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I remember sitting down with a calendar and trying to imagine how many life events were going to be ruined from that moment on. Mike did, but Colleen is upset and runs away. C, Brian sees Colleen cheat on her exam, which she wins. It is particularily effective in clearing a room of men if announced loudly upon entering. We all attend a small college in Ohio [U. I also went to an all-girl school for three years. See also Would you stop menstruating if you could?

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You look like you are popping off of the ground like popcorn.. Get it? It's in that new car commercial - you just basically wave your arms slowly, locking your joints for a second, and then releasing and moving again. Kinda like to robot, but move both arms in a different direction. It's also in the 'Uptown Girl' video by Billy Joel. Put your hands in the air and work them back and forth in sync with your neck.

Work your neck back n forth and you move your hands through the air. Very big in , where you're center then step to the right with both feet, pointing up with palms flat and fingers together. Then back to the center pointing both of your hands downwards. Then to the left pointing your hands palms flat, fingers together up towards the left, then back.

There are many variations to this dance going opposite of your partner reaching out like your mixing dominoes on the table when your centered, and so on. Lean side to side with while putting up the hand to the side you're leaning to with your pointer finger and thumb together up by your ear as if you're cleaning your ears with a Q-Tip.

All you are doing is bending your knees and tipping from the waist while making small but very fast little jumps lifting your right foot up and down with every jump. You slide in from stage right with left knee cocked as if you are about to jump a hurdle. Head should be tilted downwards with eyes fixed on imaginary microphone held in clenched fist. Then spin to the front and begin miming "Just take those old records off the shelf This "Risky Business" was made famous by a boxer shorts-clad Tom Cruise.

There were various ways to do it, but the most common way was to have your right arm up with your fist clinched Like you were giving someone the elbow and your left arm and fist Like a slot machine. Your left fist would move along with your right fist giving the elbow on the right then to your left and so on Kinda of like the poplock except you keep all your body parts straight.

Super Robot: The Roger Rabbit is like the running man but you are doing it backwards.. Your arms are by your sides or doing some funky move and you take your right leg and sorta skip backwards once, and then your left leg you do the same thing, and then your right leg does it again but this time when your right leg goes back you sorta rock back and forth right left right note that when your right leg goes back your left leg is in front and vice versa!!

You have to do it sorta robotically. Also known as The Vanilla Ice, you take a step forward, then slide that foot back, immediately placing the next foot forward. Repeat while moving your bent arms forward and back together. When done quickly, you'll look as though you're "running". If you want to get really fancy, you can pivot on one foot so that you're facing in the other direction and do it all over again.

This move is kinda based on volleyball. What you do is pretend that your throwing the ball up and when you do you move your hands up and out on the side of your whole body, Repeat. It sorta starts out like the lawnmower.

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You have your hands in front of you, your fists closed like your holding onto the handle. Then swinging your hips steady and shuffling your feet, you throw one hand out like grasping a can.

Placing it back on the cart handle do it again with the other hand. Creates an illusion of flitting across the floor. Michael Jackson does this move as well as his moonwalk. This is a Michael Jackson move just like the Moonwalk except it makes you look as if your floating sideways across the air.

Someone listed this move as the SideSlide on here Man, Michael Jackson sure is a Master of the Dance, isn't he? Slammers tend to move as a whole in a clockwise direction, pushing and shoving their way around the room in what has today been called a mosh pit.

Slammers goals are to bump into as many people as possible, get sweatier than anyone else, and to look like you are having a seizure. If your really lucky, there will be a stage for you to drive off as the other slammers catch you. Like the pogo, but you slam into other people as you are jumping up and down, and is less rigid.

Eventually evolved into moshing, which is a more violent and dangerous form of slam dancing. Kind of complicated. Right toe down, right heel up and left heel down, left toe up at the same time then switch your feet to right heel down, right toe up and left toe down, left toe up - repeat. A couple. Man behind. Woman in front. Man's hands on woman's waist.

And man leans on the woman's back. It seemed to be a very sexual figure!! At every club there is one individual doing this dance. He or she finds the largest and loudest speaker around, and spends the entire night facing it and dancing at a range of about two feet, with closed eyes and occasionally waving their arms around.

Mind altering substances may or may not be a prerequisite. When you reach the other side of your body, pull your arm straight back over to the other side without any beats. Stand there with your right arm or left in front of you with a fist, pull back 3 times as you move your arm to the left, and then swing right arm back to the right.

This is a very complex move with 3 individual steps giving the total effect of those lessons the stewardesses give you regarding airline safety. The first set of motions involves acting like you're putting on the seat belt. You can really move your hips on this one.

