to wonder who doee enjoy the sorts of hen dos that involve strippers and l plates?

(110 Posts)
StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 11:31:42

On every thread about hen dos the vast majority of posters say how they hate 'traditiinal' hen dos. I realise mn isn't necessarily representative if el, but just wondering how so few mners can like what seems to be the anyone willing to say they enjoy avoid "l plates" hen do?

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 11:32:10

"a good" not "avoid"

WorraLiberty Mon 22-Apr-13 11:35:14

I've been on a couple that I enjoyed but I was in my teens/early 20s

I guess I just sort of grew out of it.

They do get old quite quickly.

greenteawithlemon Mon 22-Apr-13 11:38:00

It's perplexing OP.

I suspect it's the kind of people who don't have the critical faculties to look beyond what they feel they 'should' enjoy and realise that it is in fact utterly shit.

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 11:38:54

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AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 11:40:03

Whoever they are, I really cringe for those women. Awful.

squoosh Mon 22-Apr-13 11:40:50

I was on one last week. There were two naked butlers, they weren't very attractive and no one's loins were much stirred. It was all a bit tacky and the poor guys were a bit bewildered as to why we weren't crawling all over their orange, muscly bodies.

In the end we had to fake it a bit so as not to hurt their feelings.

Who exactly fancies Chippendale type men anyway? They're so sexless to me.

I like a good wild piss up that goes on till 5 in the morning but can't be arsed with all those stupid hen games. Boring!

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 11:41:22

I don't think I've ever been on one

LadyBeagleEyes Mon 22-Apr-13 11:42:15

I hate them, screeching groups of drunk women, sleazy strippers, yuck, yuck yuck.
I'm maybe far too old for them now, but even the ones I went on when young were such forced enjoyment.

Ledkr Mon 22-Apr-13 11:42:32

I wonder if its an expectation thing for many. It's what they should do.
It's a bit line weddings themselves IMO, all striving to be unique but ending up with the exact sane thing as the last wedding.

Jins Mon 22-Apr-13 11:44:02

I wouldn't say I enjoy them but its usually just an evening. I tend to keep in the background and let the forced jollity carry on around me.

I prefer them to spa days which I absolutely detest and resent the waste of my time.

My worst hen night was spent in a run down cottage in the middle of nowhere with a gang of people I barely knew. The only drink available was wine which I can't bear and my hip flask of emergency vodka ran out long before it was appropriate to crash for the night grin

gordyslovesheep Mon 22-Apr-13 11:44:32

I think it is the same people who find Anne Summers parties 'naughty', 'risky' and a 'fun night in'

StuntGirl Mon 22-Apr-13 11:44:35

Many, many people judging my by my city centre on a weekend.

yaimee Mon 22-Apr-13 11:46:44

I think I'd quite enjoy one! I'd be going in the full knowledge that it was tragic and cheesy to the extreme and think I'd find it hilarious!
Never been on one though!

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 11:49:19

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WorraLiberty Mon 22-Apr-13 11:51:29

Oh God spa weekends...

I think I'd rather spend a weekend in a morgue than sit around having my nails polished, my eyebrows fucked with and body massaged.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 11:53:43

I need my brows doing. Don't enjoy the process. Would love a shoulder and neck massage and pedicure but not keen on the thought of sitting around in a dressing gown to do it

Jins Mon 22-Apr-13 11:55:12

I'm pleased to find some fellow spa haters. DH is bemused as he was advised by his female colleagues that all women love them and bought me a voucher from a deal as a treat. It's still unused although I did very much appreciate the thought

He knows for the future though grin

squoosh Mon 22-Apr-13 11:55:36

I love beauty treatments but only solo or with my best friend. I do not want to sit around in a robe with 15 other women, 10 of whom may be way skinnier and foxier then me.

