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By  justfienne  |  12

Omugoodness you guys, don't you see?! SOMEONE else who knows of the peanut allergy spread it on OP's inhaler, so that they either get sick from the peanut butter or suffocate from an asthma attack. That's so sad that someone's ACTUALLY trying to kill you, that's no joke man. Watch yer back!

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  NehNehPwn  |  20

I am anaphylactic (deathly allergic) to peanuts, milk, and eggs. I also have asthma and I live perfectly fine not in a bubble, it just involved being cautious and reading everything.

By  x_Cupcakes  |  0

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By  Amzddd  |  6

Uh, why exactly would your inhaler be placed anywhere near peanuts butter then? Most households with severe nut allergies dont even keep nuts in the house.

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  pollenta  |  0

I disagree, I'm allergic to nuts, wheat, lactose, milk protein, washing powder, and quite a few other things. we still have all these items in out house. my family are just smart enough to make sure I don't ingest/ come in contact with any of those items. even my 4yr old knows mummy can't eat nuttella or peanut butter and he even knows how to use my epi-pen.

By  sunnysurfchick  |  0

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  michelleJ11  |  25

If OP was extremely allergic to peanut butter, I don't think he/she would have any around him/her. Obviously it wasn't OP that put the peanut butter on his/her inhaler ...

By  justfienne  |  12

Omugoodness you guys, don't you see?! SOMEONE else who knows of the peanut allergy spread it on OP's inhaler, so that they either get sick from the peanut butter or suffocate from an asthma attack. That's so sad that someone's ACTUALLY trying to kill you, that's no joke man. Watch yer back!

By  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

I don't understand why people don't take care of the important things. I have three inhalers: for the house, purse, and car. They never get completely empty and they are not near any substances I'm allergic to. Even if someone else intentionally put peanut butter on your inhaler, YDI for not keeping better track of it. Enjoy your hospital trip and find out who wants you dead. It's so odd to have peanut butter in a house/flat/whatever when someone has a serious allergy.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

Yes, because we all know that it's impossible to remove something from a drawer in a person's room or from off their night table and smear peanut butter on it while they are sleeping as part of some cruel joke. This could only be the result of the OP's negligence and them keeping the inhaler near something they were allergic to.

By  Mirorbo  |  26

Who's the sick bastard who planted Peanut Butter on your inhaler? I've said it before and I'll say it again and again. I will never understand people who pull such harmful pranks. They're not even funny!!!

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  Socks91  |  16

I know right? One of the previous posts regarding common sense, this applies here too! One of my dumbass friends thought it would be funny to abuse my severe dairy allergy, by switching my soy milk (on purpose to see what would happen) with full cream dairy. Luckily I can tell the difference just by looking at it. I don't think people realise that they can be charged with assault and/or battery if they do this.

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