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    Default Weirdest Place You've Puked

    Once at a volleyball tournament when I was roughly 13 I was feeling quite ill on the drive to get some Pepto Bismol. We didn't make it and there was nowhere to throw up but a hoodie. It sorta caught it.
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    I do beleive that everyone already knows mine.... on somebody's nether regions to put it most tactfully!
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    When I was pregnant with my third child I was at a non-air-conditioned laundromat in July folding clothes. There were fans on so I didn't realize I was overheating until I started feeling faint.

    I tried to push fluids, but it was too late. I puked all over the floor and started apologizing to the attendant for making such a mess and crying "I want Don. I want Don." My grandma, who was helping me with the laundry so Don could stay home with the kids, called Don and he came and carried me to the car and took me home.

    I felt silly for being such a baby, but I was so glad to see him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    When I was pregnant with my third child I was at a non-air-conditioned laundromat in July folding clothes. There were fans on so I didn't realize I was overheating until I started feeling faint.

    I tried to push fluids, but it was too late. I puked all over the floor and started apologizing to the attendant for making such a mess and crying "I want Don. I want Don." My grandma, who was helping me with the laundry so Don could stay home with the kids, called Don and he came and carried me to the car and took me home.

    I felt silly for being such a baby, but I was so glad to see him.

    A story about puking has never made me go "awww" before.

    Because my life is so mundane, I do believe that a toilet, a bin next to my bed, and in the back of a car, are the only places I ever threw-up.
    Several times for each, of course. I have always gotten car sick very easily.

    I think what is worth mentioning, is that when I was five or six years old, I devoured an entire family sized package of chocolate wafers in one car trip.
    In that same trip, I wound up shooting lasers of yoohoo at the back of the car seat. Somewhere in the midst of my projectile vomiting, I found time to say I was sorry.
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    I don't recall ever puking somewhere awkward (although there could be a reason for that)...but I do remember driving home from a concert with three people in the front seat. The guy in the middle decides he has to puke and leans over the guy on the right and sticks his head out the window. Driving 70+mph and puking out the window is not a fun experience for him or my truck (which he subsequently ended up washing). Unfortunately...his failing state of mind causes him to not care where he puts his feet... Long story short, I'm driving with one hand, barely looking above the dash, while holding this guys feet up off the floor so he doesnt kick the pedals while my truck gets puke rained down it...navigating traffic. What a good night.

    I did puke on my bed, once, though. It was disgusting when I discovered it the next day...upon awaking...in bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    A story about puking has never made me go "awww" before.

    Because my life is so mundane, I do believe that a toilet, a bin next to my bed, and in the back of a car, are the only places I ever threw-up.
    Several times for each, of course. I have always gotten car sick very easily.

    I think what is worth mentioning, is that when I was five or six years old, I devoured an entire family sized package of chocolate wafers in one car trip.
    In that same trip, I wound up shooting lasers of yoohoo at the back of the car seat. Somewhere in the midst of my projectile vomiting, I found time to say I was sorry.
    That reminds me of the time we were having the utter chaos that goes with getting four little ones ready for church and our four year old IXFP was, unknown to us, feeding her two year old brother, who was corralled in a playpen, the better part of a bag of mini-Peppermint Patties.

    We had no idea she had done this until we were summoned to the church nursery to collect our sick toddler, whose pukey clothes smelled suspiciously like chocolate mint.
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    I've never been much of a puker, but the time that embarrassed me the most was while my husband and I were dating.

    We went to the local regatta here, I started feeling sick and puked in front of G*D and everybody. Had quite an audience, but nobody cheered. Hubby took me to a local doctor who wanted to proscribe penicillen(?) because he proscribed penicillen for everyone and for everything, but alas, I am allergic. That was the first time I'd ever had the rotoviral thing, but not the last time, dang it.
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    I actually puked in a McDonald's play area when I was about 10...and I scared the other kids away.

    (I guess I was one of the reasons many McDonald's playplaces were closed down.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I do beleive that everyone already knows mine.... on somebody's nether regions to put it most tactfully!
    Well.. mine was his stomach.. but for the same reasons.
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