Mum Shocked As Daughter, 5, Gives Schoolmate A C**k Ring As 'Friendship Bracelet'
A mum was mortified when another baffled parent texted her a photo of a 'friendship bracelet' their daughters had exchanged - that turned out to be her partner's c**k ring.
Kahla Maneely's heart 'sank to the pit of her stomach' when she realised her five-year-old daughter Myla had given the purple silicone item to a mate, after the youngster's friend's mum texted Kahla to say: "She might have been in your stuff lol."
The 26-year-old scrambled to send an apologetic text to the schoolgirl's mum to reassure her that the sex aid wasn't used - and was relieved when she got a light-hearted response.
After a grilling from her mum and 29-year-old electrician dad Brady Eisenhower, Myla confessed that she'd been looking through a bedside cabinet before school on Monday.
The girl had proudly sported the vibrating purple 'bracelet' at school and handed it over to her pal on the bus home.
Kahla, from Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, US, said: "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.
"I didn't know what to do, I've never been that embarrassed in my whole life. I spent ten minutes just staring at my phone trying to think of a good response because I didn't know what to say.
"I was thinking, 'What if that was my kid who came home from school wearing that as a bracelet? What would I do?'
"I texted her back and as soon as I sent it I laughed so hard I couldn't breathe, I thought I was going to pass out from not being able to catch my breath.
"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 wanted to reassure her that her daughter wasn't wearing a used c**k ring as a bracelet. I'm very happy her mom handled that so great, I'm so thankful that she didn't flip out."
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When Kahla and Brady quizzed Myla about whether she'd been through their belongings, she tried to deny it but eventually crumbled.
The little girl admitted she'd passed it on to a friend on the school bus home as a friendship token.
Kahla said: "I asked her, 'Did you go through Daddy's stuff?'
"She tried to lie at first, but then asked me what it was as it was 'really stretchy' - I told her to mind her business.
"She definitely made it vibrate while she was wearing it - it only lasts for about 20 minutes.
"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.
"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.
"She then apologised, so I hope she's learned her lesson not to do that again."
Kahla said the whole family had learned lessons from the X-rated incident - they've now moved the aids from the previous hiding place and Myla has learned not to go snooping in her parents' room.
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