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    Default How do you vomit?

    I just saw the end of Packed to the Rafters and once scene made me wonder:

    When you vomit, do you kneel in front of the toilet, or stand leaning over the toilet with hand on the wall (like on Rafters)??

    Sorry for such a random question

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    Hands on knees bending over..

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    I kneel. I find it makes an easier target lol

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    Definitely kneel. Reduces splash back :-/

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    Never into the toilet! That's where poo and pee goes, my face doesn't get close to there.

    Into a bucket and DP cleans in after with detergent.

    Saying that, when I was pregnant and threw up daily for a few weeks it was into the laundry trough when I didn't have time to run to get to the bucket. And DP cleaned that too...

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    Stand... Lol.

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    It depends on how sick I am... ie how much energy I have and how long I think I'm going to be there for. :P

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    I kneel also. At least once a day for about 7 months. I don't miss being pregnant at all!

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    Unwell vomit - Standing, leaning over, knees slightly bent, holding hair back.

    Hangover vomit - sitting on bathroom floor keeping cool on the tiles leaning on the loo like it is your best friend.


    ..can't believe I just answered that question! I didn't watch Ratfers.


    when it was Morning Sickness, It was aim for what ever hole was available, kitchen sink, basin at work, garden drain etc etc

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    Exactly what Jake's Mum said. I never throw up in the toilet, yuck. I use an old container which is cleaned out between spews and then thrown out.


 

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