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Rabidpeach's favorite FMLs

Today, I was making out with my girlfriend for the first time, and she reached down to feel me up. When her hands got there, she stopped and said, "You're not even hard..." I was. FML

By Anonymous - / Wednesday 24 April 2013 18:56 / United States - Huntington Park

Today, I spent an hour cleaning my already-clean house to avoid any form of conversation with my boyfriend. FML

By kiwi023 - / Tuesday 14 February 2012 06:50 / Canada

Today, I was taking a nap. Apparently, my two year old daughter decided to crawl on top of the covers on my bed because she was scared since there was a thunder storm. I thought she was one of our cats so I kicked her off. She hit the wall. FML

By fmlfmlfml - / Tuesday 2 June 2009 18:03 / United States

Today, I ran over a squirrel. I saw it twitching, so I backed over it to end its suffering. It wasn't a squirrel; it was a kitten. The children it belonged to watched as I ran over their kitten. Twice. FML

By Anonymous / Wednesday 8 April 2009 00:11 / United States