ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Comments

You must be Logged in to post a comment

  • There's really no reason why this is fake. People have no shame in college and this stuff happens all the time.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 9:28am
  • Yes, 9:50. It very well could be a guy. It never said that it was written by a chick. There is such a thing as coed classes, where a guy could definitely view this happening.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19, 09 at 11:49am
  • i say fake because most girls only go to put in a tampon when they feel like they're menstruating (cramps, or even if they feel some flow w/o cramps). some girls go by the calendar, but if she were doing that she'd probably have realized much sooner that she missed a bunch of pills.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 7:28pm
  • Whores!! I love em!!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:29am
  • This is fake because it was obviously written by a guy who has never had a period. This is not how it works. And that would never happen.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19, 09 at 9:50am
  • haha yeah thats funny because i take my birth control class everyday day at a certain time and on tow of those days its at the very beginning of class. i take out my box and pop one. NO SHAME BTICHES!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 10:36am
  • obviously no clue on how female anatomy works, neither by the slut with the AIDS baby in her womb nor the dumbass who texted this. fail on both accounts

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 9, 09 at 4:20pm
  • I have seen weirder things in class, I don't know why this is not believeable

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 10:24am
  • Almost definately Rutgers.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:46am
  • that's dangerous! don't do that.

    Submitted by poop12 on Nov 1, 10 at 10:02pm
  • You don't get a heart condition from abusing birth control pills - you irritate a heart condition you already have, self-proclaimed genius of 12:44. The warning on birth control is actually because the original dose used to be about 4x as much. And many girls actually died while using the patch because it delivers a higher dosage. The pills may often contain progesterone, not just estrogen. Learn your facts before you spout off next time.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19, 09 at 8:09am
  • out of all the fakes on this site, this is THE most fake by a long shot

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 9:22am
  • Jersey girls....always full of class

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 10:37am
  • This could totally be real I've taken 8 pills at once one more than one occasion. It's kinda like the morning after pill

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 1:15pm
  • Girls don't always know when they need a tampon. Not everyone keeps track. Had that problem today.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 12:52pm
  • If the funniest ones are just the ones your gonna have a period all over about how fake they are then maybe you should go outside instead

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:04am
  • this is textsfromlastnight not webmd. plus, it's from jersey.. who cares

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19, 09 at 1:55am
  • hahaha jerseyyy, gotta love it here

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 21, 09 at 10:39pm
  • taking more than 3 birth control pills at one time = MEDIC! Seen it happen. Hope she has an iron stomach for the massive estrogen overdose she is about to have

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:48am
  • this is really funny! might be fake though...why wouldn't she just take her purse in the first place

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 9:23am
  • Yasmin is one of the pills that can be used as plan b. I had an "oops" long before plan b was behind the counter, and I called planned parenthood and that's what they told me to use. It was fine. And you can't get a heart condition for taking a bunch of estrogen. It's a naturally occurring substance, dumbass. You might have some nausea, but that's about it. Blood clots and stuff happen from prolonged exposure, not a one-time hit.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19, 09 at 12:44am
  • You gitls are lucky you don't have a heart condition. Some formulas of oral contraceptives can be used like Plan B, but you don't take them all at once. It's more like gradually increasing your intake for a week and finishing the pack. But the ones that work like that aren't the pills normally prescribed. It can be very dangerous with the wrong formula. Not to mention ineffective. Please go to your campus health center for Plan B, which is often sold on a sliding scale (pay what you can afford)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 4:08pm
  • I don't understand why people assume things are fake when they actually have no idea. This could very well be real. It might seem a little ridiculous or like something you wouldn't do, but that's the reason it got on this website and people find it to be funny.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 10:24am
  • umh... I've definitely be told by the very nice women at planned parenthood that taking 5 of most birth control pills at one time is effective... though if you don't know that your birth control well work this way I'd stick with plan b... it's only around 20 dollars at planned parenthood, as opposed to 50 behind the counter at a drug store

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 24, 09 at 12:09pm
  • i agree this isn't webmd but i don't want a bunch of girls thinking that's a good idea, either. plan b is cheaper than getting a new pack of birth control pills and it's far more effective. there.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 20, 09 at 10:55am
  • 9:28- correction... people have no shame when they're out drinking and getting f'ed up. this would never happen in class

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 9:49am
  • Faker than fake titties

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:01am
  • Wow, i can see how this could be real, but to the girls that think that this is an effective form of birth control.... I feel sorry for you. The pill just prevents the egg from dropping. It will not stop you from getting pregnant after the egg has dropped and sperm contacts the egg. It is similar for Plan B, it is not an abortion pill, it just stops you from getting pregnant.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 2:15pm
  • OMFG that is the best.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 11:57pm
  • well ive had someone dumo their cum in me more than once i took 5 bc pills and still no baby and i didnt overdose as far as i know??

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 18, 09 at 2:53pm
ADVERTISEMENT