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Might I just remind everyone that this is not a FYL site, but a FML site. Hence the way I worded the FML. OF COURSE FHL. There are worms in her ass for shit's sake. And this ahole, aka "mother of the year", has to sterilize everything, because she has a nail biter, who didn't wash her hands well enough. What 10 year old does?

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Pinworm is an intestinal infection caused by tiny parasitic worms measuring about 5 to 10 millimeters (about half to one centimeter) in length. Other names for a pinworm infection are "seatworm infection," "threadworm infection," "enterobiasis," or "oxyuriasis." One of the most common roundworm infections, pinworm infections probably affect about 200 million people across the world, including about one third of the population in the United States. Of all age groups, schoolchildren are most at risk for pinworm infections. Pinworms don't cause any harm (just itching), and it won't take long to get rid of them. And people who have pinworms aren't dirty - kids can get pinworms no matter how often they take a bath or play in the mud. How Do You Get Pinworm? Pinworm infections are contagious. People become infected by unknowingly ingesting microscopic pinworm eggs that can be found on many different surfaces, including: bed linens towels clothing (especially underwear and pajamas) toilets bathroom fixtures food drinking glasses eating utensils toys kitchen counters desks or lunch tables at school sandboxes The eggs pass into the digestive system and hatch in the small intestine. From the small intestine, pinworm larvae continue their journey to the large intestine, where they live as parasites - their heads attached to the inside wall of the bowel. About 2 to 4 weeks after a person acquires the pinworm eggs, adult female pinworms begin migrating from the large intestine to the area around the rectum. There, they will lay new pinworm eggs, which trigger itching around the rectum. When someone scratches the itchy area, microscopic pinworm eggs are transferred to their fingers. Contaminated fingers can then carry pinworm eggs to various surfaces, where they're able to live for 2 to 3 weeks. If you're wondering if your family pet could give you pinworm infection, it can't. Pinworms don't com

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Good. Who eats corned beef anyway? It's not St. Patricks Day... Well I guess you have an excuse if your Irish. I prefer grapes anyway: high in energy, 100% fat free, low in sodium and great for your health.

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157: You couldn't let me sound smart for once? And I believe grapes are pretty healthy, mr. smartass. What would you prefer if you were on a diet? Because I understand how fatening grapes are.. Do not hate on grapes. They are good for your soul. And idiot above smartass: You misunderstood what I said.

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oh oh look out you're not suppose to question a FML no matter how stupid they are. Wonder where the FML hit squad is on this comment.... wake up guys he hurting someone's feelings.

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