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(Daily Life (Australia))   Thanks to Leftist Liberalism, parents are now being forced into the untenable situation of having to explain a natural biological function to their terrified children   (dailylife.com.au) divider line 113
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2014-07-31 04:42:19 PM  
How do you manage to be stupid enough to put a tampon in the wrong hole? You want to make a Tootsie Roll?
 
2014-07-31 04:49:50 PM  
"...they might go shopping together and only try on clothes that were white."

That's the only thing about those ads that I find objectionable.
 
2014-07-31 04:49:58 PM  
I enjoyed that article immensely.
 
2014-07-31 04:51:37 PM  
The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.
 
2014-07-31 04:57:40 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.


Gotta agree
 
2014-07-31 05:12:56 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.


Yes, it is. And when the time comes for my girls, uh, I'll let their mother handle that. I guess I could expand the menstruation hut in the back yard.
 
2014-07-31 05:17:24 PM  

Nabb1: And when the time comes for my girls, uh, I'll let their mother handle that.


I feel for you son. Glad we had boys in that respect.
 
2014-07-31 05:57:00 PM  

Nabb1: Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.

Yes, it is. And when the time comes for my girls, uh, I'll let their mother handle that. I guess I could expand the menstruation hut in the back yard.


If you need it, there's also this product available. Forget where I heard about it though.
 
2014-07-31 06:40:24 PM  
Speaking openly about menstruation can actually cause it to occur, in much the same way that a group of women who live together for an extended time within a close setting will eventually start to find their own menstrual cycles falling into sync. Ironically, ads like this that take a topic like menstruation and throw it out into some public forum are, in fact, worsening the problem, as proven by the fact that several recent studies conducted by actual scientists have shown that women are having their menarche (that refers to the first menstrual flow, sorry for using Latin but I'm just trying to be an adult here) at earlier and earlier ages. Liberals can pat themselves on the back about forcing tampons into our collective conscious, but they should think long and hard on how smug they'll feel when mothers have to start putting Tampax products in their second-graders' lunchbox.
 
2014-07-31 06:45:48 PM  
It was necessary that we do so, because everybody knows that women's body holes double as portals to the realm of demons and even speaking of them might cause one to activate and suck a little part of earth into the netherworld.

reminds me of this Grim Prairie Tales most memorable scene Not Safe For Work
 
2014-07-31 06:49:36 PM  
And if Men had periods

Men would brag about how long and how much.


I probably would, I know my half brother would
 
2014-07-31 06:53:52 PM  
Is it pooping? It's pooping, isn't it?
 
2014-07-31 06:55:09 PM  
Australia...you so crazy, but we just can't quit you. Because even at your craziest, you're still a damn sight saner than the idiots that we have to deal with here in the States...
 
2014-07-31 07:03:46 PM  

Fano: How do you manage to be stupid enough to put a tampon in the wrong hole? You want to make a Tootsie Roll?


My wife said that when she was in basic training there really were recruits who didn't know which hole was which.
 
2014-07-31 07:15:57 PM  
The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?

bojon: Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.

Gotta agree


Two words. "Coffee filters"

That was hilarious.
 
2014-07-31 07:17:28 PM  
The "easy lunchbox solutions" ad from Lays ITT is making me laugh
 
2014-07-31 07:24:11 PM  

quatchi: The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?


Someone asked a similar question on Yahoo and people seem to be taking it seriously
 
2014-07-31 07:40:11 PM  

quatchi: bojon: Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.

Gotta agree

Two words. "Coffee filters"

That was hilarious.


That, and the vagician.
 
2014-07-31 07:41:17 PM  

spongeboob: quatchi: The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?

Someone asked a similar question on Yahoo and people seem to be taking it seriously


Commenters on Yahoo Questions are barely a step up from the people on YouTube.
 
2014-07-31 07:41:33 PM  
"It is unnecessary, confronting, embarrassing and degrading. I quote the ad 'how am I going to shove that up there' as a girl holds a tampon. Explain that to a 10-year-old boy or a seven-year-old girl. It's a disgusting ad."

What does this person propose?  That they don't explain menstruation, tampons, or pads to their soon to be needing that information children?
 
2014-07-31 08:06:32 PM  
www.teennick.com
 
2014-07-31 08:09:39 PM  
plug it up, carrie white!  plug it up!
 
Ehh
2014-07-31 08:14:17 PM  

spongeboob: quatchi: The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?

