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By  Kay_Noelle  |  11

that's one shitty gift.. sorry I had to do it.

  perdix  |  29

#1, aw, poor you! You can always seek professional help to work on your impulse control. If your shrink has sunglasses sitting precariously on his head, seek a different one.

  abitabanana  |  8

Actually it was a thoughtful gift. Apparently most FML users are too young to know that when a baby has come ripping out your vagina (yes, literally), you will fear shitting, causing your stool to harden, hence the softeners.
Someday you will understand. Unless you're male. Or lucky.

  chocolatelvr  |  5

No matter how necessary stool softeners could end up being, a far more diplomatic solution would have been for the mother to purchase a fun gift that wouldn't insult her daughter during the baby shower, and instead giving her daughter advice and the medication recommendation after the baby shower, in private.

  MsKatieFace  |  11

Why? surely its better for women to know the effects of pregnancy? At least some of the other guests there will have had or be planning to have children, you'd be surprised how many naive women there are with no idea that pregnancy/childbirth causes constipation, stress incontinence, prolapses etc, all the nasty stuff is almost like a secret that comes as a not so nice surprise when they're actually experiencing it. I for one would never have a child knowing what i know about how it affects your body not just for those 9 months but for life, it NEEDS to be more out in the open so women are aware what they will be in for.

  jamieann1214  |  4

Actually they are great parents. Being pregnant can cause a lot of constipation due to your belly growing bigger and crushing your intestines. Plus after the baby you want those softeners!