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  Sirin_fml  |  5

No, you're right! You posted other gay shit on thread 1 despite it having no relation to the other comments! Please read the commenting rules again, my main man :-)

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  KaySL  |  5

So-LONG MARIANNE, IT'S TIME THAT WE BEGAN, YOUR LETTERS THEY ALL SAY THAT YOU'RE BESIDE ME NOW. THEN WHY DO I FEEL ALONE? I'M STANDING ON A LEDGE AND OUR FINE SPIDER WEB, IS FASTENING MY ANKLE TO A STONE! Uh, whathefuck, oh shit, sorry, I got confused. What year is this again?

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  daltreix  |  5

or wait my bad, quadrupal menstrual rage! XP and since you'll make me sing if i dont comment related: OP you're in quite a bloody situation there :P... wait a minute..

By  kamkak  |  6

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  fmlwinnn  |  6

um yeah there is. I'm a girl too, and whenever I get my period I get major mood swings and horrible stomach cramps. no exaggeration. sometimes a headache, too. one time, my mood was so bad, I cried for absolutely no reason (like literally bawling) and then 10 minutes later I was cracking up. don't say that there's no such thing as pms.

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  KiddNYC1O  |  6

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PMS is very real but girls use this as an excuse to be bitchy most of the time. it actually doesn't occur during the actual cycle. Why do you think its called PREmenstrual syndrome? You get most of your mood swings before the actual cycle begins. Sometimes it can continue a few days into the menstrual cycle but normally stops. I think most women get so irritated DURING their period merely because they're in pain, no one likes to be messed with when they're in pain. I also think placebo can have a lot to do with it too since most women today think PMS happens DURING the cycle instead of afterwards, causing the placebo to immitate irritability. But, the placebo thing is merely my own theory. I learned most of this in my psychology course over the past few years, and also from personal experience.

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  Iskaria  |  6

PMS is the hormonal shift prior to menstruation, you can say it doesn't exist its basic biology. If you literally experience NO difference in mood it's you there is something wrong with not the rest of us. As for two weeks+ before that's ovulation stress/pain and isn't PMS. I'm normally like sarcastic etc all month (apparently when women are sarcastic it's being bitchy) and I wont cry at all unless its hormonal. When I am hormonal however I'm something akin to demonic so... it's real, plus that whole medically proven thing lol.

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  danii_s2  |  6

it's a medical condition... some people go unbearably ill... like extreme pms... so I doubt ppl wud go crazy like that for no reason if they had control over it.

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  flighted  |  6

for real PMS is real. lucky for me all I usually encounter is the odd effect of my body getting curvier and I usually cry at the drop of a pin the week before and the week of. I get super sensitive...I'll even feel depressed just watching tv and start bawling for seemingly no reason......THATS how I know mother nature is about to give me her gift lol

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  oNisao  |  6

Well there is a lot of emotions when it happens, but being cranky and upsetting other people just a choice you make. + I think that women today just use their period just to be a bitch.

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  Neekovolwf  |  30

Actually PMS occurs 1-2 weeks before the actual period this the PRE- menstrual cycle. During the cycle itself girls are just dying of pain and have hormones going crazy, which is why we act like bitches 99% of the time

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  princessbeee  |  6

my whole lunch table is in sync.. when you spend A LOT of time with another girl, your hormones can pick up on each other, and your cycles can match, according to seventeen magazine.

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  cuddlekitty66  |  6

Uh. Duh. Like when you live with your mom and a sister, you tend to all get on sync. If your not too close to the person (personally not physically) then it can not happen.

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  rofflewaffle  |  6

My roommate's now ex-girlfriend lived with us for a little while, and she and I synced up. It has something to do with our pheromones and is actually pretty common and well-documented.

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By flufee2 / Wednesday 23 April 2014 02:40 / Canada - Burlington
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