This is what’s known as sharing a little too much, especially when you haven’t seen someone in years. Hey, what’s you been up to since high school? Well, I shot a man just to watch him die, then I cut out his heart and ate it raw. With some salsa. Other than that, nothin’ special.
I know lots of people who eat it. I’m not one of them, but I’m a tad on the crunchy side myself. So it doesn’t shock me or disgust me at all. Just not for me. However, why on earth would launch into something like that on facebook? They know it’s going to be shocking and gross to most people. It’s like she’s liveing her life strictly for the shock value. Don’t bother doing anything, unless you post it on facebook.
Yeah Beth… because that’s all we want to hear. You eating raw placenta. “Oh hey, long time no see, whatsup?” “Not much… I ate my placenta, it gets you high… it has to be eaten raw… with mushrooms” … really Beth…
Beth is an idiot. You can’t get high from eating placenta…you have to grind it up and smoke it to get high. She should know that, from the sound of things she’s been smoking anything she can get her hands on for years now.
Miss Shegas, what part of Portland were you in? I’ve lived in Portland my entire life and I’m pretty sure if I heard someone say they wanted to eat their own placenta I’d think they were batshit crazy.
Miss Shegas, my daughter is part-hippie in Portland. She & her friends practice things like “If it’s yellow, let it mellow. If it’s brown, flush it down” but I guarantee they would NEVER eat a placenta. They are vegans.
I just remembered a walk through Target a few years ago when I stumbled upon placenta SHAMPOO. I have no intention of eating placenta that comes out of me and I certainly don’t want to rub someone else’s all over my head. Ew
Why the f is she living in ithaca and taking classes at LCC (which is a community college btw, they let anyone in. Usually that doesn’t mean anything bad, but in this case, I feel its apropos to bring up) that is like an hour-hour and half drive every freaking day. And LCC doesn’t have dorms either.
Also, I actually was able to find her on facebook, and Shawn totally does not have her as a friend on facebook. HAHHAHAHA.
PS it is crazy creepy how easy it was to find her based off her post. And her 10 previous cities she lived in, and her phone number, and their current address. Just hit google search and type in the name. 0_0 Its really, really creepy. Makes me want to delete facebook all together. Not that, that would probably help very much.
There is a girl in my brothers class (he goes to LCC) named Elizabeth that is married to a Shane who drives like an hour and half every day to get to class. Obviously, I thought it might be them! Since, I though it might be someone I could actually run into, curiosity got the better of me. I must admit.
I realized that I didn’t know the girl’s last name, so I used my schools (I go to MSU) people google (yes, msu has a google like search engine that gives you the names and permanent address, local address, majors and years of any student) and found his last name and realized that it wasn’t him, when the third student name I came across was this lovely duo’s Shane. I didn’t trust it though, and was surprised at how eerily effective MSU’s people search is, and so I gave it a try on google and then their whole life story jumped out at me. Go ahead and give it a try. Search our president’s name, or some coach or player. You will be surprised. Needless to say, I’m contacting my school and having them remove my information from their listing.
I am in no way insulting my brother! Community colleges are notorious for having a wide variety of people running the full scale of intelligence and life stories.
It’s not an insult if you could have went elsewhere, and chose to go there to save money. Community Colleges let anyone in, and just place them in remedial classes and basically make them take high school level courses over again if they do not have the education and/or intelligence to get into a University. Many people who go there however, are perfectly capable of getting into other schools but choose to go to a community college to take their required courses that will have no real impact on their chosen majors. They do this because it is about much, much cheaper. My brother is saving about 15,000 dollars a year going there. I wouldn’t say that is stupid at all. But when you go to a school like that, you also end up sharing a campus with some pretty stupid people.