piece” that the whole world is talking about.
Brandon may have an FML, but he ended up marrying Jessica. You found this out by reading “FML, the follow up.”
You wanted you know what the top of the flops of all time was, and now you know.
I never take things to heart
Having said that, my 3 comments on that FML were really worth it.
This isn't what should be happening
You've set the cat off again, he's started pushing fruit out of bodies of water. Well done, wrong turn. Go back.
You've looked for Santa absolutely everywhere, and you managed to find him. Well done!
I like your style
You gave a Hug to someone. How cute!
You like to live life randomly, and we salute you.
Back from the party
An FML submitted between 5 and 6 a.m. can't be very good.
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.
One ring to rule them all
You submitted an FML, that was subsequently published, and statistically this makes you an exceptional person.
Not one, not two, but 50 pages of the Intimacy category read. No comment.
Your FML was denied. We had to at least give you a badge to cheer you up a bit.
It's in the can!
Hey, you uploaded your photo, and you’re cute as a kitten!
You’ve filled out the necessary details. Having done so will be much appreciated.
You have looked through 5 pages of the website. That’s a start.
I agree, my mouse works.
200 "I agree" votes is a good start.
Who’s the fairest of them all?
This is now the third time you’ve changed your profile pic.
Editing your comments can help you avoid embarrassment, and it might make you seem smarter.
You read an FML that mentions a badge, and in return, you've been awarded a badge. A badge inside a badge.
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.
100 kick-ass comments
100 of your comments are neither buried or moderated. Popular is your middle name!
See, son, moderating FMLs is like a marathon.
A new thumb
You’ve used your thumb on 1000 comments.
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.
Love knows no boundaries. You’ve already added 50 FMLs to your favourites list!
You have voted "You deserved it" over 100 times.
You made your 500th "You deserved it" vote.
Keen reader – Level: godlike ninja
You have voted for 100% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.
R1has's favorite FMLs
ashlyrose45 tells us more.
I replied to a comment before, but I figured I'd post an update; some of you were right about it being more than a couple days, but it turns out I have PTSD, which cause fits of rage. I'm medicated now and we just celebrated our second anniversary
By "missunknowno9" - 04/11/2017 06:46
missunknowno9 tells us more.
1. Because I wasn't cutting my night short, because we have children and we finally had a babysitter for once. So I was enjoying my night. 2. I chose "Bae," because that's generally what someone puts in their phone as their significant other... ?
By shinay - 11/12/2016 14:50
shinay_fml tells us more.
For all I know, Freud's Oedipus complex is the fundamental theory that describes the incestual-like attraction of a boy to his mother, and the resulting rivalry between the boy and his father, based on Oedipus myth. Also, Freud considered since his early work on the concept that there is a feminine Oedipus complex, parallel to the masculine one. However, the definition of the feminine Oedipus complex later evolved, and lost symmetry with the masculine one due to the different reaction of boys and girls to the castration anxiety. Girls, realising they have no phallus to conquer the mother, blame the mother for this, then turn to the father in hope for his phallus and love, therefore start acting like the mother to take her place by the father's side. Boys simply love their mother and fear their father will punish them for this, by castrating them. Finally, the Oedipus complex's principle is the desire for the opposite gender parent in both boys and girls case, simply the feminine version is a bit more tricky. Moreover, Freud's Oedipus complex is nowadays often considered as the primordial theory that describes the incest taboo, involving both genders. As for Jung's Electra complex, it is initially a new terminology to designate Freud's feminine Oedipus complex, as the Electra myth is more suitable for the daughter-father situation. This terminology has been rejected by Freud who considered that it was too ambiguous, because it could imply that masculine and feminine Oedipus complex follow the exact same process, perfectly mirrored, with no supplementary twisted stages in the feminine development. Electra complex is however used in neo-freudian theory where it designates the whole daughter-loves-the-father-and-hates-the-mother thing. Alors, the neo-freudian theory diverge from the original freudian one concerning the feminine Oedipus/Electra complex process. So it is true that Electra complex is specific to this anecdote. Nevertheless, Oedipus complex is still correct as it refers to both feminine and masculine issues with the opposite gender parental figure in Freud's work. N.b., I am not a native speaker, so please forgive me for the possible mistakes.
By Miriam - 10/12/2016 08:44