They are not pets.

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18 Responses to They are not pets.

  1. Jenn says:

    I think you meant “menstruating”, no?

  2. Katie says:

    Hm, I guess that as the WRITER among your fans, I should have caught that, but I’m not a very good speller :(

    Jessica–THANK YOU for participating today! It has been SO MUCH FUN. You’re a champ and a really nice person. (And funny and smart and stuff.)


  3. Jack says:

    Should’ve added somethong about blood pouring, don’t you think ?

  4. Bob says:

    I’m hungry

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  6. 4 Dudes says:

    Glad you left the blood pouring out!

  7. Tyrannophobe says:

    Silver bullets have a similar effect on both. Which makes the very difficult task of telling them apart all the more important.

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  9. THIS. IS. AWESOME. I’m printing it out and and pinning it over my desk. Thank you so much!

  10. Reggie says:

    Really? Thanks for perpetuating stupid, unfunny stereotypes.

  11. TBerculosis says:

    Stereotypes save time because they’re usually true more often than not.

  12. Mike says:

    I always liked spelling it and saying it – menistration. It’s easier to say. AND, why isn’t it called womenstruating. Why do guys get blamed for everything?

  13. c j says:

    I’m with Reggie. We werewolves have suffered enough stereotyping!

  14. Shelley & Szventh says:

    Awesome! Ah-woooooooo!

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  16. Sugarcane says:

    both equally scary. I’m glad I only have to deal with one in every day life…

  17. Kektklik says:

    I’d agree with it more if it were Menopause…since most females my age aren’t all “rage” when they’re on their period. They are more “blah” or “massage me!”