The same people who go on about it being your 'last night of freedom' and explain proudly how they've given the groom-to-be 'permission' to have a lapdance with the stripper as a last hurrah before the wedding. hmm

Ie., the people who are not yet ready to get married.

andubelievedthat Mon 22-Apr-13 11:56:36

to include the girls who go round pubs almost demanding a £1 from blokes to kiss the lucky girl? oh yuk! so much so ,some pubs round where i live have banned them (the girls)

MrsJaqenHgar Mon 22-Apr-13 11:57:01

I've been to a few of the L plates and strippers type hen parties. They were alright. I had a laugh but it's not what I'd choose for myself. Spa days are not me either. In fact, I was just considering the other day that I'd love to do a racing track day or go to a Grand Prix for mine but I doubt that appeals to many people either.

EnidRollins Mon 22-Apr-13 12:00:28

I love L plate and 'down in one shots' type hen nights! I myself had an L plate type one and lots of shot drinking and nightclubs admittedly about 10 years ago now!
I'd have drawn the line at oiling down strippers though, that would have just made me cringe. grin
Much rather a night out on the town than sat lolling about a spa all day having my nails painted, I can't think of anything more boring.
But each to their own...

Pobblewhohasnotoes Mon 22-Apr-13 12:02:34

I love spa days! Nothing better than relaxing and being pampered. I spend my time clearing up after a 14 month old so it's great.

I like drinking and dancing (less good at the drinking now I've had DS), but I hate the L plate, veil and stripper thing, tacky. I didn't allow it on my hen. Didn't stop me from getting absolutely trollied and having a hangover from hell.

Ledkr Mon 22-Apr-13 12:07:02

For my 40th dh arranged for me to drive an Aston Martin. It was lovely because it shows how well he knows me.
I'd have rather he bought me one though.

yaimee Mon 22-Apr-13 12:13:13

What would everyone rather do then? So far no spa days, no l pages, no strippers, no shots and no willies sad
I once saw a hen party at York races where all the women had really glam fascinators on and if you looked closely the bride had a tiny l plate in hers and the others had tiny willies!
I loved them even though both fascinators and l plates are shit not willies though

Vast amounts of stereo typing on this thread. I can imagine the outcry if the same statements were made about other groups of people, but women who like to have a good time in a way that suits them, are fair game. You'd be surprised how many highly intelligent professional women love these nights out, without the male strippers (myself included), but that's what you get for educating the working classes and removing natural selection by having free health care.

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 12:21:23

if I was ever to have another "hen night" I would simply go out for a curry with my mates. Then on for a dance and a drink for the late-night ones.

LadyBeagleEyes Mon 22-Apr-13 12:25:14

Me too AF.
And Birds, I loathe stag nights equally, with groups of drunken men staggering around.

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 12:26:15

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

OP, if you go by many threads on here, its difficult to find many MN'ers who like anything, family or friend, included.

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 12:27:11

I wasn't asked about the stereotypical "stag nights" on this thread, but my thoughts on those are very clear too.

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 12:28:16

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TSC, read the thread, most posts have " probably the type of women..." included. Why is it so wrong to have the world populated with people who are different to you? That is the reason I like big mixed population city's.

TSC, read the thread, most posts have " probably the type of women..." included. Why is it so wrong to have the world populated with people who are different to you? That is the reason I like big mixed population city's.

Sunnywithshowers Mon 22-Apr-13 12:32:12

I've been married twice. For the first 'do', a friend had spent hours sewing condom packets and L plates on to a veil. Thank fuck my appendix went bad and I had to have an op instead smile

For my second wedding I went for a curry with a (different) friend. It was lovely.

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 12:32:43

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But no-one's forcing you to theme your "do", or go on one that you know you wouldn't enjoy, so I still don't get the need to throw digs at those that do enjoy various nights out. You get invited, you go or don't, but there's no need to put down the choices of others.

Gerrof Mon 22-Apr-13 12:38:27

But if we couldn't put down the choices of others where would we be? sad

LadyBeagleEyes Mon 22-Apr-13 12:39:49

If we didn't discuss things there'd be no Mumsnet, Birds.

