By Anonymous - United States
Today, I had a mild allergic reaction from eating pasta salad. I told my mom that I might be allergic to the parsley, since it was the only ingredient that I don't eat often. She made me eat a sprig of it to "make sure." Now my face is covered in hives. FML
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  MrBoredGuy  |  1

Apparently baconstrips, there is something wrong with me, because now my comment's

P.S you come from fat trimmed off the belly of a pig carcass, that is all

  dre_bro11  |  12

36, I'm not being a dick or anything, but who cares?

Heaps if people are allergic to stuff, and if each person commented about themselves or friends or family that were, the comments would be fucking long.

  NTimmy  |  2

I remember one time, that since my parents thought that I didn't have acne anymore, I don't need to use my medications anymore, 3 days later I broke out -.- and it was messy

  iAmScrubs  |  19

You'd be happy to have hives break out all over your face because you think it would look like a bullet wound? I suppose you would also be happy to get a nosebleed because it looks like confetti coming out of your nostril.

  BelleBelle_fml  |  11

True, it doesn't work for everything. But rubbing it on your face is more risky because it can cause swelling, closing off your airway, which can potentially lead to respiratory arrest. So you should rub it on a small spot on your arm instead. And lactose intolerance isn't an allergy, it's the inability to absorb lactose into the digestive system, causing GI upset. So bathing in it won't cause a reaction.

  MagicallyFat  |  12

Obvisouly this doesn't work for everything. Seeing as how his face broke out in hives if he rubbed some parsley on his arm the same wouldn't have happened. Just like poison ivy. You don't have to eat it