The seconed set of motions involves pointing with both hands using two fingers on each hand to show people where the exit doors are. Make sure to turn around and show them where the doors are behind them. For the big ending, you pantomime putting on the mask.

Step 1: Grab the mask from up above. Step 2: Grab the rubber band and pull it behind your head while holding the breathing cup in front of you. We are NOT a "Spa", nor are we intended to be. We ARE without doubt one of the best destinations for professional therapeutic Chinese massage and reflexology in Chicagoland! Thank you very much for your patronage!

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I think it's obviously because he was nasty. Another expression used back in my mother's day was ' mehurbenet ,' which means ' shitty ,' as in ' I'm shitty today. Another very common expression is just to say ' kibalti ,' which means ' I got ,' short for ' kibalti veset ' or ' kibalti mahzor ,' without saying the dreaded words directly.

These expressions are from Israel. And they are used by women well, men would use the two official words, but only if they are at gun point: The only two expressions in Japanese for menstruation [but see a Japanese translator's many contributions, below] that I could find contain the interesting Kei, which might be just a phonetic and not reflect the component characters' meanings, as happens often in what someone called the most unnecessarily difficult language today.

But the character circled in red means "thread," and might relate to "rule," a word appearing in other languages see the entries for French, German and Spanish on this page. But that seems far-fetched. The familiar "moon" appears, as it does in the word "menstruation" in the form of "month," "menstruation" being a widely used word in the West.

See these characters used at the bottom of this page. Strangely enough, the character for blood is missing in these expressions - but it's missing in the European word "menstruation. Isn't it odd that blood is missing from the most common expression in English and in Japanese? What is standard seems to be a euphemism.

Germans do say Monatsblutung, but just catch someone in an Anglo-Saxon country, and probably Japan, saying "monthly bleeding" in public! The only way I can interpret "ice person" is as an "ice breaker," but Japanese being what it is, it is undoubtedly something else.

A Japanese translator explains the expression, below. I'm glad you can use the Japanese contribution on the MUM site! It's a great resource, and I'm happy to be able to add to it. It seems to have been sponsored by Kao, a company that manufactures the Laurier brand of sanitary pads among many other products. I'd be happy to provide more info if you'd like to include it.

The entire survey, of which this is only a tiny part, is actually quite interesting. It reveals how Japanese women feel about their 'gekkei' this term is used as the neutral, technical term throughout the survey , what their main physical complaints are, and so on.

Maybe if there's a Japanese MUM in your future? As for the kanji [Japanese character] for 'go-between', well, I certainly can agree that 'under-moon ice person' doesn't sound like a traditional go-between to me! Apparently it's a mix of 'under-moon old person' and 'ice person', both of which denote 'go-between' and have their origins in China.

On his way to the palace, a traveler came across an old man sitting beside a bag, reading a book in the moonlight. There was a red cord in the bag, and the traveler asked the old man what it was. The old man replied that it bound two fates together by tying together the feet of a man and a woman who were to become husband and wife. He then proceeded to tell the traveler who he would marry.

Fourteen years later, he married the same woman the old man had said he would. A fellow dreamed he was standing on ice and speaking with a person below it. He consulted a fortune-teller who told him that, because he was speaking from a yang place above the ice to someone in a yin place below the ice , it foretold that he would become a matchmaker.

Indeed, soon after he was called to be the go-between for his master's son. So that explains things, in a way. I love researching the origins of words and expressions in just about any language. Now we've both learned something--and I know as soon as I dip back into the MUM site, I'll be learning things left and right. Thanks again for all the hard work you put into that terrific site!

The modern Japanese character, or kanji, AN, which means "restful, ease, or cheap. The ancient Chinese forerunner showing a woman sitting on menstrual cloth? The jagged left side of the kanji normally designates dog , believe it or not, but here is the simplification of a character meaning clawed beast.

The two-part right-side character means a seedling or offspring , but is used here just for its sound, a very common practice in Japanese. That sound is MYOO - or meow. So a cat is the clawed beast that meows! MYOO comes from Chinese and is used in some Japanese compound words, but Japanese kids first learn their native word for cat, neko.

The word for "Japanese style" is wafu. Let me head off critics by saying yes, Japanese adjectives precede nouns, but that won't work here. Hey, I've got a cat named Prof. Max C. More about cats here. Strangely enough, Japanese children learn the character for "dog" at left, different from the one usually used in compound characters, above in the first grade but are not required to know the one for "cat" until after the sixth grade.

That must have cultural meaning, maybe that cats meant little in Japanese and Chinese society. My father ate in a Taiwan restaurant that cooked puppies; kittens were not on the menu. Pop did not partake. The modern symbol meaning "dog" is very simple and direct, unlike the "clawed beast that meows" for "cat," which lends credence to my hunch that dogs - as meals?

