A foreigner's French fertility journey and beyond
Oh, heavens. Yep, pink is always a bad color on pantiliners for us IF folks!
hahaha! Can't help but laugh at this. So, so true. Invented by a man, no doubt.
Noooooo. The good thing about toilet paper is that it is usually (partly) in transparant packaging. Libresse not so much.
This is why I never got nana. Pink is not something I want to see in my undies all day long. Never ever.
But they are roses! So we can all feel like flowers in our special garden! (*bangs head against wall*)
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.
Argh! And I've always objected to the incessant, relentless pink related to anything girly/female. So this would make me doubly mad.
Why do they need to put pink on everything that girls use I often wonder! Don't you?Random Thoughts Naba...#MicroblogMondays: I Wish To Read It Again......
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!
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