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10 Gross But Totally Real Fears That Every Girl Has Thought Of

If you say these haven't crossed your mind, you're lying...


These real-life, girl fears have made you question your own hygiene, but then you realize that every girl has experienced.

1. Tampon in cervix

Personally, this just happened to me...it is a fear we should have-- it hurt SO bad. Whether you put two tampons in our forgot you had a tampon in and got frisky with your boo.

2. Getting pregnant

Self-explanatory, duh.

3. Gum in hair

This shit is HARD to get out, like, if you've experienced this I am sorry. Use some peanut butter; that's what the internet says, and it's always right, of course.

4. Bra malfunctions

Okay, I have nightmares that I will be at work and my bra disappears and I end up nipping out and not supported around professional people. (Is this weird? Probs). Also, if your bra underwire pops out, ouch.

5. Tampon string breaking off

Another tampon fear, but totally reasonable...if that comes off, you're going to be digging for gold.

6. Straightener frying your hair

Not only just frying it, but, BURNING IT OFF (like that one YouTube video). I am so scared that it will just fall out and smell like fried hair forever.

7. Bleeding through

Any girl anywhere will give you a tampon so finding one typically isn't an issue, but, when you do bleed through and you're in classes on North campus all day and you live on Chit, what're you supposed to do??? Die, that's what you do (or hope your roommate is the greatest and brings you an extra pair of pants).

8. Finding the man of your dreams BUT having wooly mammoth legs

Any day you're like "I am so not going out," you end up going out, lowkey dying, and maybe end up in some frat boy's room, right? Well, what happens when you unleash that hair? Your perfect frat boy will no longer love you for the night, so it's just a sad lonely walk home.

9. Laughing too hard and shooting boogers

Okay, this literally happened to me at Cedar Point Monday. So my boyfriend and I were in line and he said something, and I laughed so hard I snorted and boogers. Went. Flying. (no exaggeration) I love my boyfriend and he "doesn't get grossed out by me" (yeah right), but like oh my god did I want to die, like what are you supposed to do? Quickly sniff it back up??? Blow really hard and try and shoot it at the ground??? I'm not gonna tell you what I did because that's something I will never talk about again.

10. Farting while a guy is flirty-tickling you

I don't know why guys tickle girls to flirt because they hear my weird noises, possible farts, and screaming. What is attractive about that? I don't know, but man is it hard to hold all those farts you've been holding since you went to his house and the minute he tickles you, they come trickling.

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