How to Explain throwing up after eating ice cream to Your Boss


I actually feel better when I eat ice cream that I can actually throw up in my mouth after. The fact of the matter is that I am not the only one who does this. People tell me “I threw up after eating ice cream,” they are typically laughing in response, and they are right, it happened to me. I’ve also thrown up after tasting a spoonful of ice cream from the top of my desk as I was writing this.

People think I am crazy because I have no other explanation for it. I think they are right, and I have been doing this all my life. I am not insane, I think that the reason why I am throwing up after eating ice cream is because I need to get the acid moving in my stomach.

This is the same reason why the stomach acid moves to your esophagus when you swallow a glass of water. It is designed to make your body more acidic, and makes swallowing a glass of water more difficult. The same happens when you eat ice cream.

After eating ice cream you are already very acidic, and the acid in your stomach means that you have to work extra hard to get rid of everything before it’s too late. It is only when you take in water that you are able to move away from that acid, but you cannot move away from the acid that is in your stomach.

So you might be wondering what the difference is between eating ice cream and drinking water. The difference is that when you eat ice cream, the acid in your stomach is already working to remove all of the bad stuff you would normally get from drinking it. So when you drink water, you are only in danger from the acid in your stomach, not the acid and other stuff that will be in the water.

As you know, acid and alkali can make you sick, and there’s always a risk of vomiting. But not drinking water actually makes you sicker, because the water is already already doing the acid’s dirty work. So it is definitely in your best interest to drink some water, or at least throw it away.

If you’re not up to taking a shower after eating ice cream, and you don’t want a lot of acid to build up in your system, you can easily flush your stomach with a teaspoon of baking soda mixed with water, or something similar. Or you can just drink that whole cup of ice cream dry and then get some water.

The best way to make sure you’re not throwing up after eating ice cream is to try to wash your face with some ice cream, preferably with a frozen treat, or at least a bowl of it. It’s easy to get into an ice cream coma, so you can also consider washing your hands.

If you’re not sure if you’re throwing up or if you’re just dehydrated, the two things can be pretty different. If you’re throwing something up, you may feel like you’re going to throw up again right away. If your stomach is already full, it may not be as painful as if you’re throwing up. In either case, you can’t worry about it.

If youre not sure if it’s a side effect of the drug, you can ask your loved ones for help. If they tell you it’s probably just a side effect, then you may want to keep an eye out for any other signs of dehydration.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.