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I was at the supermarket last night getting some pads and something boggled my mind. I expected the pads to be with the other bodily needs like medicines and vitamins and stuff and as much as I looked for them, I couldn’t find them. Turns out pads and tampons and pantiliners were in the same aisle as household cleaning agents and motor oil. What the heck? Aren’t similar things supposed to be together? What do they think I’m going to do?! Get a pad, mop the floor and then fix my freakin’ car?

They need to re-think their design.

chris said,

June 10, 2003 @ 4:34 am

i thought they were in like a feminine needs aisle? Or maybe that’s just longs…

Maybe wherever you went was thinkin that the pads were strong enough to handle motor oils…and…and they keep things clean down…so they put it in the perfect place. See? It’s genius I tell ya. Genius.


tomt said,

June 10, 2003 @ 12:22 pm

kim, i really really love the way your mind works…

weng weng said,

June 10, 2003 @ 5:22 pm

i wish i were your pads…

David said,

June 10, 2003 @ 7:06 pm

hey, great site! Love your stuff.. and I never went lookin’ for pads, so i have no idea. =/

nancy said,

June 10, 2003 @ 8:58 pm

LOL.. that really is a weird place to place pads. usually theyre next to the diaper aisle.. pretty bad.

August said,

June 10, 2003 @ 9:11 pm

It’s all relative to the mind of the architect… Clearly we are dealing with a man who firmly believes in the male dominance system… Or he’s lazy… Or the guy who arranged the stuff is insane… Or I’m a little off on this one.

sherie said,

June 10, 2003 @ 10:32 pm

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kim said,

June 11, 2003 @ 8:53 pm

man, weng weng, you’re pretty damn disgusting.

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