120
By Screwed - / Saturday 7 June 2014 13:31 / Australia
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply
  solarei  |  4

What do you think happened, obviously she acted like a dumbass and the dude told her about it later. Classic YDI case.

Reply
  brand125  |  17

actually 13, your wrong its NOT a classic YDI case. The op didnt tell us whether she had a painful condition that she REQUIRES medication, and whether or not she took the right dose or not. answers to those questions COULD mean its not her fault, you cant blame someone for taking their prescribed medication for intense pain and having loopy effects. (obviously if she did it to get high then its ydi)

Reply
  the_real_dvd  |  21

Wow 13... Classic YDI?? I was in an accident a 18 months ago that crushed 2 discs in my back. I couldn't even walk. Maybe you're man enough to walk that off but I'm telling you- Yes! I took the pain meds. Dilaudid and morphine and whatever. I apparently don't have a subliminal fetish for corn and I can guarantee I've never faked an O. But I did behave like a sentimental old fool and told my wife things a normal Midwestern raised man doesn't say. I had total diarrhea of the mouth, but in hardly consider I deserved it. Maybe you need some perspective.

Reply

You've had experience taking heavy medications, so you know not to talk to anyone or do anything while under their influence, lest you pass yourself off as a loose-tongued drunkard. The warning against operating machinery on the label should give folks a clue as to just how powerful are the drugs they're taking. I'd give this one a YDI.

Reply
  brand125  |  17

#68 "youve been taking these meds you should know".. the fml doesnt state whether it was among her first times taking them (which it COULD be) or that she already knew she acted this way on them. but youve already assumed one way without considering it all. and by the way, lots of meds have warnings not to drive and such, only because of the drowsieness, not nessasarily becauses of the effects op witnessed. theres no "dont talk to family/spouse". of course i could be wrong

Reply
  Brandi_Faith  |  33

51, if you wrote this how come you stated you were a female calling your boyfriend in the post, but now you're a "Midwestern male" that called your wife? I'm confused.

Reply
  brand125  |  17

77 - the person you are talking about did NOT say they were the poster of the fml, they just said their own personal story and relating it to the op.....

Reply
  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Ahh ok, that makes sense. The way he was wording his comment made it seem as if he was claiming to be the OP which is why I said I was confused. I apologize for my mistake.

Reply
  elkaypea  |  5

Hey this is the corn lover who posted this, just thought I'd share a lil background info. I have two ruptured discs in my back, hence the medication, and accidentally took two pills and one panadol, as the heavy meds look almost identical to panadol. About the orgasms, my boyfriend is the sweetest guy on the planet and as I took his virginity he doesn't have much experience. He is getting better but was really worried he didn't do anything for me because I didn't come. I'm aware I'm a total cow for faking but it made him happy and was only once. As to his reaction, I found out about it the next morning and when I admitted it was true (both the faking and the corn) he wasn't mad at me, only really depressed cause now he thinks that I find him unattractive. He's 6 foot tall, curly brown hair, blue eyes and an amazing set of abs/biceps. I'm officially the worst gf in the world. On the corn note, I really do love it and have been craving it for about a week:/ Btw I'm new to FML and I think I already posted this but can't find it? Such a ditz.

Reply
  zenkuru  |  14

I'd think it her fault for calling her boyfriend after taking a heavy pain medication. I mean you would expect it to make you a little out of it.

Reply

While I don't think it's likely, it's possible she has only ever faked a few random orgasms (making it less of a big deal) and for some reason told him about it. Or it's even possible she has never faked them and she lied about it while loopy from the meds.

Reply
  brand125  |  17

wrong, calling your boyfriend to talk is not something id generally be worried about if i took meds. you refrain from things like driving and operating machinery, ect. but if your not allowed to talk at all , especially to the one whos suppose to support you while you are feeling down, then fuckkkk. (obviously she didnt know the extend of the effects til afterwards, but not her fault)

Reply
  LexiDaBae  |  17

You're really not supposed to eat corn... it has no nutritional value. =/

Reply
  mageepaigeee44  |  15

Corn can protect the body from cancer and heart disease. It's actually quite good for you, it's the toppings people put on it that makes it bad. But if you use smart balance butter and a small amount of salt, it's very nutritious.

Reply
  Rallred32  |  20

Let me clear things up. PEOPLE EAT CAKE BECAUSE IT TASTES GOOD. NO ONE EATS CAKE BECAUSE THEY THINK "oh hey this sounds healthy" or some shit like that. I LIKE CORN BECAUSE IT FEELS GOOD ON MY TEETH. Ok? Now stfu about how it's "not very good for you." I don't fucking care.

By  NicH1799  |  20

I remember when I first confessed to my parents that I really liked corn. It was a hard day, but we pulled through, together. Keep fighting the good fight OP.

Loading data…