MLIA - My Life Is Average
normally used when giving a description to how your life is average, Today, I swallowed a watermelon seed. A watermelon did not grow in my tummy. MLIA
Today, I was walking along when I noticed a sign that said " DANGER! KEEP OFF GRASS". I walked on the grass. The Danger was not present. MLIA
I bought a plant from Home Depot the other day. The cashier told me to water it everyday or else it would die. I didn't water it everyday just to see if it would die. It did. MLIA
Today, everyone walked right past me and didn't even think to sit next to me on the school bus. My feelings aren't hurt though, I'm the bus driver. MLIA.
A spin off of FML that allows people to post the average going-ons of their lives. These are frequently nerdy but none the less awesome. Ignore those who say otherwise.
Batman, Ninjas, and Harry Potter make frequent appearances.
Today on campus I saw a person dressed as scissors, a rock, and paper. The person dressed as the rock proceeded to run across the field and tackle the scissors. It was the most epic game of rock, paper, scissors I have ever seen. MLIA
The acronym for the website 'Mylifeisaverage.com'.
Possibly the best and most entertaining website EVER, it contains the three things that are required to make someone's day.
3. True Life events.
Though the site started as very average and ordinary, with posts such as 'Today I wanted a peanut butter and Jelly sandwich. We were out of Jelly. I just had PB", MLIA has launched into a death spiral of comedy. People from all over the world share events in their life that have occured that other's would find funny, ironic, random, or just plan cool, and are voted upon by readers as 'Average' or 'Meh'.
Heads up; there are many other copycat sites. Fmylife and mylifeistwilight are just a sample. Mylifeisaverage is the original, the best, and the one with the most quality by far.
The readers of MLIA often occur with these traits;
Dis-like if Hatred of Twilight and Miley Cyrus
Lke or Love of Harry Potter
Not so average lives.
I won a goldfish from a fair, but I when I came home I realized that i had no fish food. Thinking that he'd probably die that night, I fed him crunched up Cheerios. My fish lived off of Cheerios for 2 weeks. Then I finally decided to get him real fish food. I fed it to him. 5 minutes later he died. MLIA.
Today my father and I went to the grocery store. Because we're Bosnian our dishes usually involve garlic so my father had stocked up enough. The cashier gave us an odd look and my father just shook his head, replying with "Just making sure the vampire stalkers stay away from my daughter. You can never be too safe after seeing that sparkly guy from Twilight." Love you pops. MLIA
Today, I read a story of MLIA about how someone was going to start screaming inside their head to see who would react and was thus a mind reader. I thought it was a good idea and decided to try it. I ended up shouting out loud at an old lady. She definitely flinched.
Acronym for 'my life is average.' Usually used at the end of a sentence about an mundane life event.
They were out of Heineken at the bar, so I ordered a Shiner instead. MLIA
A site that is not average at all.
Today, I saw the cookie monster tackle my professor. MLIA. THATS NOT AVERAGE, ITS AWESOME.
My life is average.
A spin-off of FML
Today, after my friend texted me a joke, I typed "hehe" I backspaced and changed it to "haha", because I felt this was closer to my real laugh. MLIA
An acronym for "My Life is Average".
A site that parodies FML
, where people post their "average" stories. The format consists of posting the story, and then putting the acronym MLIA afterwards.
Lately, many of the comments on the stories by members are people complaining about the site isn't "average" anymore, but instead full of funny stories that actually make people laugh.
Apparently these people are stupid and can't accept change. Maybe they need to move out of their parents' basements and stop dragging society down with their shit.
Today at school, my friend went into one of the large storage cupboards. When he came out a few minutes later, I asked, "How was Narnia?" Without missing a beat, he replied, "Hogwarts was better." MLIA.