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Mum Mortified As Schoolgirl Gives 'Friendship Bracelet' To Pal On Bus - But It's Actually A Vibrating Penis Ring

Mum Mortified As Schoolgirl Gives 'Friendship Bracelet' To Pal On Bus - But It's Actually A Vibrating Penis Ring

We challenge you to find a more mortifying situation...

Lucy Devine

Lucy Devine

Kids often exchange cute friendship bracelets at school, but one mum was left horrified when she realised her daughter had instead given her friend a vibrating penis ring by accident.

The mum explained she was mortified when she received a message from a fellow parent, with a photo of the 'friendship bracelet' which was purple, silicone and vibrated.

Kahla Maneely from Pennsylvania, quickly realised her five-year-old daughter, Myla Eisenhower had been rummaging through her bedside cabinet and rushed to send a deeply apologetic text to the friend's mum.

"When I saw the picture on the text it took me a second to put two and two together and my heart sank down to the pit of my stomach," 26-year-old Kahla explained.

The mum received a message from a fellow parent (
Kennedy News and Media)

"I didn't know what to do, I've never been that embarrassed in my whole life.

"I spent 10 minutes just staring at my phone trying to think of a good response, it was important for me to let her know it was brand new and hadn't been used because that would have been disgusting.

"I was thinking 'what if that was my kid who came home from school wearing that as a bracelet?' What would I do?"

Myla had sneaked into her mum and dad's bedroom and taken the ring (
Kennedy News and Media)

Responding to the message, Kahla explained to the mum that she was mortified at the situation.

"'Wow, I am mortified!! I don't even know what to say. I am so sorry!'" She wrote.

"'I can assure you though that it was NOT used! We just got a four pack and I just went to check and one was missing. She probably thought it was a ring.'"

Kahla assured the mum it had not been used and was taken from a new pack (
Kennedy News and Media)

Luckily, the friend's mum found the funny side and explained Myla had given it to her daughter on the bus.

"'Hey, Myla gave this to **** on the bus today? She might have been in your stuff lol'," the message read.

Kahla and Myla's dad, 29-year-old electrician Brady Eisenhower, sat the five-year-old down to chat to her about what had happened and the schoolgirl eventually admitted to rummaging through their bedside cabinet before taking what she thought was a piece of jewellery to school.

"I've been laughing about it ever since it happened. I just keep cracking up imagining that poor little girl coming home with that bracelet on to show her mom," Kahla said.

Kahla sat down with Myla, who eventually admitted to taking the ring (
Kennedy News and Media)
The parents have now moved their items to another hiding place (
Kennedy News and Media)

"I'm very happy her mom handled that so great. The box containing the items was in his top drawer which has boxers in it.

"They were under everything and pushed to the back so she definitely went rooting for it."

Kahla and Brady explained they have now moved the items to another hiding place and Myla has promised not to go rummaging in mum and dad's bedroom again!

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Topics: Life News, Real Life