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katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 19:48:48

My DH thought it was so funny that instead of my usual towels I picked up tena lady instead by mistake. He now thinks I've a bladder weakness and told DD I'll be wearing nappies soon. Not had a weak bladder since I was pregnant. Silly man.
Luckily I saw the funny of side of it unlike my poor friend who sat there openmouthed.

youarekidding Thu 02-Jun-11 20:00:27

OMG I did that too. Got the ASDA assure by mistake as night time towels and thought how soft they were and how absorbant and they didn't irritate my fanjo. Then I realised why blush

I nearly started a thread about it but glad you did and I can just tag along. grin

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 20:03:22

Mine was in Asda too, I thought only £1 I'll have them.
Told DH if he continues taking the piss one will be slapped across his mouth.

youarekidding Thu 02-Jun-11 20:19:44

Tell him if he keeps talking shite you'll gag him with an incontinence pad. wink

Did you get the ASDA own brand? For some reason all the pads are on the bottom and one shelf but these were right next to santitary wear (which is adjacent anyway iyswim?).

Shame really as they really were comfy and felt secure - I'm actually wondering if it's OK to use them still. blush

KatieScarlett2833 Thu 02-Jun-11 20:21:43

<Adds Tena Lady to shopping list>

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 20:32:54

No I got the Tena ones. I do agree they are more comfy.

Georgimama Thu 02-Jun-11 20:34:25

Gosh, incontinence is just hilarious isn't it?


youarekidding Thu 02-Jun-11 20:41:43

Not at all - I did suffer slightly after having DS. No-one is taking the piss out of incontinence more the mistake. Sorry if your offended.

youarekidding Thu 02-Jun-11 20:42:17

Oh bugger just realised what I wrote - taking the piss was bad choice of words. sorry blush

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 20:44:07

And I suffered with it too badly in my pregnancy so excuse the pun I can take the piss, better to laugh at yourself I find smile

Georgimama Thu 02-Jun-11 20:45:12

Not laughing at yourself, though are you? You're laughing at women who need Tena lady. Well done.

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 20:51:18

I needed Tena before and laughed at myself, it's what I do, I don't go around all sad just because I slightly pissed my pants, I laughed at it, and if in time it happened again I'd do the same.
Why so serious or do you want me to lock myself away as I took the Mickey out of Tena lady wearers. Me I am soooo bad.
Just smile it will do you good smile

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 20:52:40

And I'm taking the piss out of myself not others as my DH was.

Sqee Thu 02-Jun-11 20:57:10

As we say here in Belfast, Spoil the craic! Lighten up it's just abit of fun!

Georgimama Thu 02-Jun-11 21:03:06

No, it isn't fun. It's prurient, childish and pathetic.

I don't give a shit what you say in Belfast, frankly Sqee.

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 21:15:48

I agree with sqee, I suffered with it so I can laugh about it, it's not childish it's called laughing at yourself, try it, it may enlighten yourself, but try not to laugh too hard incase you've a bladder problem ;) and you can always borrow ones of my Tenas smile smile

manticlimactic Thu 02-Jun-11 21:39:48

At least they were the pads and not the complete pants you can get.

LordOfTheFlies Thu 02-Jun-11 21:45:43

Its a fact of lfe.Its not particularly funny nor is it anything to be embaressed by. A DH could just about get away with ribbing his DW (brave or foolhardy I don't know)
My Dear Old Dad dutifully trots off to buy them for my mum and doesn't bat an eyelid

clappyhands Thu 02-Jun-11 21:55:33

i probably will need tena very soon (have to cross legs when i feel a sneeze coming on blush

joys of 3 very close dc

but i laughed [sticking up for Sqee emotion cause she's from belfast smile]

nenevomito Thu 02-Jun-11 21:58:21

The first time I ever asked DH to pick me up some towels he came back with Morrison's own brand incontinence pads. <rolls eyes>

Now I send him out with a packet so he can picture match off the shelves.

supercal Thu 02-Jun-11 22:01:48

I would be seriously hmm if my husband told my daughter I'll be needing nappies soon, and found it hilarious that I'd picked up the wrong product by mistake.

Tell him to grow up.

Sqee Thu 02-Jun-11 22:04:09

Did someone light the fuse on your tampon today Georgimama? I suggest hiding this thread as it seems to make you quite bitchy upset you dear.

katvond Thu 02-Jun-11 22:05:48

Super that's my DH humour and that's why I love him, it's better to laugh than cry and gets us through some tricky situations

Georgimama Thu 02-Jun-11 22:06:21

Seriously, do you loathe women or something? Light the fuse on my tampon? Got any more sexist comments to offer?

What a twat you are.

fit2drop Thu 02-Jun-11 22:06:25

Georgimama ,seriously ??

You are taking the piss aren't you.

I cannot believe that you have taken umbrage at this.

is there an etiquette list of what we can and can't smile about .

and if you think its childish then leave the thread and go and knit a noodle or something

its you prudish attitude towards people smiling about it that keeps "womens bladder problems" a dirty secret.

I guess now isnt the time to remind people of Billy Conollys disco dancing incontinance pants spoof.grin <<<< yep thats me grinning bad

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