Sunday, January 11, 2009

Always Always

***Disclaimer***

If I have any male readers, go away now. Now, shoo, shoo, shoo! This post will make you more blind than Rosie and some good porn.

Are they all gone? Good, than it's just us girls. Because I have a girly tip for you. I was blog surfing and came across this. And no offense to the author, because she shares some awesome tips, but upon first seeing this I said a little, ok a HUGE WTF!

Because for me, oh hell no, I will NEVER be that thrifty and environmentally responsible. But hey, whatever floats your boat.

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21 comments:

blueviolet said...

Yep, I've heard of those and no thanks. Seriously, no thanks.

Meghan said...

Really?
Why?
I mean, I am all about being good for the environment & frugal but um....EEEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

{i}Post said...

*gag* I am not that environmentally conscious or in need of a few extra bucks! But who knows, maybe some are!

♥georgie♥ said...

talk about going green or is red...uuugghhhh not for me sooooo not for me

Melissa said...

Yikes, I guess I'm not nearly as green as I thought...I think I'll take a pass.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Maybe I lived in the 1800's...maybe...but nope! Not this gal! The thought sends shivers down my spine. Ewwwwwww.

AirmanMom said...

If only she would put this creative energy into something that could make her a millionaire!!!!

~AirmanMom returning to her blog...

On The Verge said...

I don't even have the words for this. That is just so wrong!

Mary Moore said...

Ugh. The buck stops here. No way, no how. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?! Blecch.

Pink Lemonade Liz said...

Uhmmm.. nope... no way... ick!

I guess they had no choice 100 years ago, but I'll never give up good-old store bought.

Soaking... washing... I'm not sure I could sanitize my washer good enough afterward that I'd ever want to use it again... yuck!

Julie said...

Just like I don't think I will be a cloth diaper mommmy, I don't think I could do this either. EEWW.

Jenni Jiggety said...

You have to be all kinds of nutty to make and use those babies...

3 Bay B Chicks said...

Yeah, no. I read the title in the link and that was enough for me. Before frantically trying to click away from the page, I did glance at something about having to let the pads "soak" as part of the washing cycle.

Aren't there already enough things on our respective "to do" lists?

-Francesca

Betsy said...

EW EW EW EW EW!!! Thanks I really needed that in my head! AUGH! YUCK!

Lynne said...

EEEWWWW! I'm sorry, I'm all for helping the environment, but sometimes we can go a little far!

Amy said...

Seriously? OMG! That is just nasty and I don't think I could ever be that broke or conscious of the environment.

*lynne* said...

this reminds me of a related (in a wtf way) product - a "moon cup" I think it was called... where you inset a "cup" which collects the blood, which you can just empty when full... ugh ugh ugh I'm almost dry heaving just typing about it :p

Elaine A. said...

Kinda like I probably won't be using cloth diapers any time soon.

Uh... yeah... no.

Amy Amy Bo Bamey said...

I can't believe that....Ewww I can't do pads because I don't like the feeling "down there" I much prefer tampons and don't even want to know if there are instructions for that!

Undomesticated said...

Just to add to the gross factor... yes there are tampon patterns as well. I have seen some for crocheted tampons. I have a lot better things to do with my yarn then make tampons.

Jennifer Suarez said...

I've seen those being sold on the Etsy website. I was taken back and all "WTF?!" too. I'm sorry but there is NO WAY IN HELL I am washing a dirty period pad - not even my own. Nope, nope NOPE!

Go green my ass!

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