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By  manb91gb  |  9

Then you should learn your limits and stick to them instead of poisoning yourself.

That's why you throw up, because you've injested too many toxins, dickhead.

By  chyiochan  |  30

At least it wasn't vomit splashing back up in your face!

I do have to say, its one of the first things I learned in grade school Science. Whenever mixing chemicals, make sure you pour the dangerous chemical into the non-dangerous/water. As whatever you pour, the standing (being poured into) liquid is the one that will splash up!

By  GamerChickxoxo  |  15

alot of have been there, after you get the chunks out a hot shower to make you comfortable while you dry heave helps, then warm up and drink lots of fluids when you stop throwing up. this is probably a sign that alcohol is poison and your body doesn't want you to drink.

By  mooshake  |  10

I don’t know why so many people are hating, yes it’s self inflicted but majority of us have been there.
Next time you’re sick for whatever reason, put a little bit of toilet paper in the toilet to help stop the splash back (:

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  Miss_Whipped  |  42

It splashed because I bet the OP had too much food and not enough fluid. It would have to be heavy enough to drop and splash directly up onto the face. Not an alcoholic, just get violently ill during dips in the depresso times. I probably sound like a tool but that's alright with me.

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  mooshake  |  10

Idk, I mean what you’re saying is 100% possible but I know there’s been times where I have been sick and it’s been all fluid and still splashed back so food might not have anything to do with it. Just need something over the water to help soften the blow