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May 15, 2009 – Share Good and Worst Stories Of Your Life

Filed under: Fun — Tags: , , , — abhishek @ 11:11 pm

Fmylife is a weird and wonderful addition to the web. It’s a collection of everyday stories likely to happen to anyone and everyone. This is a space where you can let it all out and unwind by sharing the little things that screw with your day, and maybe realize that you are not alone in experiencing day to day crap.

Posts start with ‘Today’ and end with ‘FML’. The site is meant to be fun to read and can be enjoyed on a daily basis. On top of being a huge release for the person telling their story, delightfully proving that "f*** ups" happen to everybody every day. Fmylife also aims to be funny for everyone involved, as well as a way to share your misfortunes with other unlucky individuals, bearing in mind that self deprecation and a sense of irony are essential!

This site really works in a cool and easy way. Quite simply: each user can contribute to the site and submit his own story by clicking on the "Submit your FML" link in the menu at the top of the page. To be published, your story will have to be approved by admin.

As soon as your story is on line, visitors can vote for it in two different ways: "I agree, your life is f***ed" when they agree or "You deserved that one" when they reckon you put yourself into that situation by your own. These votes allow the admin to rank your stories in 2 categories: "Top" and "Flop".

This site really deserves a account by you. I suggest that you to take a look at this site and observe the benefits of becoming an FML member. However, even if you do not sign up to become a fully fledged fmylife member, you can still submit a FML, moderate the stories, and vote for the anecdotes so they can climb the Top and Flop charts.

Also here you can search for other members or other FML’s. You can use the search box at the top right hand corner of the page. To find an FML, if you know its number, type # in the search box, followed by the number (ex: #56665). If you don’t remember the number, or you want to find a member, you can use the advanced search to try and find what you’re looking for.


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