Someone asked a similar question on Yahoo and people seem to be taking it seriously


CSB: I was friends with a high school health teacher. She had her students write questions anonymously and put them in a bowl she passed around. Then she'd read the questions (that weren't trolling) aloud and answer them. She shared the written questions with me because, as an English teacher, she wanted me properly dismayed not only by the content of the questions but also their grammar and spelling (punctuation? fuggetaboutit). Let me just say that I would not be a bit surprised if there are high school girls out there who still have some astoundingly basic questions to ask about their own damn bodies, because their parents, teachers, and preachers are engaged in a conspiracy of dangerous silence. Makes me wanna drink.
 
2014-07-31 08:14:45 PM  

Karac: "It is unnecessary, confronting, embarrassing and degrading. I quote the ad 'how am I going to shove that up there' as a girl holds a tampon. Explain that to a 10-year-old boy or a seven-year-old girl. It's a disgusting ad."

What does this person propose?  That they don't explain menstruation, tampons, or pads to their soon to be needing that information children?


No idea. My mom was nine when her periods started, and I was 10. If I hadn't known about menstrual cycles since I was four, I would have thought I had split myself in half playing soccer or something. Way more traumatic than watching an ad about "how does this work?"
 
2014-07-31 08:17:54 PM  
Dumbass city folks have to do this.  Farm kids have been watching barnyard sex since they shoveled their first pile of shiat
 
2014-07-31 08:19:02 PM  

Omahawg: plug it up, carrie white!  plug it up!


Thank you!
 
2014-07-31 08:20:06 PM  

Ehh: Let me just say that I would not be a bit surprised if there are high school girls out there who still have some astoundingly basic questions to ask about their own damn bodies, because their parents, teachers, and preachers are engaged in a conspiracy of dangerous silence.


reminds me of:

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-07-31 08:20:14 PM  
Wait wait wait... you're telling me that girls BLEED from... you know... down there... on PURPOSE?
 
2014-07-31 08:24:09 PM  

GleeUnit: Wait wait wait... you're telling me that girls BLEED from... you know... down there... on PURPOSE?


no, on a porpoise!

4thgradesteele.wikispaces.com
 
2014-07-31 08:24:47 PM  

Mister Pleco: Omahawg: plug it up, carrie white!  plug it up!

Thank you!


Now with obligatory pic...

netflixroulette.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-07-31 08:25:25 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: Dumbass city folks have to do this.  Farm kids have been watching barnyard sex since they shoveled their first pile of shiat


I'm not sure how this relates to using a tampon.
 
2014-07-31 08:27:16 PM  

Ehh: spongeboob: quatchi: The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?

Someone asked a similar question on Yahoo and people seem to be taking it seriously

CSB: I was friends with a high school health teacher. She had her students write questions anonymously and put them in a bowl she passed around. Then she'd read the questions (that weren't trolling) aloud and answer them. She shared the written questions with me because, as an English teacher, she wanted me properly dismayed not only by the content of the questions but also their grammar and spelling (punctuation? fuggetaboutit). Let me just say that I would not be a bit surprised if there are high school girls out there who still have some astoundingly basic questions to ask about their own damn bodies, because their parents, teachers, and preachers are engaged in a conspiracy of dangerous silence. Makes me wanna drink.


I think the best example I've seen of that in adults is someone on reddit saying "OMG, I just tried a diva cup instead of tampons and it's A-MAZE-ING" followed by replies of "diva what?"
 
Ehh
2014-07-31 08:28:17 PM  

Hickory-smoked: Smeggy Smurf: Dumbass city folks have to do this.  Farm kids have been watching barnyard sex since they shoveled their first pile of shiat

I'm not sure how this relates to using a tampon.


Try a Google search.
 
2014-07-31 08:28:25 PM  

Hickory-smoked: Smeggy Smurf: Dumbass city folks have to do this.  Farm kids have been watching barnyard sex since they shoveled their first pile of shiat

I'm not sure how this relates to using a tampon.


I have seen a variety of species of livestock use tampons.  Cows and pigs are about nothing if not sanitation.
 
2014-07-31 08:37:21 PM  
Would you rather suck the blood out of your woman's tampon or eat her cooked placenta?

Choose wisely.
 
2014-07-31 08:40:00 PM  
I'm waiting for the Preparation H "Be Real" commercials.
 
2014-07-31 08:55:17 PM  
We cannot speak of our bodily functions! Humans do not excrete, void, or menstruate! Toilet paper has many uses, but wiping your ass is not among them! Tampons and sanitary pads only absorb bluish windshield wiper fluid! Diapers are only for padding babies bottoms when they fall down!

