Imaginary\ Morning\ Sickness

Imaginary\ Morning\ Sickness
(IMS) A woman pretending to feel ill in the morning so that her husband or boyfriend will be extra nice to her, like making a cup of coffee or breakfast.

Sorry I'm late. My wife had IMS this morning.


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