What does FML mean?

despite the most common meaning which is "F**k My Life", derived from the movie Superbad, FML has become increasingly more common and used to just show any sort of sign of disgust, unhappiness or other sort of disdain or anger. Often used by overly dramatic teenagers who think that they have been dealt the worst hand in the world over the most inconsequential of circumstances.



Other definitions of FML:

  • F**k my life is the most common use of this acronym or abbreviation; it is used by people or are deppressed or aggrivated with their life

  • Forge ModLoader

  • Fuck My Life

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