EW! ICKY! GROSS! [swoon]
 
2014-07-31 08:59:23 PM  

quatchi: Is this even a thing? Really?


Type "am I putting" into google's autocomplete
 
2014-07-31 09:00:46 PM  

Karac: Ehh: spongeboob: quatchi: The two ads in question depict young girls - innocents! - using computers to ask filthy questions like, 'am I putting my tampon in the wrong hole',

Is this even a thing? Really?

Someone asked a similar question on Yahoo and people seem to be taking it seriously

CSB: I was friends with a high school health teacher. She had her students write questions anonymously and put them in a bowl she passed around. Then she'd read the questions (that weren't trolling) aloud and answer them. She shared the written questions with me because, as an English teacher, she wanted me properly dismayed not only by the content of the questions but also their grammar and spelling (punctuation? fuggetaboutit). Let me just say that I would not be a bit surprised if there are high school girls out there who still have some astoundingly basic questions to ask about their own damn bodies, because their parents, teachers, and preachers are engaged in a conspiracy of dangerous silence. Makes me wanna drink.

I think the best example I've seen of that in adults is someone on reddit saying "OMG, I just tried a diva cup instead of tampons and it's A-MAZE-ING" followed by replies of "diva what?"


There are women on reddit?
 
2014-07-31 09:03:26 PM  
the leftist libs have you parents covered.
just tell your kids to put those napkins on your ears.
pregnancy will be a thing of the past.

i.imgur.com

problem solved
 
2014-07-31 09:08:04 PM  
"So, you're 12 years old, Suzy. That means you'll be menstruating soon."
 
2014-07-31 09:10:29 PM  
I'm so glad I have a son.  The extent of my advice will be "don't yank it too hard" and "clean it when you're done".
 
2014-07-31 09:11:10 PM  

bojon: Dancin_In_Anson: The first moon party commercial is funny as shiat.

Gotta agree


I think a sitcom writer was behind it.  Well done.
 
2014-07-31 09:13:10 PM  

Cymbal: Would you rather suck the blood out of your woman's tampon or eat her cooked placenta?



If Jesus were female, ladies and gents.
 
2014-07-31 09:16:59 PM  

Gyrfalcon: We cannot speak of our bodily functions! Humans do not excrete, void, or menstruate! Toilet paper has many uses, but wiping your ass is not among them! Tampons and sanitary pads only absorb bluish windshield wiper fluid! Diapers are only for padding babies bottoms when they fall down!

EW! ICKY! GROSS! [swoon]


Just try starting a poop thread on TFD. Go on, I'll wait.
 
2014-07-31 09:25:35 PM  
Explain that why, when they become women, they will excrete a clear blue liquid that looks like mouthwash is beyond the scope of this project.
 
kth
2014-07-31 09:27:24 PM  
I still haven't had the talk with my mother, and I'm 41. She sort of wandered up to me with some pamphlets when I was about 12 and I stopped her and told her I was good, I'd read up on the subject. She mumbled something about answering any questions I might have, and I nodded and wandered off. I don't think we ever even made eye contact. We kept up plausible deniability until my (now) husband got snowed out of his apartment when they were in town. The entire conversation: Me: I'm 37 years old. Mom: Yeah.


Ahh, Catholicism.
 
2014-07-31 09:34:26 PM  
"Hi, do you make vagina cakes?  Hello?"

LULZ!

GIS for "vagina cakes" is pretty farking funny.
 
2014-07-31 09:36:33 PM  
Laughed, smiled and nodded in agreement!

I love this tongue in cheek piece!
 
2014-07-31 09:37:50 PM  

kth: I still haven't had the talk with my mother, and I'm 41. She sort of wandered up to me with some pamphlets when I was about 12 and I stopped her and told her I was good, I'd read up on the subject. She mumbled something about answering any questions I might have, and I nodded and wandered off. I don't think we ever even made eye contact. We kept up plausible deniability until my (now) husband got snowed out of his apartment when they were in town. The entire conversation: Me: I'm 37 years old. Mom: Yeah.


Ahh, Catholicism.



When I was 13, I asked my step mom if I could try some of her OB tampons instead of me stealing my mom's pads.

Once you go OB, you NEVER go back.

/Mom kept a copy "Our Bodies, Ourselves" in the bathroom.  One of 1st edition ones, a genuine HIppie relic from Berkeley back in the day.  That thing was full of all the info a young girl could want, and a whole lot more.
 
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