Today, as I was coming out of McDonald’s, there was a street musician playing outside. He had his saxophone case open for money. I meant to give him a ten, and it wasn’t until I got home later that I realized I’d accidentally given him a hundred-dollar bill. FML
Next time you pass him. Just take $90 back from the case. He will understand.
That what loans are for.
Let me suggest you choose the medicine. It is some sugar in the pills so you will get some carbs to…
Today, my sister couldn’t find the spare key I gave her for my apartment, so I had to pay a $50 fee to the leasing office. Not 30 minutes after paying, she found the key. In her purse. On her keychain. FML
Great. Now you know where it is til next time.
Today, accustomed to dealing with my old car’s faulty accelerator, I pressed the pedal way too hard in my new car and crashed into a pillar, totaling the engine and giving myself a concussion. I could still see the dealership down the street. FML
Just go back and tell them you are not buying that car that you took for a testdrive.
Today, my dog became too old to eat dry food. A $9 bag used to last him 3 weeks. The equivalent in the cheapest canned food is $63. FML
Well, if your dog had a “little accident” your expenses for dogfood should be just about zero.
Today, I received the Christmas gift I bought for my sister in the mail. I also received a nearly $200 bill for shipping fees, taxes, etc. for a $50 blanket from Canada. FML
She should be happy after you spent so much money at her gift.
Today, I learned that the new granite countertop in my parents’ house cost $12,000. Coincidentally, this is also the amount of money I would have needed to go to the college of my dreams instead of the cheaper school I currently attend. FML
That is priorities my friend. A collage education will be over in 4 years. A roof top will last much longer.
Today, I was volunteering at a soup kitchen and was advised to leave my wallet and cell phone in my car so they wouldn’t be stolen. Someone broke into my car and stole them. FML
Great. Your insurance will cover that much better.
Oh, that´s nothing against the cost of fixing the house.