mental illness

Embarrassing Stomach Noises

Did you ever get somewhere and your stomach starts making horrible noises and you have no way to stop it. The people near you are trying to pretend that they do not hear it. You are trying to pretend that you don’t know they can hear it.

So you try to think of something that will cover up the noises. The room is silent…except for the sound of your tummy noises…

So you get out your laptop and begin typing a post about about stomach noises…and try to click loudly on the keys, thinking that the sound of the clicking keys will cover up the unwanted noises.

What the hell? Why does that have to happen at the worst time? Maybe I should be have eaten something this morning.

11 thoughts on “Embarrassing Stomach Noises”

  1. Lol! Awww (((hugs))) so been there lol, sometimes I find the best way to deal with it is to just call yourself out and make a joke out of it…like “Whoa…did you hear that? lol sorry guys shouldn’t have skipped breakfast this morning…my stomach is yelling at me now lol or something like that…the anxiety about trying to act like it’s not happening is just going to make your tummy trouble worse lol xo


      1. Hey typing works too! Kill two birds with one stone lol hide the noise, make blog post…very efficient I would say! πŸ™‚


    1. That’s funny πŸ™‚ It is so interesting how people respond to a post like this. Everyone can relate to having some kind of unwanted bodily function taking place at an inopportune time. Or at least they can remember a time of being the one in the room with someone else who is.

      I was curious about what the comments would be to this one. It was fun. Thank you for sharing your avocado story. Actually I just learned to spell avocado now. I never wrote that word before,,,at least not that I remember.

      I saw the red squiggles and then I realized that avocado is not spelled avacodo. This reminds me of a funny story that happened when my oldest daughter was learning to spell. I think I might post that tonight or tomorrow.

      She spelled things by the phonics I taught her but a few words were coming out the way I said them with my Baltimore accent which meant that a word like dresser was spelled jresser.

      and drink was spelled jrink


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