Your digestive system makes weird noises sometimes. You can’t really stop it from happening, but you can find out why it happens in the first place!
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1. Drink 2 cups of COLD water. it stops hunger cravings.
2. Eat something like oatmeal or fruit. Something filling.
3. If you made a rumble in class drop your pencim then scoot your chair back. Quickly.
*Teacher looks up*
Literally happened to me during a test and I sit in the back of the room and the teacher is all the way across from me.That moment traumatized me forever😑😧
If I’m in class and it starts making noises like that then I just press against my stomach like you do if your about to throw up and that usually stops it.
But if that doesn’t work then I just punch my self in the guts really hard. People look at me like I’m insane but it works.
Guys,really so embarrassing
I can't understand what problem do this stomach have....It destroys our personality and more worse if it happens everyday with you and you're like..."oh..no"
How can anyone concentrate in studies if this continues...
Spoiling my life
Even bad when you're a girl and studying in a class where both boys and girls study and stomach growls and boys stare like you as...if...😒
So awkward moment...even during exam times when the whole class is writing I'm just thinking about growls....can't concentrate in studies
It only growls when all class is silent like..'Yahoo students. ..look am growling' inviting everyone's attention
However,I'll try to change this but one request from you all..please don't make fun of the person who has this problem. ..support it...so no one will feel embarrassed because it's natural
Don't bully that person whose stomach growls
One time in class, I was taking a exam on the Ipad, and it needed headphones, so I put them on. And my stomach was like: "Screw you, I am gonna make the most noise! :D" And when I was doing it, my stomach ROARED. And everyone looked at me and someone said: "Ewww. You need to eat!"
Ellie Ellie yeah...all we can do is...pray to God,let's ask...if he could help us in this situation because. ...the whole semester is waiting for me this year and if this growling happens everyday...I'll loose my confidence...surely...
I just ate like, ATON. I had pizza, ice cream, milk. And now, my stomach is growling so loud! It sounds like, burping, farting, and mushing food around. Eck! When I woke up, my belly was still gurgling! And my stomach was bloated.
Me: OK I'm in church now to pray to God, or do I pray to Jesus? Oh well I'll just spin the wheel. OK today I shall pray to God. *starts praying*
***In the middle of me praying***
God: *strikes my stomach*
to tell you the truth I don't actually go to church since I'm not old enough but when I do I'm expecting something like this happening -except for the part when God strikes me because-
Three things why this happens to me
"Yo, you're screwed. That bathroom is about to blow up" (sorry so tmi)
"I'm hungry feed me now peasant"
And last but not least
"why'd you eat so much fatty I have so much work to do now"
my stomach and I... *sigh*
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