Monday, September 22, 2014

#MicroblogMondays: inappropriate pink

Although my TTC days are behind me, pink on my panty liners still makes me flip out. What the hell were they thinking at Nana (or Libresse, or whatever they're called abroad)...?!


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10 comments:

inconceivable12 said...

Oh, heavens. Yep, pink is always a bad color on pantiliners for us IF folks!

JB said...

hahaha! Can't help but laugh at this. So, so true. Invented by a man, no doubt.

Valery said...

Noooooo. The good thing about toilet paper is that it is usually (partly) in transparant packaging. Libresse not so much.

Mina said...

This is why I never got nana. Pink is not something I want to see in my undies all day long. Never ever.

Turia said...

But they are roses! So we can all feel like flowers in our special garden! (*bangs head against wall*)

Lollipop Goldstein said...

Cracking up. That would make my heart pound every time I went to the bathroom because I'm the type of person who would forget the pantiliner had a pattern.

Mali said...

Argh!

And I've always objected to the incessant, relentless pink related to anything girly/female. So this would make me doubly mad.

Nabanita said...

Why do they need to put pink on everything that girls use I often wonder! Don't you?

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areyoukiddingme said...

*snort*

Suzanna Catherine said...

Yes, pink on the pantyliners could be very distracting. And I agree, probably invented by a man.

Does anyone remember when toilet tissue came in colors? I can't remember if it was the 60s or 70s but there was a bouquet of pastel colors: pink, blue and minty green. I don't remember if there was yellow. I don't think so. I guess the object was to somehow color coordinate your bathroom to your tissue. Haven't seen it in stores for ages. Soooo glad!