By Anon - United States - Los Angeles
Today, I really haven't been feeling well. Even thought I felt like complete shit, my friends dragged me out to a club. When I got there, I ran into the bathroom and started simultaneously shitting and puking. If I stopped one, the other got worse. I was stuck there for an hour and a half. FML
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
  poopehdoo  |  9

Just wondering - are people aware that immodium just blocks your bowel? Good for when you absolutely cannot reschedule something, but terrible in the long and short run. Your body is trying to get rid of toxic stuff and you're just keeping it in.

By  klutzyduck1  |  24

That's terrible, I've always been scared to have that happen in a public restroom (for many reasons). Especially a night club bathroom...ick. I'm sure choosing which to use the toilet for, was a difficult choice. Like the earlier commenter said about withstanding peer pressure, this situation may be a really good motivator for you to trust your own judgement in the future. It's hard when you feel like you are letting others down, but real friends would have been more concerned about how you were feeling, rather than pestering you to got to a club for their own entertainment. Silver lining: the club is mostly filled with strangers, so no one really knows who you are, which might lessen the embarrassment.

  nonsensical  |  26

Maybe they did but they had to wait til OP took a break from exploding out of both ends...

By  species4872  |  19

Self inflicted I'm afraid, next time listen to your body

By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

A crowded place with loud music, drugs, and drinking, your friends thought this would be a good place to drag a sick person? Cause alcohol and dancing always help with illnesses.
You do need to stand up for yourself more, if you're sick, you're sick, tell anyone who pressures you to just go away, but your friends are not only idiots, but dicks. They should have cared enough to make sure you were ok, not drag you out to the last place a sick person should be.