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"Or OP is just failing to do the things a good boyfriend should do." Why is it that no matter what a woman does, people try to put the blame on the man? I can't help but feel like if you would've saw that OP was a woman you wouldn't have immediately put the blame on her.

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This is one of the foulest things I've ever heard of in my life. Who in there right mind thinks"Oh you're breaking up with me? Then meet the wrath of my used tampon." Fucking ew.

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Youth of innocence? I don't know what you do with used tampons but I sure wouldn't want menstrual blood all over me

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She was being a douche for telling her she was leaving her through the bathroom door. Next time she should have the lady-balls to say it to her face.

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Technically, OP could've still thrown a used sock. Even a "USED" used sock, and while I'd imagine they'd have a harder time getting it into that state, I wouldn't put it behind them to be capable of it.

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That's quite disgusting. If she's too needy though and acts like that, I daresay your better off single. Who knows what else could get thrown at you in an argument in the future

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I've been moody on my period, but never has it ever even entered my mind to throw a used tampon at someone I'm mad at. There's moody, and there's crazy. OP's ex seems to fit firmly in the latter category. If you're the kind of girl who thinks throwing used tampons at people is okay, please let me know so that I can tell everyone I know to avoid you. Also, the OP said needy, not moody. There's a big difference.

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#27, I don't think that's what #9 is saying. The OP stated that she told the girlfriend she was leaving because she was "too needy". So #9 said "She's on her period, of course she's moody", and OP's girlfriend's moodiness was most likely the cause of the arguement. =

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I seriously doubt that one instance of moodiness would cause them to break up. Also, as I said before, there's a difference between moody and needy. My point is that PMS shouldn't cause ANYONE to throw used tampons at people, and girls shouldn't be using it as a way to excuse their behavior when it comes to stuff like this.

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#73, I agree she shouldn't have thrown a tampon. I do not agree with your blanket statement that "girls shouldn't use their period as a way to excuse their behavior" just because your period doesn't effect you in a severely negative way, doesn't mean it's the same for everyone. Everyone reacts differently to hormones. So while you may be all unicorns and rainbows, the lady next to you on the bus may have the complete opposite experience. I have experienced both, and definitely more so

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i agree it wouldn't be an excuse but surely it is better not to break up with someone whilst they are in the bathroom? If I was really angry I might be inclined to do the same as OP's ex (prob wouldn't though but I might think about it?)

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