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Mooncup
marymary100 - 19-8-2009 at 19:21

A post for women only.



Seriously, men should not click here but women may find this useful.


Quaver - 20-8-2009 at 00:51

I know about this, but I find the idea yuckylips_sealed


scholar - 20-8-2009 at 01:59

You're not going to tell the men what it's about?

Perhaps you don't think the men have self-control, as do I.:):D


Quaver - 20-8-2009 at 07:22

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Originally posted by scholar
You're not going to tell the men what it's about?

Perhaps you don't think the men have self-control, as do I.:):D

So you've clicked the link have you?waggyfinger:P


Nimuae - 20-8-2009 at 07:37

Seen it before - definitely not going there !!


Snowy - 20-8-2009 at 09:49

From the write up it seems like a good idea, it would also save a lot of money in a lifetime. I did think it was a bit pricey at 20 though for a bit of plastic.
As with everything else that is new and fashionable it may take a few years to reach Caithness..
:D


Quaver - 20-8-2009 at 11:24

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Originally posted by Snowy
As with everything else that is new and fashionable it may take a few years to reach Caithness..
:D

It's probably already there - check Boots;)
Also, it regularly get's reduced so keep an eye out.


scholar - 20-8-2009 at 11:27

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Originally posted by Quaver
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar
You're not going to tell the men what it's about?

Perhaps you don't think the men have self-control, as do I.:):D

So you've clicked the link have you?waggyfinger:P
No, I have not. I have now realized my grammar could be understood in a way different than my intention; I do have self-control.kewl_glasses


John_Little - 20-8-2009 at 12:24

Is this because of the erectile dysfunction thing?

:D


DeWitch - 20-8-2009 at 15:30

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Originally posted by John_Little
Is this because of the erectile dysfunction thing?

:D


marymary100 - 20-8-2009 at 15:53

Haha - no John. You'd need a separate thread for that...


LSemmens - 20-8-2009 at 16:11

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Next time you do that, spare a thought for those whose job it is to manually scrape this sort of junk out of liquid sewage before it enters treatment plants,
I think that this is a bit of "poetic licence". Having worked in and around these places at odd times over the years, no-one in OZ does this! They have machines for that sort of thing, or are you Brits so far behind the times that you haven't joined the twentieth century yet?


Badgergirl - 21-8-2009 at 17:27

So much for "ladies only"

Ah well, in for a penny, in for a pound.

I don't like 'em personally, but that's a biology thing. (A, I don't need them anyway due to my jab. and the gents don't want to know about b!)

Ethically, they are marvelous, and women must find them comfortable or they wouldn't use 'em!

You'd be daft to use one if it wasn't comfortable! I take some comforts in life very seriously!

Comfy Matress
Comfy Underwear
Comfy Periods (I just got rid of the problem until such a time as I plan a family! *Huzzah for Deop Provera!*)
And a decent cup of tea.


marymary100 - 21-8-2009 at 17:35

I find it interesting as a concept. I'd like a recommendation from someone who had actually used it however before splurging out the 20. Comfort and reliability would be what would swing it for me.


Swish Checkley - 21-8-2009 at 17:44

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Originally posted by marymary100
I find it interesting as a concept. I'd like a recommendation from someone who had actually used it however before splurging out the 20. Comfort and reliability would be what would swing it for me.


I have read enthusiastic reports of Mooncups from women elsewhere on the internet, I haven't tried one myself as I'm unconvinced about the practicalities of using them in shared facilities. In the privacy of my own bathroom with a sink to hand I could see the benefit but otherwise....


marymary100 - 21-8-2009 at 18:14

Ikwym