By Sad Mom / Saturday 25 July 2015 02:04 / United States - Wylie
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  imapartypooper  |  15

A bucket of bleach works too.

(I figure I better right a warning in case someone is dumb enough to actually do it. Bleach should not come into contact with your skin.)

  Badkarma4u  |  17

She's his mother she's touched worse things that have come out of his body.


You can dip your hands in bleach and suffer no ill effects.

So long as you have no open sores/wounds, don't touch your face or clothes, or eat anything right after. Just wash your hands with soapy water and you're good to go.

  DivineZero  |  18

i think you mean "put it in a sock"

  joeyl2008  |  29

Years ago my friends mom found his "sock" and she mentioned to him that it was really stiff (I don't think she knew why) and he told her that was his million dollar sock

By  alfalfalaffa  |  17

Well... Just try to look on the bright side OP, that's probably better than walking in on him in action.

Might want to say something to him to avoid dealing with his crusty socks.

  BigC_from_Bama  |  16

I don't know... I'd rather see it happening than feel the results. Both are gonna be awkward but I prefer the one that keeps me from being oblivious to what a crusty sock is doing to be so damn crusty...

  enginsteve  |  16

If you say anything to him its probably going to scar him for life...

I would say just don't look under his bed anymore, make him do his own laundry. Tell him he's growing up he has to learn this important life skill.

  enginsteve  |  16

You must be the kind of person who likes to angrily fap while staring dead into your mother's eyes.

Also, nice screen name swallow, it is unusually appropriate in this case.

By  Llama_Man2000  |  26

Fair enough that sucks, but why would you son not just put it in the laundry in a different shirt - hidden - so it gets washed and no one notices - though what happened to you really sucks.

  Migole  |  36

That can turn bad really fast though if the sock and shirt have different colours and suddenly the white laundry comes back pink ;) (My mum separates everything carefully so this would never work).
Most people also wash their shirts at 30°C and underwear/socks at 60°C so the sock propably wouldn't even come back clean... *ew*
I don't understand why people won't just use tissues though. Sounds so much easier :P (I'm a girl btw)


Today, at my brother's baseball practice, two 6 year-old girls wanted a piggy back ride. I get this a lot due to my size, so after telling their mom how good I was with kids, I let one get on my back. I then promptly tripped over a puppy and face planted, resulting in a crying child. FML

By toot_toot_turtle - / Thursday 17 March 2016 03:41 / United States - Monroe
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