104
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply

Is everyone else missing the fact that this should be an FML for the dog too? Poor dog had a tampon with vaginal blood its mouth.

Reply

37, his sister probably wasn't home. 95, unfortunately, dogs actually are known to eat bloody tampons and pads. Not only have I discovered our family doing doing the same thing, when I adopted my dog a few months ago, my vet mentioned to keep those away where a dog can't get to them.

Reply

I'm going to crawl in a hole now for the unintended period (no pun intended) in my follow-up correction.

Reply

Yeah same here... Even if I wore rubber gloves it wouldn't change a thing... And on a side note this is the first FMLer I've found who also lives in AK! I'm not alone!

Reply

Yep. The germaphobe in me would never be the same. Sweet!! There's(I think)three others from Alaska here. Welcome to FML!

Reply

18 & 20, I'm born and raised in AK. I visit about 3 - 4 times a year and was just there in July. It's nice to find some FMLers on here who love there. I miss AK but it is, now, impossible for me to live there.

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

6- It's bloody, it stinks of human, and its scent is very strong. Their instinct is to eat it to dispose of it, and they like the taste of the blood.

Reply

40- Trash cans in the bathroom are easily accessible as they are low and usually uncovered.

Reply

I think if we're going to refer to a dog becoming a sudden viscous blood seeking animal.... Wouldn't Cujo be a better reference?

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

It may not necessarily be she disposed of it improperly. My dog has raided my bathroom trash can a couple times and this same sort of thing has happened.

Loading data…