From bloating, cravings and cramps that feel like a hot Hell, it's safe to say we're not too fond of periods.
But this rap about the time of the month had us giggling our way through the day.
Australian comedy trio Skit Box has made a video paying homage to everything we go through when Aunt Flow is in town.
The parody begins with the three women, Sarah Bishop, Gerta Jerkson and Adele Vuko, discussing their periods when two men ask them to be more "ladylike."
The ladies then burst into the rap, and well… we'll let you see it for yourselves.
It's pretty brilliant, and just FYI for any dude that thinks it's gross, we'll blast this song in your face from now on.
Well, we didn't see that one coming.
The great women of Skit Box, an all-girl comedy group, have partnered up with viral lip-sync stars SketchShe for a parody video – but be warned, it has a very morbid twist.
It begins with the three women rocking out to Taylor Swift's hit song Bad Blood in a car, with a very co-ordinated lip-sync routine.
But then things get dark (like scary dark) when their car crashes. The message "don't lip-sync and drive" then flashes on the screen.
The graphic video has already racked up over 1.4m Facebook views.
Now, we all know the ladies of SketchShe are typically parked in the park when perform their videos, however, this sketch is just one of the growing number of videos taken behind the wheel and it's a message that drives home the need to ALWAYS concentrate while driving.
It's a bold move by SketchShe to kill off all their characters in a comedy sketch, but they certainly got their point across.
Whether you're a fitness addict or can't stand the sight of a treadmill, there's no denying that workout gear is seriously practical.
If you're the kind of person who would happily stroll to Tesco in their PJs, leggings and a tank top are a nice compromise – comfy, but not "I have no pride in my personal hygiene" comfy.
However, Aussie comedy group Skit Box are sick of women donning 'activewear' for everyday activities that don't involve breaking a sweat.
Lycra for a spinning class? Yes. Lycra for a coffee date? No.
With that in mind, they've penned a song, a word of warning if you will.
Described as "a video for girls who wear activewear, to do not-active things," the skit is almost enough to make us put our gym leggings away.
Ugh, but then we'd have to put on JEANS…