A woman left the internet after revealing that her boyfriend left wet slip marks on her sheets when she was staying.
The 24-year-old took it up reddit last Wednesday to ask for advice on how to gently explain her 29-year-old boyfriend of a few months & # 39; that he does not wipe himself properly & # 39; after accidentally getting one of the stains on his side of the bed.
& # 39; In the last few weeks I have noticed a very delicate issue that I know needs to be addressed, but I don't even know how I would like someone to tell me this is happening, so I'm not sure how to handle it approaching, & she explained in her post.
Yikes: A 24-year-old woman asked Reddit how to gently & # 39; can explain & # 39; that he is not wiping himself well & # 39; after repeatedly finding slip marks on her sheets (stock image)
What do you say? Many people were confused about how he got skid marks on her sheets
Mystery: The woman explained that her boyfriend is sleeping naked and that the spots are always on his side of the bed when he is sleeping
& # 39; In summary: he leaves skidmarks in my bed when we are together. Sometimes they are not … dry, & she added. & # 39; I find them after he leaves and because I have light sheets, it's pretty obvious. & # 39;
The woman said when it first happened, she & # 39; incredibly embarrassed & # 39; was and assumed she was the one who had done it, although it seemed unlikely.
& # 39; I shower twice a day and care for my areas! & # 39; she remarked.
She admitted that it happened a few times in their relationship, but she is not ready to say anything so far.
& # 39; Today was the last drop because I accidentally touched it and it was wet and it was exactly where HE was and it took us every bit of self-control not to gag because he was getting ready to leave, & # 39 ; she said. & # 39; I really need to talk to him about this and I don't want him to feel bad. & # 39;
Just saying: people had many thoughts, but most agreed that a 29-year-old man should be able to wipe himself well without being told
The woman explained that her boyfriend doesn't wear anything to sleep, not even boxers, and she's tired of having to stretch her bed every time he lies in her bed.
& # 39; Honestly, it is also just dirty, & # 39; she added. & # 39; I hate to say it, but it is true, he is a grown man and I cannot believe that I fell for explaining this to him. He always mentions how much he likes baby wipes in the bathroom, but … my bed says otherwise.
& # 39; He is diligent about every other aspect of care that I have been able to notice, so it is a little odd to make this happen. I love him to death, but I'm tired of cleaning my sheets and praying for the stains to come out. How can I talk to him about it without feeling bad? & # 39; she asked at the end of her post.
People had many thoughts, but most agreed that a 29-year-old man should be able to wipe himself well without being told.
& # 39; He should know how to wipe his a ** on 29. Not gentle. He needs tough love, & a person wrote.
& # 39; Ask your boyfriend: & # 39; Boyfriend, how do you know when you have finished sweeping? & # 39; And gauge his answer. If the answer is, "I wipe until there is no more brown on the toilet paper," he has a problem with stool during coitus, & someone else said. & # 39; When he starts to sweat, he says: & # 39; uhh … uhh … & # 39; you know you caught him with brown hands. & # 39;
Others were just confused about how he got skid marks on her sheets.
Call the doctor: a few people working in the medical field were concerned that it was a sign of a physical condition and not a hygiene problem
& # 39; Can someone explain how this even happens? Does he separate his cheeks and press on the bed? & # 39; a Reddit user asked. & # 39; Does he really take terrible poops that fall outside his a **? Or does he go to bed? I can't imagine what this guy's underwear and pants look like. & # 39;
& # 39; If I knew, I would explain. I know it is, & the woman replied. & # 39; I don't know how it gets there, and it definitely comes from him because it's only on his sides of the bed and it ONLY happens when he's there. My sheets are a bit loose on my bed, maybe there is a problem where they get piled up? & # 39;
A few people working in the medical field were concerned that it was a sign of a physical condition and not a hygiene problem.
A nurse pointed out that if the strip is wet, it is still fresh.
& # 39; Or he constantly has really loose stools, such as leaking diarrhea OR he has a sphincter problem. That means there is a problem with the muscles of his anus, & # 39; explained the person and added: & # 39; I strongly suggest that he visit a doctor. & # 39;
& # 39; It may not be just a matter of sweeping, & # 39; someone else agreed. & # 39; If he has IBS or other bowel problems, he may very well clean himself after the toilet, but later dirty himself (and your sheets) through leakage or a wet fart. & # 39;
The woman later added an edit to her message and told her that she intended to talk to her boyfriend that Friday.
After reading all the comments, she now thinks it can be a health problem, as some have suggested. She also emphasized that her boyfriend does not smell of droppings.
& # 39; I tell you, I have no warning that this is going to happen! & # 39; she said. & # 39; It just smells faintly sweaty, depending on the time of day. Am I going to dig around his ** hole looking for crumbs? No. I don't intend to. Unfortunately I don't see any opportunities to point out his butt hole. & # 39;
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