to hate the term 'on the blob'?
Champersonice · 04/05/2011 11:28
After reading about jam sponges on the mooncup thread, I googled and took a look. Under FAQs, they have used the term 'blob'. Yuk! I just hate that expression. Who agrees and what other terms do you dislike?? First one to say, 'got the painters in' gets a jam sponge
deemented · 04/05/2011 12:01
Terms i dislike are 'Sharkbait' and 'Riding the crimson tide'
When speaking about them i tend to say, with appropriate dramatic noises 'The Evil Red Tide Of Doom'
ElectricSoftParade · 04/05/2011 12:08
YANBU "on the blob" takes me back about 25 years to my school days. Also reminds me of when we had Sex Ed and were given towels and tampons to take home "to be prepared".
Most of the boys in my class seemed to end up with tampons up their noses and in their ears. They found it hilarious
BluddyMoFo · 04/05/2011 12:17
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MrsSchadenfreude · 04/05/2011 12:29
Intergalactichussy - buy a book and then answer any questions. DD1 read book and asked no questions - was hugely embarrassed by the whole thing. DD2 read the book and has had no end of questions about periods and sex.
("How do you know which bit to rub when you masturbate?" and "Exactly how much blood, in mililitres, do you lose?" being two of them.)
You just have to brace yourself!
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