Thursday, September 15, 2005
the review review
'We were talking about it..."
'No shits it doesn't have an information leaflet'
'Cause it's meant for people who know how to use it already...not idiots like you'
'Firstly, you realise that little kids might not know how to use it, right?'
'I knew how to use it.'
'Secondly, you two do realise that it's a joke, right?'
'Well, it's a lame joke..'
So kids, new lesson today...when you grow up and start telling jokes, there are people who are going to like it, and there are people who aren't. Tough.
Anyway, I was in a pretty good mood this afternoon (I usually tend to be in good moods) and stumbled onto a blog post where a couple of girls were talking about 'the great review'. It gets quite hilarious as they are pretty much clueless about tampons and they start talking about masturbating with it (?!?!).
Besides reaffirming my point about the need for an information leaflet (because not every girl knows how to use it), it also taught me that a lot of girls don't bother with tampons. And I have found out that it's usually the case of either or.
So, for today, let's get the lot of you involved.
You tell me la, you prefer tampons or pads? Oh....and why ar you choose that one?
That's what we call education.
At least thats what mom used to say =.=
To dispel everyone's fear that a tampon might fall out, it doesn't. On top of that, there's absolutely NO WAY one will *lose her virginity to a tampon. Take it from someone who's been using it for the past 5 yrs.
*Unless of course you're damn ganas and just shove it all the way up there la, which I highly doubt ;)
To all the ladies who're thinking of using a tampon, i suggest you try OB by Johnsons & Johnsons.
Overall, tampons are good for swimming, some big function you have to attend, BUT I still think pads are better. I mean, despite the rarity of it all, Toxic Shock Syndrome sounds pretty damn scary. And shocking. :P
ignorant one : Tampax says in their leaflet that that is not true.
starcrossed : Tampax says in their leaflet that it won't fall out.
shaun : Tell your gf that I will try it next day.
dila : That's weird.....how about carrots??
in3cate : Tampax leaflet concurs. They said that it won't affect your virginity.
tilia : Taboo? How come you use a carrot then?
alynna : Tampax says you CAN use tampons at night.
HOLY FUCK....I AM EDUCATING GIRLS ABOUT TAMPONS! I AM TEH PAWN!
well tbh i don't use tampons (never have), but i have, like u, vince, bought a pack just out of curiosity n read the information leaflet too. the whole insertion process kinda freaks me out which is probably why i've never tried it.
Tampons sounds like those I.U.D. things (intrauterus device) you stick into your uterus and leave it there. It sounds awfully painful and irritating. In fact, it does remind one of the famous torture equipment which includes putting a pear shaped like thing into the vagina and heating it up so it'll expand and cause excruciating pain to the victim. Imagination running wild?
Anyway, thanks for the peek into the real world. xD
pyteen : Hehhe..its good to learn
mooncakelover : No need to shy shy one. I stumbled across her blog because I was tipped offed by my friends in the mafia.
tilia : No you liar. You said carrot. Supposedly it's easier.
About what my mom used to say of tampons: Tampons are only for married women, not suitable for virgins.