DrCoconut Mon 22-Apr-13 12:43:09

Me and DH organised a meal at a Chinese restaurant that we both like, on the same night for both. It was the eve of the wedding and anyone who was around ready was invited. It was what we wanted and it was nice. But we are not really your stereotypical party people.

Jins Mon 22-Apr-13 12:44:27

Curry, pub, club then home for me. That's what I did twenty years ago and it's what I'd do now.

squoosh Mon 22-Apr-13 12:46:30

What's the problem with people not liking willy themes hen nights? I don't like lots of things. Robbie Williams, tea, dresses with empire lines, Toby Young, wallpaper feature walls, Kate Middleton's hair, spaniels with too bulgey eyes, baked beans. I could go on and on.

It's just different tastes.

Gerrof Mon 22-Apr-13 12:46:45

I actually have never been on a hen night with co-ordinated tops, L plates, glitter, stetsons, shrieking. Thank god.

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 12:51:52

spaniels with too bulgey eyes

< runs screaming from thread >

Yeah no ones ever asked me to one like that. sad

Ask me! Ask me! (I won't come)

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:02:05

AnyyFucker, what did you do? That sounds a lot like mine - out for a pizza with friends, older and younger female relatives, then the ones who wanted to went for a few more drinks afterwards.

manicinsomniac Mon 22-Apr-13 13:04:05

I've never been to one with strippers and willies and only one with L plates and a veil but I think I would enjoy any kind of hen night/weekend as long as I was with friends. I'm not fussy.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:04:07

"Gerrof Mon 22-Apr-13 12:46:45

I actually have never been on a hen night with co-ordinated tops, L plates, glitter, stetsons, shrieking. Thank god."

Well I haven't. And while 99% of the time that would be my idea of hell (in fact there's far too much shrieking in general life without adding to it), there's a little part of me that wants to. Just once. Just to see what it'd be like.

VelvetSpoon Mon 22-Apr-13 13:04:41

I think male strippers are a bit grim tbh, I have no desire to see a man jiggling his member around on stage, it makes me cringe.

I have no objection however to going out and getting roaring drunk, doing shots and jagers, dancing til my feet hurt and wearing themed outfits, indeed they have been some of my best ever nights out grin

I don't consider simply because of my job or education that I'm 'better' than all this stuff, or feel I have to look down on it - by all means if you don't like it, don't do it. But don't for a second think that not enjoying these sort of nights out makes you better than me or anyone else that does!

Wineandchoccy Mon 22-Apr-13 13:05:02

I was the last to get married in our group so after I had dressed in red, worn an awful T-Shirt, breakfast at Tiffanys theme, something beginning with B or I?, ballgown all in expensive destinations and hotels.

I hired a minibus £10 each to the nearest city, went to a cocktail bar (Mum treated us all to champagne cocktails), then went to bars and a club. minibus home, good night out and for no more money than you would usually spend.

I was worried it would be really boring but we all had an amazing night and people said how nice it was not to have buy fancy dress or stay over.

I think whatever you do it needs to be what you want as some hen do's I have been on it hasn't been the brides choice but pushy Bridesmaid or friend who has mad ideas and the Bride just goes along with it.

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 13:05:43

Mine was 20 years ago. Curry, drinks, club. No silly paraphernalia. No cackling women trying to get me to lick squirty cream off some horrible bloke's nob. No "last hurrah" type behaviour.

Pobblewhohasnotoes Mon 22-Apr-13 13:08:00

I haven't drunk a jagerbomb for truly ages. Think I'm going to have to man up before my next hen do. Not mine. I'm not a serial marriager.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:10:14

right well I am having another hen do.
<ignores DH>
You are all welcome to
~ *~ *~ *~ STEALTH'S (virtual) HEN DO ~ ~* ~* ~*
the tackier the better. Who's in?

