Texas Republican Representative Louie Gohmert has another crazy line to add to his resume. He recently appeared on Fox News’ Fox and Friends and told host Gretchen Carlson that terrorists plan to use women’s tampons to sneak explosives onto airplanes.
Yes. This is what we’re talking about today.
Gohmert said that he learned of this plot when he was on a flight from Texas to D.C.:
A man in Georgia is suing a cereal manufacturer and a grocery chain. Why? Because he found a used tampon in his box of Chocolate Chip Crunch cereal! And to make matters worse, he was actually eating said cereal when he found the feminine hygiene product floating in his milk. Delightful.
If I had to come up with a list of the most disgusting things to find in a bowl of cereal, a used tampon would for sure be in the top five, followed by a poo stained baby wipe, a semen filled condom, and then maybe those really disgusting wax strips an old roommate of mine would use to remove hair from her pits and bikini line. She would never throw them away and instead chose to leave them scattered on the bathroom counter (shudder).
The advertising geniuses over at Stayfree, a Johnson & Johnson Company, have come up with the “unique” idea of hawking maxi pads via soft core porn. Okay, so I am exaggerating—a little. It’s not really porn; it’s more along the lines of the really terrible romance novels that can be found in someone’s grandma’s guest bedroom. Think thumping bare chests and terrible pick-up lines. Oh, and swooning. Lots of swooning.
They fine folks over at Stayfree have launched their new ad campaign online. The ads, featuring three hard bodied men, are called “A Date With Stayfree.” In each of the three videos, the men Brad, Ryan, and Trevor, find a reason to remove their shirts and do a highly creepy absorbency test on three different …
Every twenty-eight days, I curse Eve from the bottom of my soul. “I hope that freaking apple was delicious, you selfish jerk!” is about the nicest thing that comes out of my mouth. While menstruation has become everything from an art medium to a convenient excuse for men to write off the “misbehavior” of women, it’s still a subject that tends to skeeve people out.