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Secretly awaiting the student's FML "Today, I accidentally pooped my pants in my professor's office due to food poisoning. FML"

Her gaze was cold as ice, none dared to challenge her authority. Those who have ventured to her chambers wished they hadn't. Some have been know to release their bowels when looked at by her chilling gaze. She takes academics seriously.

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Secretly awaiting the student's FML "Today, I accidentally pooped my pants in my professor's office due to food poisoning. FML"

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Her gaze was cold as ice, none dared to challenge her authority. Those who have ventured to her chambers wished they hadn't. Some have been know to release their bowels when looked at by her chilling gaze. She takes academics seriously.

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As someone who is plagued with arather serious case of Ulcerative Colitis, this was actually my first thought too. Sadly, this possibly could happen to me. I try to not let the general public know just how bad I am and I can totally see my stubbornness putting me in a similar situation. Feel sorry for both parties here.

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He doesn't. And he is being investigated for malicious pooping. Quite literally shouting 'this is bullshit' and then pooping on a chair- I doubt that there's a physical disability involved.

You don't know how embarrassing something like that is unless you've done it. The student may suffer from a medical condition like Crohns, IBS, or Ulcerative Colitis... From someone that has UC in their 20's, it happens.

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I second this. I've had an intestinal disease since I was 22 and coming close to pooping my pants is an almost daily occurrence.

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For the record: the student does not have a disability or health problem. And the school is investigating if the student had actually done it on purpose as a form harassment against the staff/faculty member.

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Almost 28 and was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at 19. I feel ya man. Had a situation myself, was walking home from my job when the erge hit. I was directly in the middle of either destination and didn't make it. Fortunately I was going home so I was saved from a more public incident.

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Today, we had a long meeting at work about how we are supposed to feel safe, and to come to the managers if we have any problems. I decided to speak up about a coworker that has been harassing me and several others. My manager laughed at me and walked away. FML

By nevergiveinever / Wednesday 1 July 2015 13:44 / United States
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