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 13:12:50

When is it ? I will come along and clutch my pearls and do cat's-bum faces smile

CunningAtBothEnds Mon 22-Apr-13 13:13:07

Am 26 had my hen a month ago. It was a massive piss up with L plates. No strippers, dont think id of enjoyed that. But i enjoyed the pissed up pub crawl grin

Having my second on fri, a meal for civilised folk grin

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:16:20

you are cunning cunning, tailored hen dos grin
Hope you enjoy the next one when's the tackiest day of the year? This hen do has to be uber tacky.
What can I wear?

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:18:04

I have a top just like this. Any good? not "going outy" enough?

elQuintoConyo Mon 22-Apr-13 13:20:00

DSis did Madonna-theme plus L plates, about 14 years ago, drunken dares etc. It was a laugh.
Mine was much more sedate, ten years later: lovely affordable restaurant for everybody, then onto a couple of bars. We're all in the same town so could just got home when they wanted.
No dares, no strippers <boak> no wearing strange men's pants.

Oh... but there is a photo somewhere of me wearing a Barca thong over my trousres! It was fresh out of the box, so to speak! Oh dear! And we ended up in a heavy metal bar called Scum surrounded by nothing but gentlemen grin

CunningAtBothEnds Mon 22-Apr-13 13:23:21

I had many jaegerbombs, and sambuccas. I was a hot mess!

Trinpy Mon 22-Apr-13 13:27:53

Best hen night I ever went to (apart from my own), was my SILs. we al stayed in a cottage in the middle of nowhere, ate junk food, drank too much and chatted/ watched DVDs. Only thing that ruined it was that it was stretched out over a whole weekend and we had to do expensive/boring things during the day, which I could have done without.

I wasn't even going to have a hen party but my 2 best mates dragged me out for a meal. It was nice because it was simple, cheap and we all knew each other so no forced fun.

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Mon 22-Apr-13 13:28:18

I'll bring the willy shaped straws grin

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:30:57

no need Step I already have some
(I do, really, and I have no idea why!)
(I also have no idea where they are, really should find them before the kids/Mil do)

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:32:19

actually not sure why I said that. The kids would just want them in their drinks at inappropriate times forever more. MIL would find it hilarious and insist on having one in her tea grin
(she was at my hen night)

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Mon 22-Apr-13 13:35:08

grin ah well the fluffy handcuffs then?

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:40:13

Yes, that would be lovely. Can mine be ballerina pink and glittery please. All the other hens' are to be different shades of pink (no two the same) so we can line up in colour order for the photo. Only mine are to have glitter.

BegoniaBampot Mon 22-Apr-13 13:48:53

they are my idea of hell. traditionally where i'm from your family and friends dress you up to look like an idiot, drag you round the different pubs banging pots and pans and then take you round each pub to kiss all the drunk male punters who pay for the privilege. No thanks, a small civilised meal was more my choice.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:52:26

<crosses Begonia off the invite list>

I'll come if I can have a personalised t-shirt. I once saw a group of women at Heathrow in matching glittery personalised t-shirts. One of them was apparently called 'Fat Stef', according to her attire.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 13:57:42

you can, but as this is a virtual hen do, it's MN names only

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 14:02:12

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specialsubject Mon 22-Apr-13 14:02:44

mine was a visit to a couple of pubs and then a slap up curry. With a group of friends of both genders. No spas (eeww...) no L-plates, no bloody silly childish games, no shrieking. Himself did something similar in different pubs and then we all met up at the end of the evening.

still in touch with some of them, 20+ years and a lot of moving around on.

Jins Mon 22-Apr-13 14:03:37

I'll sit with TSC planning our escape. I'll do a lot of forced jollity at the beginning so everyone remembers I was there though

squoosh Mon 22-Apr-13 14:03:46

It's the always the ones with a face like a smacked arse who end up doing unmentionable things with the stripper underneath the table.

BegoniaBampot Mon 22-Apr-13 14:08:11

actually forgot one hen night where we all dressed as school girls and went for a meal and a boogey. I was fun i'll admit (shit, having to backtrack slightly).

