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We asked girls for the dumbest reasons they cried while hormonal and now I’m crying too


‘I cried because the sky was beautiful’

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We've all been there — in a situation where normally, we'd be faintly annoyed, but with the added bonus of a veritable tsunami of estrogen. Sometimes, you just have to cry it out, am I right?

Whether it's that Sarah McLaughlin commercial with those sad, abandoned cats or the Chipotle employee fucking up your order because you were mumbling, we've all burst into tears off some deeply stupid shit.

Women who exercise to relieve period pain are serial killers in the making. Get a hot water bottle take 3x too much paracetomol and cry urself to sleep like the rest of us. Fucking psychopaths.

— leesh🐯 (@alyciaM__)

We asked our readers about the dumbest thing that's ever made them cry in that super special pre-period window (or beyond) and boy, did they deliver. If you can make it through this article without tearing up, congratulations: you're stable! Must be nice.

I cried because a pepperoni fell off the pizza… and I felt bad for the pepperoni.

– Dani

I cried because I dropped an egg and I thought about the mother chicken.

Those 'I want to cry for no reason' periods. The worst.

— StyleByShary (@SharonKMwangi)

I cried once because I wanted a veggie Chipotle bowl and my boyfriend got me chicken and I told him I was going to DIE from the salt. I lived though 😂


I was eating ranch and chicken wings and the ranch spilled all over the to-go box. It was gonna get super messy, and I didn’t want it to be that messy!

– Erika

I picked out the wrong pair of leggings and didn't realize until I was halfway to class. Mind you, I had two pairs of the exact same leggings –same color, same size, but one felt different to me deep down in my soul and I wanted to wear those, not the subpar ones I ended up wearing! I cried so much I missed class.

– Angela

I cry over everything on my period. especially sleeping puppies.

— kenz (@kenzbegala)

I once threw up from crying so hard while one my period because… get this… my mom texted me "whatever." With a PERIOD. I thought our relationship was o v e r.

– Jess

I cried because I couldn’t get a Wendy’s Spicy Chicken sandwich… because I can’t drive.

– Leah

I was mad at my bf all day. All fucking day. So finally, he sits down to ask me what the problem is, and I’m going to tell him. Oooh, I’m going to tell him what the fucking problem is! So I get myself all huffed up and ready to fucking tell this bitch off, when I quickly realize I have no fucking clue why I’m mad at him. So I start laughing. Hysterically. He looked so confused, and that look of confusion quickly turned to a look of horror because I started bawling my eyes out for being mean to him all day. True story.

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In discussions, you can share thoughts and ideas about class materials. In Blackboard Learn, course members can have the thoughtful discussions that take place in the traditional classroom, but with the advantages of asynchronous communication. Participants don't need to be in the same location or time zone, and you can take the time to consider your responses carefully.

You can use discussions for these tasks:

Watch a video about discussions

This video explains how to access discussions, manage posts, and reply to them in the Original Course View.


Video: How to use Blackboard discussions

Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Ultra" help on opening a discussion.

More on creating a reply

Course groups can have their own discussion boards. Group discussion boards are available only to users who are members of the group. If a group discussion board is available, you can find it in the groups link on the course menu or in the My Groups area.

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You can edit or delete your replies if allowed by your instructor . If you post a reply in error and the options to edit or delete don't appear, contact your instructor.

More on editing and deleting replies

ULTRA: Open a discussion

Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Original" help on opening the discussion board.

Discussions work like an online forum about course concepts. Your instructor may expect you to create your own discussions and participate in existing ones. Sometimes, discussions contribute to your participation grade. Your instructor can also grade your contributions. Be sure to check with your syllabus or your instructor to see how discussions are used in your course.

To open a discussion, select the Discussions icon on your course's navigation bar. Select the discussion from the list that appears. Discussions can also appear alongside other course materials on the Course Content page. Each time you open a discussion, new responses and replies are highlighted to show you any activity that's happened since you last visited.

Your instructor may require you to respond to the discussion before you can read other responses and replies. By hiding your classmates' responses before you respond, your instructor is encouraging you to post an original response without the influence of your peers. When you open this type of discussion, a message lets you know that the content is revealed after you respond.

Discussions in the Ultra Course View don't use forums and threads.

Your instructor can also create a group discussion for you to discuss a topic with a subset of class members.

More on group discussions

How do I know if a discussion is graded?

If you see grading information in the discussion details, your participation counts for a grade. Your instructor assigns you a grade for the discussion as a whole, not for each individual post. You can create and edit your posts up until the participation deadline. After the deadline, you'll be able to view your posts, but you won't be able to change them. If your instructor associated a rubric with the discussion, select This item is graded with a rubric to display more information. You can view the grading criteria before you answer the prompt.

ULTRA: Create a discussion

Edit and delete discussions

You can edit or delete your discussion. Select the More options icon to access the Edit and Delete functions. If you delete your initial response, all replies remain. The system displays a message about your deletion so that others know what happened.

To use your keyboard to jump to the editor toolbar, press ALT + F10. On a Mac, press Fn + ALT + F10. Use the arrow keys to select an option, such as a numbered list.

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Framer is all about empowering designers to own their work. You get to validate and test your designs using real data, plugged into beautiful end-to-end apps that are often indistinguishable from the real thing. But what happens once your prototype goes into production? That process usually involves other team members — an engineer or two — and the possibility of details getting lost in translation. To help you maintain the integrity of your micro-interactions during development, we’re launching Handoff . A new post-prototyping feature designed to ensure that you keep that Framer fidelity from ideation to production.

Design that delivers on thedetails.

Instead of leaving the guesswork up to your engineer, Handoff allows you to control the accuracy of your animations. Simply right-click anywhere on a particular animation in the code editor and you’ll be able to copy and share the native values of an interaction. We do all the heavy lifting for you — converting from damping and duration down to tension and friction — ensuring that you’re always speaking the same language as your developer. Handoff supports multiple platforms on iOS, Android and Web.

Supported iOS Frameworks:

Supported Android Web Frameworks:

From spring to bezier and backagain.

Natural and intuitive product design begins at prototyping. Native animations on mobile often depend on spring curves to produce that subtle bounciness you know and love. Traditionally, they’ve been complex to master, but not anymore. In this release, we’ve made Framer’s spring curve implementation easier than ever. Manipulate properties using a slider control or play around in code. Simply set a defined time, establish the damping ratio for preferred bounciness and you’re good to go! If you’re a fan of our old syntax and functionality, you’ll be happy to know we’re also backwards compatible. But to make things easy for anyone just beginning to master the physics of animation design, we’ve mapped the functionality of our spring curves to how they work on iOS. No matter what level you’re at, we’ve made it easy to keep that native-level bounce from design to development.

To make changes, just click the edit button in Framer to visually manipulate the damping and time values using Auto-Code Animation . Easing curves for the web are also much simpler to visualize in Framer. You can now find all curves by typing the keyword. Alternatives include , , and .

Handoff is lightweight but powerful, and just the first of many features we hope to launch to ensure your designs get the best treatment during development. Check out the full feature page or dive into Docs and learn exactly how this feature fits into your current workflow. Try Handoff today and make your engineer’s life easier, while keeping your designs true to form. As always, if you have a brilliant feature idea or just want to chat, drop us a line on Facebook or tweet us !

Thanks to Benjamin den Boer .
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