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The site is Kipp’s latest distracter in office. It’s addictive. Seriously.
May 21, 2009 4:15 by Aarti Nagraj
One of our colleagues very kindly introduced us to fmylife.com, a site where people tell everyone about an incident that ruined their day. The entries must begin with “Today” and end with “FML”.
“On top of being a huge release for the person telling their story, delightfully proving that “f**k ups” happen to everybody every day, fmylife.com 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,” says a description on the site.
For example: “Today, I was scolding my 8 year old son because he was getting bad grades in school. I told him that he should get straight A’s like his friend Ceejay. He told me that comparing him to Ceejay was unfair and when I asked why he said, “Because his dad is actually smart.”
We love the site; it’s hilarious. And it makes us realize how great our lives are.
What are the sites which keep you distracted while at work?