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18 "FMyLife" Stories That Will Take You Right Back To High School

Remember the website FMyLife? Which stood for "Fuck My Life?" People would flock to the site every day to read about other people's problems and horribly embarrassing mishaps. Hearing someone yell "FML" was not uncommon at the time, and you could almost guarantee they'd head home to post about their troubles. These are some of the funniest ones we could find. Apologies in advance if this happened to you. 1. SavageFMyLife2. Maybe he was talking about the OTHER girl in front of him?FMyLife3. Typical DadFMyLife4. Roommates Are The WorstFMyLife5. Maybe it was auto-correct?FMyLife6. Was it Hamilton? That show

90s

11 Facts About "The Wonder Years" You Can Get By With A Little Help From Your Friends

Fred Savage is a national treasure, and we would all do well to remember that. His role on The Wonder Years will go down in history as one of the best on a sitcom, and the show itself will follow in the same footsteps. The Wonder Years, set in the 1960s, gave us the coming of age story none of us knew we needed. Even the most dedicated fan may not know these things about the show, however!1. Big-Screen DreamsTV GuideThough it's hard to imagine The Wonder Years as anything other than a TV show, it was originally set

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13 Facts About "13 Going On 30" That Won't Age You 17 Years Overnight

13 Going On 30 remains a classic piece of film history to this day. It's hard to believe the movie is already turning 14 years old this year, but that's probably because we all watch it all the time anyways, so it feels like no time has passed. But even the most die-hard fan may not know these things about everyone's favorite Mark Ruffalo movie. 1. Jennifer Garner was made for the role. SonyWhen her Alias co-stars found out Garner was going to be playing a 13-year-old girl, they said she was perfect for the role because she "acted like

90s

What Have The Kids Been Up To Since Leaving "Camp Nowhere?"

It was every kid's dream: go away to camp for the summer with all your friends, and absolutely no supervision. Camp Nowhere showed us what it would be like to be left to your own devices, with the only adult around a weird, in hindsight extremely creepy, former teacher. The movie focuses on Morris "Mud" Himmel, who dreads being sent to computer camp for another summer. He and his friends come up with the plan to invent fake camps and convince their parents to send them there. They blackmail former teacher Dennis Van Welker, played by Christopher Lloyd, into helping

80s

Tom Selleck Talks About The "Ghost" On The Set Of 'Three Men And A Baby'

Three Men and a Baby was a classic film for many reasons. We saw Tom Selleck as someone other than Thomas Magnum, we saw Steve Guttenberg outside of the Police Academy world, and we caught Ted Danson away from the Cheers set. The movie won a People's Choice Award for "Best Comedy Motion Picture," and 31 years later it still holds up. Guttenberg was notably absent in Hollywood after the film came out, taking a step away from fame. “You gotta remember, I left home at 17. So I missed a great deal of my own growing up,” he told

90s

10 Scandals From 1998 That Make 2018 Look Better Already

If you thought the last couple years were bad, it's because you probably tried to forget about all the things that went down during the 90s. As we start a new year, we tend to think about what the future has in store, and that can be worrisome. So, I'm here to remind you that the world wasn't all that different 20 years ago, and people, especially celebrities, were just as scandalous as (maybe worse) than they are now. Here are 10 stories from 1998 that made the front page news for the wrong reasons:1. George Michael arrested for

90s

Jonathan Taylor Thomas On Why He Left Hollywood, And The Drama That Came With It

When Jonathan Taylor Thomas (otherwise known as JTT) left Home Improvement, our preteen hearts shattered into one trillion pieces. We would never know heartbreak like that again (or at least not until Geri left the Spice Girls or when the Backstreet Boys went on hiatus).DisneyAt 16 years old, Thomas was leaving an insanely popular television show in order to live a "normal" life. While others may not understand his choice, JTT says it was something he had to do. “I’d been going nonstop since I was 8 years old,” the teenage heartthrob said in 2013. “I wanted to

90s

Tupac's Murder Weapon Was Found, But No One Knows Where It Is

On September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur was murdered. The 25-year-old rapper was fatally shot during a drive-by in Las Vegas. Shakur was struck four times with .40 caliber rounds fired from a Glock. Sun UKShakur was in a car with Suge Knight, when they were stopped by Las Vegas police officers for playing their stereo too loud at 11:05 p.m. They were released a few minutes later without being cited, and just 10 minutes later, a four-door white Cadillac pulled up next to Knight and Shakur, rolled down a window, and opened fire. Las Vegas 360Tupac Shakur's death

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How One Game Show Basically Tried To Kill Its Contestants

I get it, okay? We all love money. Money is great. Money buys pretty, pretty things. But how far would you REALLY go for $100,000? Would you risk your life to win some cash and be on TV?Fox network thought you would, so they created an insanely dangerous game show called The Chamber. Not surprisingly, the show only lasted THREE EPISODES before getting the axe. But it's still fun to look back on and see how ridiculous the challenges were. Mental FlossThe PremiseContestants who wanted to submit themselves to outrageous torture in return for cash. The person playing