By Anonymous - United States


Today, it was my birthday. My parents got me a box of cupcakes. My brother got me a deck of cards. My aunt got me a brochure on how to quit smoking. I have diabetes, I don't play cards, and I don't smoke. FML
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  kindlystfupls  |  0

"he could have THOUGH.."?? lol correcting peoples spelling/use of words and then you fuck up??
boooooo and if you haven't noticed the I and the O are next to each other on the keyboard..

  Nutz321  |  0

56- ^win. 52- just calm down a bit. I get where you're coming from, but there's no need to get hotted up. rest of you careful. this is text communication. meaning can get lost. remember that before you click comment button.

  Mads_1234  |  28

Well, it really sucks to have a high blood sugar. You feel like you're shaky, sweaty, dizzy, and just sick in general. I feel for you OP :(
(I'm a type 1 diabetic)

By  Zmeilerr  |  22

1: Eat them on occasion.
2: Try it, you may have a new hobby.
3: Give it to a friend who smokes.

Yea, yea I know, bad attempt. Troll me if you must. -___-

  letmeinplease  |  0

I don't know why 10 got voted down so much. She COULD learn to enjoy cards, and if her aunt thught that she smoked, that's a caring gesture. FYL on the cakes OP though, that just is careless.

  joa76  |  3

Not really...unless they've only very recently been diagnosed, they should know fully well that they can easily work a cupcake into their diet with no repercussions whatsoever. It's usually not recommended for the first few months, but once you've got everything figured out, you can eat just about anything so long as you account for it.