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By yeastly - / Monday 9 July 2012 19:54 / United States - Amery
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By  HairyPunisher  |  27

I wonder if Bella did that. It would explain why Edward Cullen avoided sex with her for so long.

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By  HairyPunisher  |  27

I wonder if Bella did that. It would explain why Edward Cullen avoided sex with her for so long.

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  HairyPunisher  |  27

I can't stand Twilight either. I hate it when people get all whiny and say "How can you know Twilight sucks if you haven't read it?" Well I did read the books solely so I can say they suck. I wish I could have the month of my life I spent on the four books back. But back to the FML, yeah ewww, what was OP thinking?

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  HelloGuys  |  4

I actually think twilight is a good movie & imma guy

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  R3TROxLOV3  |  32

67, There's really no point in doing something if you're going to go into it already determined to have a terrible time. Once you do that, it won't Matter if what you were doing was actually enjoyable, you're just going to ignore the good parts and focus on the bad. Never go into something expecting to hate it, because if you expect to hate it, you usually will, even if it's actually not so bad.

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  HairyPunisher  |  27

77, you're absolutely right. I actually tried editing my last comment to clarify. I gave the books a chance and didn't go into them with a "these books will suck" attitude. There were elements I did like but it was just overshadowed by what I viewed to be sexism if you read between the lines of the plotlines of all four books. I respect anyone's opinion on the books, I was simply stating my own. And word to the wise, baking soda panties would absorb the yeast infection.

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  ALpein  |  0

This statement is false because that only applies to vampires. Not sparkling posers. But in all seriousness, Twilight is just all around a bad read. She graduated college in Literature and used the word "Handsomer." Now, I could point at the Editors for not catching her mistakes (which they should have so it's half their faults) but she should know better.

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  skittihorse  |  8

Plus, she'll already have the yeast to make the bread

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Typically I think they recommend using a clove. And 84, without vagina's none of us would be around. Crazy right? Have your parents not given you the "where do babies come from" speech yet?

By  jmcgirl  |  3

Idiot. Go to the chemist.

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  Drigr  |  8

I'm probably just some ignorant american but... is "chemist" some sort of slang for pharmacist or something? You're not the first to say it.

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  courtneyann211  |  10

42- it is a topical remedy. As well as plain Greek yogurt. Both are recommended to pregnant women who have a yeast infection since there aren't many meds that are safe for them to use.

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  GothicAngel17  |  24

Sometimes natural remedies are a last resort for women with yeast infections. The yeast can become immune to the various anti-fungal treatments. And perhaps OP is pregnant, which can mean constant, painful and very bad yeast infections, where the only treatment is the canesten internal cream, which only makes it go away for a little while. In that case I really wouldn't blame OP for turning to natural remedies.

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  Life_is_FML  |  22

I had a yeast infection once when I was younger. Pure, vicious agony. You can't do anything because if the pain. If you are pregnant, you can't use a lot of medicines so I don't blame her for trying a home remedy. Garlic is supposed to work

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