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 14:11:48

Course you can tsc. A couple if cringeworthily named cocktails later you'll be dancing on the tables and offering to flash your boobs for a fiver.

Wanksock Mon 22-Apr-13 14:11:48

I had a whole willy themed hen do, everyone wore willy head boppers and sashes and we had a naked butler. My gran baked a big flesh coloured willy cake. I loved it all. So I guess I am not the usual mumsnet type then?!

Jins Mon 22-Apr-13 14:15:04

TSC I don't suppose you smoke do you? I haven't for years but would be prepared to in order to escape the jollity. We'd find a great alternative venue from the smokers outside

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 14:15:09

I don't understand the willy theme for a hen night

have none of you seen willies before ?

Why does a willy signify impending marriage ?

That symbolism could work I suppose if none of us were ever shagging our menfolk, nor ever clapped eyes on male appendages before we married 'em

Otherwise, it just doesn't make sense

or perhaps the men should wear plastic vaginas on their head on the stag ? Make it all equal-like.

doublechocchip Mon 22-Apr-13 14:15:15

I love the big nights out but then I also like spa days/activities (easily pleased!) don't mind L plates/daft games but wouldn't be keen on a stripper, think it would be too cringeworthy.

For mine the only willies that made an appearance were the small ones lovingly hand-stitched on to my veil for the night out by friend who is a dressmaker who also pointed out (in strong scouse accent) "Hope you like the willies, I've done some flowers coming off the top of them for the jizz!" One of my favourite quotes of that weekend, possibly ever.

Ledkr Mon 22-Apr-13 14:16:53

I once saw about six miserable looking women in a club in Birmingham. They were wearing pink satin jackets with their nick names on the back. They were sitting at a table looking as if they were at a wake.
It was truly hilarious. Enforced fun and frolics without the fun and frolics grin

Wanksock Mon 22-Apr-13 14:21:09

Dunno AF I just like willies. I think we looked great with our purple glittery willy boppers.

Wanksock Mon 22-Apr-13 14:22:13

I should add that we didn't even go out wearing them, it was a house party. And it was a really good laugh.

TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 14:22:30

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AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 14:22:40

It's kinda reedickulous though when you think about it logically, though

I like willies too. I don't need to wear one on my head to prove it though smile

AnyFucker Mon 22-Apr-13 14:23:41

too many "thoughs" in that last post

I went to a hen weekend recently, including fancy dress (not willy themed) and a cocktail class, at a spa hotel. Had a brilliant time, although I was the only sober one being pregnant smile Think strippers would have freaked me out though, I just don't feel the need to see that on a stranger!

Wanksock Mon 22-Apr-13 14:27:26

Yes it is a bit reedickulous, and we were a right bunch of dickheads. I even had willy paper plates for our sandwiches. It's amazing the amount of penis paraphernalia that is available!!

squoosh Mon 22-Apr-13 14:28:39

There is definitely a gap in the market for an 'alternative' male stripper. I've never met anyone who fancies orange, walnut shaped men, but lots who fancy athletic/indie/beardy various other types.

Wanksock Mon 22-Apr-13 14:30:37
TheSecondComing Mon 22-Apr-13 14:31:15

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hairtearing Mon 22-Apr-13 14:36:55

I like sashes, tiaras etc for my own I want a veil thingy, I dunno I think they make good photos,
And I've noticed on fancy dress night outs people are more relaxed and the atmosphere is more cheery. I think on dressy nights out people are more focused on how they look and a bit more uptight.
Not a huge stripper fan though, I've said I don't mind strip clubs but private dance no, I think its disrespectful tbh.

But I'm mid 20's so maybe its an age thing?

Chandon Mon 22-Apr-13 14:45:19

Ehm, OP, the norm? Really?

Depends what sort of people you hang out with, lots of my friends did not have hen do's, most consider it a bit common.

I think.

ChaoticTranquility Mon 22-Apr-13 14:46:49

There are better places to put willies than on your head wink

My cousin had a meal followed by drinks and dancing for her hen night. People could either do one or both. It's probably what I would do if I ever got married. I couldn't be doing with l plates/willies/fancy dress although shots would be fine.

