By Anonymous - 20/01/2010 18:21 - United States
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You deserve it for arbitrarily cramming things in there. You're fortunate it's just an applicator.
Grapefruit, it is safe to assume that it didn't break off. The OP said it was too bad she didn't read the instructions. That would lead everyone to believe that it was her fault. Also, I've never known an applicator to have a tip that could be removed. As the comment above me says, she should still be able to get it out...unless it's tiny.
How the hell did you manage to do that? Seriously, I really think this must be fake. I've used the OTC stuff before and I still have no clue how that would happen...
Ok, I'm sure it was just said in that way to add the shock factor/ridiculousness effect or whatever; but it sounds like the OP typed this FML with the applicator still lodged in her vag. "I now have to go to the doctor to get the applicator removed...but not before i awkwardly squat uncomfortable in my computer chair to let the world know of my stupidity over the internet".
We're lenient with these things. If you just call fake without bothering to give any reason or explanation for why you think it's fake, then chances are good the comment will be moderated. In this case, I don't see why #2's comment was moderated, so I've restored it :)
Some guys could probably use the instructions. And women the world round would be thankful. But seriously...most things that are internal need instructions. And considering how many blood vessels run through vaginal walls, a lot of substances can be absorbed into the body that way. So most applicators, tampons, pills, et cetera have specific instructions. Mostly for cleanliness, but I guess...also so things don't get stuck?
The little yeast beasties always live in vagina's because they like warm moist places. But usually, they can't grow and reproduce so much because the mild acid fluid from the vagina stops them. But when a woman gets sperm in her vagina, or when she has her period, or when she uses soap to wash it, the natural fluid loses its mild acidity. So then, the yeast can grown and reproduce until there are lots of little yeast beasties living there and they cause an infection. So basically, any woman can get it. The infection causes foul smelling vaginal fluid wich can look yellowish and crumbly. And it causes a really bad itch.
Um...You have to go to the doctor to get it removed? How deep is ur vagina?
What do you call a bunch of blondes with yeast infections? A wine and cheese party!