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To want to make you all giggle as this made 5 adults giggle tonight

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TheLadyEvenstar Mon 04-Jul-11 22:09:07

I was at my sisters earlier for my eldest nephews b'day.

I had cut my leg.

DSis had done the race for life yesterday and in her goody bag were lilets,bodyform panty liners, and teabags.

So there we were my DSis, younger nephew 7yrs, DS2 and myself standing in my sisters kitchen. She was cooking for Dnep1 b'day and I said "My leg bloody hurts"

With that DNep2 disappears out of the kitchen and comes back a couple of minutes later with a "Plaster" he is just about to stick it to my leg when we realise he has a Panty liner!!!

I had to literally bite my lip as I said "Its ok that will make my skin sore" and walk out to the garden along with my DSis where we totally lost it with giggles.

Went back in her kitchen a couple of minutes later and DNeph was trying to stick it on DS2's finger which he had shut in the gate.

cue more stiffled giggles as we tried to explain it was not a very good plaster.

Maybe you had to be there but it made us giggle.

strandedbear Mon 04-Jul-11 22:12:47

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blackeyedsusan Mon 04-Jul-11 22:13:30


CQrrrneee Mon 04-Jul-11 22:14:23


cheesesarnie Mon 04-Jul-11 22:17:14 bil tried to soak up a puddle of wee that theyre puppy had made in the kitchen with a tampon as theyd run out of kitchen roll grin

oldraver Mon 04-Jul-11 22:17:21

I offered by DB a tampon as he had a very bad nose bleed, I had read somewhere they were good for this ..... he declined grin

Fifis25StottieCakes Mon 04-Jul-11 22:17:35

grin somthing similar happened to me at the weekend

I noticed the other day that one of my dd's had been playing kitchen in the bedroom with her friends and there was a Tampax Pearl with mouse bit pulled out in a pan of water.

We used to stick them up peoples taps when we were younger.

TheLadyEvenstar Mon 04-Jul-11 22:24:14


I did feel awful having to walk away giggling.

Fifis25StottieCakes Mon 04-Jul-11 22:45:17

Mine must have been using the plastic inserter as a stirrer grin

CalamityKate Mon 04-Jul-11 22:48:14

I opened the front door (right at the bottom of the stairs) to the postman once to take delivery of a parcel and wondered why he was giving me funny looks. When he'd gone and I shut the door, I turned round to find that DS (then about 3) had got hold of a box of pantyliners and had decorated the bottom baby gate with them. Some were opened right out and stuck to it - some were sort of folded round the bars like butterflies with their wings closed hmm

Fifis25StottieCakes Mon 04-Jul-11 22:52:01

Lady - were they asking what they were if you said they were not a plaster. Mine havent asked what they are YET.

SpecialFriedRice Mon 04-Jul-11 23:33:16

Aww thats cute.

When my DD was about 18 months old we were in my friends car and me and my friend were sitting in the front as she was driving. DD was being nice an quiet. Wasnt til we got outside my house and I looked in the back I seen DD had pulled a pack of those tiny bodyform pantyliners (in the little purple tub) out my friends bag and had them scattered all over her lap, had stuck 2 to the window and was making rabbit ears with another 2. She was mighty impressed with herself. It had us giggling for ages.

DD is now 3 and about 2 months ago I walked into the bathroom and saw her holding a tampon, still in its pack and she still her her knickers on, between the tops of her legs and she said she had her period! Ha ha.

What is it with kids and period stuff???

TheLadyEvenstar Tue 05-Jul-11 00:22:22

fifi no he didn't ask bless him. He just looked at us oddly as we giggled

Fifis25StottieCakes Tue 05-Jul-11 00:23:37

Ha ha Bless him grin

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