And then everyone clapped
@BluFlaminMonky, that girl's dad? Albert Einstein
@BluFlaminMonky, and everyone also got clap...
Bleed on my face
@wannabe firefighter, in muh mouth
@wannabe firefighter, Bleed-sturize me
@wannabe firefighter, you want her to baptize you? Thats raw.
@wannabe firefighter, my heavens lol
This is true, as a person who married at 17 I was on pad runs early in my life and I was never bothered by it, I really don't know why people are.
@Gerbosou, because there is still a stigma on sex-related topics. It's asinine, in my opinion.
@Gerbosou, as a man who’s been alive for 27 years, I’ve never been weirded out by periods or any other feminine needs. And I’ve never understood why there’s a stigma around it. I just saw it as a natural thing in a woman’s life, which I get can be difficult and they don’t need that kind of sh*t
@Danger Noodle, that's like being afraid to buy condoms
@MCPON John 117, I’ve never been weirded out by it, either. However, I refuse to buy my wife pads, not because of embarrassment, per se, but because I know I’d get the wrong thing, because she wouldn’t know what type or brand or whatever to tell me to get. The embarrassment is there, but I could get past it if I knew I was doing it right.
Oh yeah i bet that was that conversation word for word. Remember children, it's impossible to lie on the internet
@I Am Captain Obvious, there are plenty of families out there that would have conversations like this. Not saying this one is true but it could very well be
@I Am Captain Obvious, if I were that dad, my sense of humor would compel me to actually say something like that.
@I Am Captain Obvious, I'm the president and I say FAKE NEWS
@I Am Captain Obvious, its also a meme, so........ chill
@Donald Drumpf, I believe you’re mistaking yourself for @DonaldTrump
Literally never been afraid to go buy some pads. Who cares? No, I didn't grow up with a sister. I just have more than ZERO confidence
My dad was never afraid to get my sister and I pads but he left buying pantyhose to us because as he put it "everyone knows the pads aren't for me. The stockings? Not so much."
It's just cotton.
My gf has always been totally comfortable talking about things like this and I’ve always been totally comfortable in helping out in any way I can. I’ve never really understood the embarrassment, it’s just like buying tissues or toilet roll. No-one is judging you because you poop or blow your nose so why should this be any different?
Hey, I’m a dude and will be living in an apartment next year with three other guys. I just realized I should probably have extra pads or tampons for emergencies when my female friends come over. Should I get pads, tampons, or both?
My boyfriend is more comfortable talking about periods than I am.
That Escalated Quickly....
I'll take conversations that never took place for 300 Alex
@TORGUE FLEXINGTON, as an older brother (of a gorl), a husband, and a dad of daughters, I’ve had almost this exact conversation with all of three of those different women in my life.
Is it really so hard understand boyos?