Woman left mortified after her childhood pet ‘rock’ turned out to be dog poo
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As kids we all want to have a big group of friends.
Some of us may have opted to class a cuddly toy or an imaginary mate as our best bud.
A little bit like Karla who recalled becoming best friends with none other than a ‘rock’ when she was eight-years-old.
Thinking that her rock would be, well, her rock and never leave her side – tragedy hit for Karla.
Unfortunately, after spending each day with her intimate pal one decision destroyed the relationship forever.
When Karla was a child she took her ‘rock’ into the bathtub only to find out it was not a rock after all as it started to “dissolve”.
Instead, the rock turned out to be hardened dog poo.
Now 21, Karla has taken to TikTok to share the equally hilarious and devastating story of her childhood loss.
She explained in the video: “You think you can hurt me?”
“When I was 8 I found a cool rock at the beach, named it, made it my best friend, took it everywhere with me.”
“Then one time I took it in the bath with me and it started to dissolving.”
“It turns out it was just hardened dog s***.”
She admitted in the caption: “grade 3 was a tough time for me.”
Since being posted, the video has now racked up 9.6 million views and 1.7 million likes.
Left in stitches at Karla’s unfortunate relationship breakdown, many people fled to the comments to share their thoughts on the incident.
One person expressed: “Now that is an interesting bath bomb.”
Another user added: “Did not expect that ending.”
While a third person stated: “The biggest and most interesting twist I’ve ever read.”
Someone else commented: “Sending my condolences for your loss. It was prolly your best friend ever but it chose to betray you somehow. Must be hard for you back then.”
Meanwhile, a fifth user remarked: “This made me smile out loud!”
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