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By nhyari - / Monday 25 August 2014 18:58 / South Africa - Cape Town
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By  cadillacgal79  |  32

Don't worry it'll be over soon, trust me, even I get like that when I'm on mine, major mood swings man -_-

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  killerdana  |  19

I get mood swings too but I've never become violent, especially when someone was doing something nice for me. I have a feeling she's just a huge bitch regardless of whether or not she's on her period.

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  cadillacgal79  |  32

Sorry guys, I'm not saying she had a right to hit OP, and I don't use my period as an excuse to get outta things. Only saying that sometimes I get to the point of slapping somebody, but than I eat pizza and go be miserable.

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  jadeg0219  |  6

She's on her period. Sometime you just can't control it

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(I don't hit people!) sometimes we get so bad that we literally cannot control it. It's hard to explain...

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I completely agree 8! It's one thing to feel like crap and not want to move or go out, but still be polite to be people "you know what I'm feeling horrible and I think I would rather stay in tonight. Plus I'm probably a bit moody and you don't need to be around that. But thanks for asking!" But when women just use it as an excuse to treat others like crap it's just freaking annoying. They get this mentality, "I feel miserable, so everyone else must be miserable too." And if you do get really grumpy and have a hard time controlling it, try not to be around anyone.

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  raeepressley  |  12

I totally agree. I have a really big problem with women who use their periods as an excuse to let lose and be psychotic bitches. It's one thing to be crabby and not want to be around people, or to be moodier than normal, but that's absolutely no excuse to be rude or abusive. You're not going to make any friends, and you're just going to piss people off. Like really?? I get that yes, it can be painful. I get awful cysts, but I can honestly say that I have never turned into a moody bitch at that time of the month because I understand that it's no ones fault that I'm in the condition I'm in.

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  killerdana  |  19

Whenever I would get annoyed at my boyfriend when I was on my period I would tell myself it's not his fault I feel like this. It can be hard sometimes, you just have to make an effort. Guys will be more willing to try to make you feel better when you're on it if you dont act like a spoiled little twat

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  Demoniq  |  25

There is no reason, ever, for a woman to hit the man she supposedly loves!!! Girls who act like this are dumbfounded when men get violent with them but, it's ok for them to do as they please because they're 'the weaker sex'? Your girlfriend doesn't need a period to qualify as a bitch OP.

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  Zarcissa  |  34

I've never understood how girls can get bitchy during periods, I think they're faking it. I've never noticed much changes myself during periods, other than being slightly more emotional, but nothing that a deep breath or two couldn't calm down.

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I agree, I get very painful periods and I don't see that as an excuse to verbally or physically assault my husband. I'd break up with that girl, slapping OP so hard was totally uncalled for. She could have given him a serious injury.

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  sweetnsourrr  |  11

I PMS sometimes, it makes me extremely moody and I hate it. I would either be really depressed or angry for no reason, but I never made an excuse for it. I do believe some girls fake it and take advantage because they want to get away with things, not all women have PMS and have extremely bad cramps like I do.

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  notsorandomguy  |  18

Periods are nonetheless not an excuse for acting super bitchy. Yeah, I get it, you're having mood swings due to hormones. Is your SO slapping you that hard when they're flat out drunk acceptable to you? If it is, you might want to call domestic abuse. If it isn't, how the fuck is that acceptable on their periods? I don't rape women when I get a testosterone rush do I? Hormones do not excuse your actions.

By  annarcheer  |  19

wow. shark week sucks. I get really mean on mine.

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I'm going to say this straight up. Some of us were born with periods that are so crippling that we can't even get up. I sure as hell hate it when people try to communicate with me.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I completely get that 29, but if that's the case try not to be around anyone and stay in your room, (which should be pretty easy because you probably aren't going to work if you're in that much pain). There's no need to rip anyone's heads of for merely talking to you. Plus, the people that are talking to you are probably talking to you because they care about you and like you as a person, it's not like they're trying to bug or annoy you.

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  raeepressley  |  12

I agree that periods for some people come with crippling pain. I get very painful ovarian cysts whenever that time of the month comes around, on top of normal cramping. I've never had anybody comment on any mood swings or change in behaviour though. The reason for that is because, although I may be in a great deal of pain, I know it's not anyone else's fault that it's happening to me, so I choose not to be a total bitch to anyone who speaks with me.

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  nix1993  |  37

Yeah I totally agree, I mean, I get really nasty too... You should hear some of the abuse I throw at my uterus, it's heinous. Other people, though? Not so much. Mainly because I'm actually a fairly decent human being and don't operate under the belief that the horrendous pain that my own body puts me through can justifiably be taken out on anyone else. Or that quite frankly, anything at all gives me the right to treat other people like shit when they have done nothing to deserve it. Guess I'm just quirky that way.

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