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And, then, the absolute grossest thing happens. For family game night, they play a game that involves smelling each other’s breath and guessing who the person is by their breath. OK, I personally have an issue with breath – I hate the very idea of someone breathing on me. I know it sounds weird. I just have a very strong sense of smell and I don’t like to smell the breath of people or animals. You know what I’m talking about.
In a perfect world, I would never have to smell anyone’s breath. Even if the breath is “minty fresh,” I shouldn’t have to be subjected to it. And, here I was watching the family play a game in which they would have to figure out whose breath they were smelling while blindfolded. That totally triggered my gag reflex.
And then, June is all lovey dovey with SugarBear.
Look, I love that June and Sugar Bear are happy together. But, I don’t want the mental image of them turning each other on – I just can’t discuss this scene anymore.
And, just as I start to think that I can’t be anymore grossed out, the ANOTHER gross thing happens. While playing the breath-smelling game, Pumpkin has June smell the dog’s breath and Chickadee laughs so hard that she pees a little.
That’s not even the grossest part. I have been around enough pregnant women to know just how normal that is. The gross part starts with Chickadee not wanting to change her pants. She says that it was just a little in her underwear. June points out that it actually made it to the couch. And then, she touches the stain and smells it to be sure.
Look, I get it. My youngest sister is considering becoming an RPN once her little boy starts kindergarten. When she first told me that, I said some pretty immature things. I told her how I wouldn’t be able to touch sick people and deal with their bodily functions. I reminded her of the time that our other sister wanted to be a masseuse but realized she would have to touch people she didn’t know. My youngest sister paused for a second before she said that having kids took away all of her squeamishness. Then, when we discussed this episode, she told me June was most likely trying to see if Chickadee’s water had broken.
I have no idea if she was trying to further gross me out or if that is true; plus, she has laughed every time I’ve asked her.
So, I think I need you guys to give me a “The More You Know” moment, as I don’t have the fortitude to google search the smell of a pregnant woman’s water breaking. Just typing that last sentence made me a little nauseous.