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  Jdb60  |  20

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  gdal8642  |  20

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  buttcramp  |  20

cravings are a big deal when you're pregnant! I'd get some more but don't stock up cause next week it might be something else and the thought of cheese sticks may make her sick. It sounds ridiculous, and it is.. but us mommies really can't control it at the time it is happening. we can (and should) apologize afterward. just hang in there, OP. I know it sucks, but just be glad you aren't the one going through it and be supportive. congrats on the baby! I hope all will be well for you!

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  MrsDruidess  |  20

yeah, be nice, grow a pair of balls and get her whatever the hell she wants within reason, and cheese sticks are well within reason. She has to push your child out of her lady parts, the least you can do is love and comfort her! Now quit bitching and get your ass to the store!

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  cryssycakesx3  |  20

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  themanboyguy  |  20

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  Cadillac4427  |  20

#25....no....no one had to say it because its QUITE OBVIOUSLY AN overused pun.....its also the wrong FML for it. but the FML community will make sure to forgive the oversight. :)

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  dachayke  |  20

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  wellthen7154  |  20

It's just the hormones OP. Besides she could be doing something worse, or she could be like the girl in that other FML and wet herself while in your lap. Just be understanding and buy her some nice cheese sticks. After all, as someone mentioned a bit earlier, it was your stick that got you in that position, only the cheesiest of sticks can get you out :P

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  WhitneyShehan  |  20

Your night was "shot to hell"? Stop being so god damn insensitive and get her some cheese sticks. She's carrying your child, man up and give the woman what she wants.

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  Korra_fml  |  20

#115, it's not always about cheese sticks... but there's always SOMETHING we react to in extreme ways while pregnant. for some, it's just one little thing that sets you off. for others, it's just about everything. i freaked out and started sobbing uncontrollably to the point i almost fell down a set of stairs, all because i *thought* some ice cream melted. i found out, after i calmed down, that it hadn't actually melted. i also threw a box of tomatoes at my boyfriend's head because he said there were no knives to slice a tomato for a sandwich he was making me.

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  dachayke  |  20

#125, #58, I know I sound like a little kid while saying this, bit I'm the second oldest child out of 8, and my dad works a job that takes up his whole day. My point being, if my mother had ever acted that way while pregnant, our family would be a complete wreck. So no, not everybody acts that way. And believe it or not, you kinda sorta can still drive while pregnant, and get whatever it is you want.

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  Korra_fml  |  20

#126, im not saying that its always over something you want. there are plenty of pregnant women who are just perfectly fine, and then start bawling their eyes out over the smallest thing. could be they saw a commercial on tv that somehow upset them, or they just had a thought they didn't like. things like that can't be solved by driving yourself somewhere to buy something. they just have to pass. they can happen at any time of the day or night. just because YOU never saw it in your mom doesn't mean it never happened. unless you yourself have ever been pregnant, you can't fully understand what it's like. stop pretending you do.

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  nurchok  |  20

When they are pregnant, they can just suddenly have an urge for anything, you should be willing to do almost anything for her. Trust me, once she has the baby, she'll go back to normal...

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  AKGirlinSD  |  16

Exact. OP, you might want to realize that cheesesticks are just the tip of the iceberg. Once you accept that, you're mentally ready for her fluctuating hormones. Good luck with your baby on the way :-)!

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  Dave_Davington  |  32

Exactly, between the getting up every couple of hours, the screaming, the vomit and the shitty nappies, you'll be longing for the days when a hormonal wife was all you had to worry about.

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  applebramble  |  28

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