Apparently going against the grain of the famous American "can do" optimism, a million people visit the US site every day to read about other people's hard-luck stories or recount their own, with the highest hits in New York and Los Angeles. In what has been dubbed "Twitter for losers", both VDM and FML, the American version, invite users to vent their misfortunes in a few words, the bleaker the better.
FMyLife serves as "a recollection of everyday anecdotes likely to happen to anyone." Posts on the site are short, user-submitted stories of unfortunate happenings that begin with "Today" and end with "FML," an acronym short for "F*ck my life."
an example of the post:
another example of the post:
The slogan of the site is: "My life sucks but I don't give a f*ck".
As per Alexa the web rank of FML is 1024 in web traffic statistics.
The posts in FML are rated and there is a hall of Fame of all time F*cked up stories. Click here to read them.