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I keep eating fabric. Any related health problems?

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    Keep anon [or delete], not something I admit on a daily basis tbh.

    I keep eating/nibbling the fabric off towels, my clothes, tissue paper, normal paper, etc, without even realising it.

    Are there actually any health risks that go along with this?
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    Lmfao!!!
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    Try eating Matter instead.


    Edit: Am I the only person getting this joke/laughing at it? :mad:
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    if you're a girl who ate condoms that'd be hilarious/quite the turn on maybe


    indigestion comes to mind?
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    This story is fabricated.
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    Plenty of fibre, guess it'll come out easily enough.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I keep eating/nibbling the fabric off towels, my clothes, tissue paper, normal paper, etc, without even realising it.
    http://farm1.static.flickr.com/122/2...ee62c1.jpg?v=0
    YOU'RE A TOWEL
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    I heard that eating fabric makes you more at risk to contracting swine flu. That however could be entirely fabricated.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Keep anon [or delete], not something I admit on a daily basis tbh.

    I keep eating/nibbling the fabric off towels, my clothes, tissue paper, normal paper, etc, without even realising it.

    Are there actually any health risks that go along with this?
    you're getting rep for making me laugh so hard


    oh wait... i :dontknow: who you are :p:
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    As far as I'm concerned, there's no calories or fat in them, so it's healthy. Keep eating.
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    I hear too much fibre can give you the runs :ahee:
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    do you have pica or something?

    also lol at the fabrication jokes - i love a good pun :p:
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    i do the same, i always need something to chew on
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    (Original post by nightripper)
    Lmfao!!!
    This

    Why would you do that on a regular basis, seems a bit odd and quite a strange thing to post up

    Seriously post up a serious problem, something that is actually worth reading, after all, that is what H&R is all about, Entertainment!
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    chewing gum people!!
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    **** usually eats toilet paper up pretty quickly.
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    Oh my friend eats plaster off walls and I'm serious. =]
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    You'll probably turn into a jumper...
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    There is probably a gigantic ball of fabric in your stomach right now.

    You're gonna die.
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    (Original post by Walkin'Butterfly)
    There is probably a gigantic ball of fabric in your stomach right now.

    You're gonna die.
    Now I realise it's unlikely I'll die, but your first point is what I was actually worried about.

    Guys, I'm actually not even joking about this despite how silly it sounds.

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