Wednesday, November 21, 2007

WARNING: For Women Only

I don't even know how to preface this. So I'll just say, "Ladies, this one is for you..."

(Thanks to Sarah for turning me on to this absolutely disgusting, but hilarious, website.)


Beth said...

The link won't work for me. Wah!

Beth said...

OMG, nevermind. It worked. And I shall never look at feminine products the same way again.

And my password is "beesxul" ... I mean, sound that out. Weird.

SzélsőFa said...

Hilarious and disgusting at the very same time.
And Beth's password?
It doubled the laughing value for me.
Thanks for the link.

In fact, I have seen a similar website a year or two ago. It used tampax applicators to make a fake Christmas decoration.

The Quoibler said...

Beth: Ha ha ha! That's really a funny coinky-dink with the password!

Szelsofa: I just admire the heck out of the creativity at this site, though I think the inventors' time could have been spent on more intellectual pursuits.

Mary Witzl said...

We are all so discreetly embarrassed about feminine hygiene products, that this sort of thing is really quite refreshing. I was once fishing for my wallet while waiting in line at the supermarket and accidentally pulled out a tampon that went flying five meters through the air, landing at the feet of a man who acted like it wasn't there. Everyone pretended that it hadn't happened, and I couldn't get over that. I'm sure I'd have laughed myself senseless if it had happened to one of them.

Beth said...

It's so true about being embarrassed over these things. I still get embarrassed buying them and I'm 37!

I have to ask, do you use this blog less than the other? I want to visit the right one weekly ... or should I visit both? If so, I need to add both links. Can you throw the other one my way again? Much appreciated!

The Quoibler said...

On this rather strange topic, there is a guy who works at our local grocery store. Elderly gent who brings the shopping carts into the building from the outside.

He must have a terrible problem with nosebleeds because he has tampons stuffed up his nostrils regularly. I have heard this is a perfectly reasonable method of stopping blood flow, but I find it horrifying. Yet I can't help but stop and stare.

Minx said...

Well, that'll keep the kids away from making fun balloon animals with condoms!

The Quoibler said...

Minx: Ha ha ha! Hey, feel free to take a virtual stroll over to my other blog sometime: You're always welcome!