Women share the most irrational things they claim they’ve done while hormonal – including driving to France for a baguette and crying because a fart was ‘too loud’07/15/2019
WHETHER you've ever sobbed into a tub of Ben & Jerry's or silently raged at a slow walker on the street, there's no denying that hormones can make us behave a little, erm, irrationally during certain times of the month.
Well if you've ever felt guilty for having a full-on meltdown to your family and friends only to be perfectly fine just 10 minutes later, then please know that you are not alone in this diva-ish behaviour.
In fact, women from all over the internet have been sharing the most ridiculous things they claim to done when they're feeling hormonal.
It all began when Facebook page Holy Flaps asked their 480,000 followers to share the "completely irrational things [they've] done whilst being under the influence of hormones."
The post has racked up over 130,000 comments since it was posted earlier this month and the examples of hormone-induced behaviour are nothing short of hilarious.
Throwing caution to the wind (literally), one woman confessed: "My husband once farted so loud and it scared me so much I cried.
"Because he laughed so much I cry-raged that I wanted a divorce, and told him we needed to put the house on the market.
"Then I cried because I'd be homeless. Because of a fart."
In keeping with the theme, another mum wrote: "I grounded my 14-year-old son for sneezing too loud."
Yep sounds about right.
And as fellow angry-criers, we can't get enough of the woman who says she had a complete mental breakdown over a pretty basic meal.
She wrote: "I tried making an omelette, f**ed it up completely, cried hysterically, said I CAN'T F***ING EAT THAT. 5 minutes later… I ate it."
If that wasn't enough of an emotional roller coaster, she continued: "Whilst eating it, there was an advert on TV about mistreated donkeys, so I was once again crying hysterically.
"Three years later, I'm still sponsoring a donkey called Fred."
Unsurprisingly, many of the stories involved heavily pregnant women going to great lengths to satisfy a food craving.
But while we can sympathise with the user who ended up sobbing on the sofa and looking at pictures of peas because she thought she was "too fat" to go to the supermarket, one mother took matters to all new extremes.
She wrote: "Pregnancy – I wanted a baguette so badly that I DROVE TO FRANCE."
But that wasn't the only irrational mood swing she experience during her pregnancy.
She added: "Also pregnancy – sobbing on the bathroom floor holding a toothbrush because I hated our bathroom tiles and 'the baby wouldn't like them either.'"
My husband once farted so loud and it scared me so much I cried. Because he laughed so much I cry-raged that I wanted a divorce, and told him we needed to put the house on the market. Then I cried because I'd be homeless. Because of a fart.
And we can only aspire to be like the sass-queen who says she smashed two perfectly good pieces of china just to win an argument with her partner.
"I made too much mac and cheese because I totally misjudged it and ended up with 3 casserole dishes full of it, for just two of us," she wrote. "When he commented on how much there was I picked up the two dishes, dropped them on the floor and said, 'problem solved.'"
And surely we can all relate to the woman who bludgeoned what was shaping up to be a beautiful cake because "it p***ed me off".
However, the one story that resonated the most with us out of all the thousands of hormonal horror stories has got to be the tale of the woman and the slow walker.
She explained: "I once got stuck behind a slow person in a shop, I stepped on the rear of her sandal because of her slow pace, I apologised and we continued walking.
"I caught her heel again, sorry again I say. Then a third time it happened and I shouted 'WELL GET OUT OF THE F***ING WAY THEN!'"
We've never felt so heard.
For more ridiculous real life stories, this wedding guest has revealed how a mum got so drunk she "s**t herself" on the dancefloor and everyone had to evacuate because of the smell.
And a sleep-walking mum was left hospitalised after she woke up drinking bleach "like it was juice".
Plus this mum-of-two revealed how she gives her children £15 pocket money A DAY to spend on holidays and designer clothes.
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