ChaoticTranquility Mon 22-Apr-13 14:48:37

I wouldn't have a stripper either.

fluffyraggies Mon 22-Apr-13 15:05:10

AF - i'm a bit inclined to over think as well sometimes wink

and it strikes me that it's all a bit fertility rights'ish ..... the willies and stuff, y'know?

Humanity really hasn't come far from the cave when you start thinking about these things. I think it when i see blokes chanting at football matches ..... tribal stuff.

Anyway, as you were ....

ComposHat Mon 22-Apr-13 15:07:45

I wandered past three glittery stetson and L plate type hen dos in Edinburgh the other weekend qnd Not ome of yhem yelled 'get your knob out'at me.

Either standard s are slipping or I have lost my touch

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 15:11:09

But chandon, that is the first thing everyone on these threads says "oh I didn't have a traditional veil/l plates/stripper one". That's why I think its the norm!

slatternlymother Mon 22-Apr-13 15:14:01

Bah. I didn't have a Hen Night angry

I am feeling Most Put Out.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 15:15:19

Join me slatternly! It can be a joint one

slatternlymother Mon 22-Apr-13 15:41:02

Yeah! We can have matching tops with 'Lush Henz' or something similar.

StealthOfficialCrispTester Mon 22-Apr-13 15:46:52

"Lush henz"?
Come on now, there are some standards!

Wishwehadgoneabroad Mon 22-Apr-13 15:48:17

For precisely this reason, I am not having a hen party grin

Awful tacky things!

angelos02 Mon 22-Apr-13 15:55:37

I didn't have one. I was mid 30's when I got married mind yah.

Squigglypig Mon 22-Apr-13 16:16:48

I was early 30s but I had a hen weekend in Bournemouth. I kind've imagined a beautiful hotel where we could just hang around in lovely bars but we ended up in Fawlty Towers (it had iron marks on the carpet people) and going to a tragic club that came with the deal. Also I'd said to my friends "I don't mind a bit of tat" and my hens took it literally, I've never seen so many willy shaped tat in my life. Obviously the willy boppers were the highlight but also the flacid stress penis you could squeeze which was I have to say I was fascinated by (boak). No matching t'shirts or stetsons though for the hens though, just me dressed up in bride-to-be stuff.

We had a lot of fun, I think all the better for the willies (we decided it must be some kind of primal fertility thing too) and not being in a posh hotel. My most snobby friend (works in fashion yah) said "Oh my god I'm having the best time ever", after previously being a bit sneery about the hotel. And I think the tat provided a talking point for my friends, some of whom didn't know each other beforehand.

But I am a bit of a snob about groups of hens/stags dressed in the same outfits - it's just all a bit weird.

yaimee Mon 22-Apr-13 18:13:51

wank there is a used sanitary towel costume further down that page shock

digerd Mon 22-Apr-13 18:31:42

Somebody mentioned the chippendales and not finding them sexy?

I have never found normal male strippers at all sexy, infact, turned me off with in your face vulgarity.
But I saw the original 1970's chippendales on stage on TV and they were super sensual, trained gymnastic dancers/performers actors and could use their bodies to express genuine sensual sexyness.

Even my mum was flushed in her face and me all over. They were mesmerising.

digerd Mon 22-Apr-13 18:51:22


It is your hen do, not your friends. Real friends do not scorn what you want to do and call it boring even if they think it.

elQuintoConyo Mon 22-Apr-13 20:27:38

Oh my eyes envy <= nausea emoticon wansock you've put me off my dinner sad
I worked with a wanker who turned up for his first office fancy dress party (he'd been there about 2 months) dressed as a used tampon. That link has just brought it all back.

I shall now go and make a 'felch' costume out of felt and foam, take a photo and pm you grin

MansView Tue 23-Apr-13 13:27:35

I assume they appeal to council house tenants?

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