I'm not a vegan for nothing. I'm always interested to know what different cultures call cats and why. Chaupadi The custom of banning women to menstrual huts during menstruation. See 19 photos about this in one of Germany's best newspapers. March See also Would you stop menstruating if you could?

I've learnt from a colleague from Sicily her belief that if a man makes love to a woman having her period, he is 'bewitched' and will be unable to leave her, ever. I've heard also from a friend from Basilicata, another region of Southern Italy, that there, menstrual blood was considered to have magical power and was used to make love filters.

Enter your search terms Submit search form. AF "As I pointed someone to your site to read about all different names for menstruation because she asked what AF stands for, I guess it belongs in your list of words for menstruation. It is the abbreviation for Aunt Flo that some women use on Internet," writes a Dutch frequent contributor to this site. March A friend comes to visit read about a film with this title Are you in need?

April A little ketchup with my steak "I had a boyfriend who lustily referred to it as 'a little ketchup with my steak. Thought you might like a little extra positive terminology for your wonderful site. She entitles her e-mail containing this information "That thing, that thing.

First off, great site! I don't know if you're still collecting data, but I figured I'd email you in case you were. When I was a pre-teen and teen, my dad referred to tampons as 'photons,' which led to us calling pads and tampons in general 'ammunition. Have a great week! They have both been created by me, but are related to historical circumstances: The Battle of Antietam during the Civil War is often considered the most costly single-day battle in terms of life loss on American soil.

Whenever I refer to that time as 'Antietam' and somebody raises an eyebrow in confusion, I get that look on and say 'bloodiest battle of the war. This euphemism arises from when I was studying Greek medical thought in regards to female anatomy. Plato is quoted as remarking: A diagram of these thoughts that I once saw looked like a badger, and I am also unfortunate to get very bad cramps, so sometimes I say that the badger is very angry.

I'm sure a million more things could be said as to why there are so many ways we avoid the issue of a bleeding woman behind so many word screens, but thank you for collecting them. July At war "I'm a college student and my roommate always uses the term 'at war' when she's on her period.

All of the girls on my hall now use the term," writes the contributor. February In September , a male wrote the following: I woke up one morning covered in blood like a war like a warning that I live in a breakable takeable body I don't recall the title and am not near my CD collection at the moment, but if you'd like the reference, just e-mail me back here and I'll look it up.

At 43 years old, my periods have always been irregular, so it is always a surprise when Aunt Fannie comes to visit again, usually after days. Of course, Aunt Flow had to come along. It was a nicer way of saying it. Instead of "I got pms," plus the boys didn't know what the heck we were talkin about! We call pads or tampons ' welcome mats. Oh, I'm from the U. I loved that and use it all the time!

It's quite funny and has a few more euphemisms in it I'd highly recommend it. Also I called it 'inauguration' for a while when I first began my courses, because my friends joked that I'd finally been inaugurated into womanhood. And my husband just calls it 'icky'". She later wrote, "I'm actually from Missouri. The term 'courses' just seems a little more genteel than 'period' or 'menstruation'; a bit more Admittedly, it is a seldom used term, however, a lot of genteel-sounding language is not really used these days.

We always used to laugh at her name and say it sounded like a period. Now it's my family's favorite way to refer to it. I have a great aunt named Sally, who always meant well, but was constantly messing things up. I think that it's a very appropriate name for such a time. By the way, I'm 13 years old," reads the e-mail.

My brother came up with it. He calls it The Axe Wound. I am in my early 30's and as a teen we called it raggin'. April See also a comment under Period. Contributed again in March And we need 'Band-Aids' when it gets here. My girlfriend calls it her 'visitor' or 'being visited,' but you already have that one.

None of the guys have been able to identify what we are talking about, so I guess it is a pretty good nickname for our monthly 'friend. I only started a year ago, so don't worry when you are 12 and you haven't started! So what if all your friends started.

You can go swimming without fretting! It's not that big a deal. I don't remember when exactly it was set, but the terms 'lady days' and 'being a lady' were used, and now I use those terms for my own unpublished writing which takes place mid-century. March Being drafted see I'm gifted Being female see Drainage Being girly see Driving in a red car Being touched by the Goddess see Moon's blood Being unwell the contributor e-mailed September , "When I was a teenager in Queens, New York, in the s, we sometimes referred to having a period menstruating as "being unwell.

December [The] big red monster is in town "I'm a year-old female from northeast Ohio and I'm writing to tell you what some of the terms I use are. Whenever I'm on my period, my fiance always says "The big red monster is in town" and whenever he tries to initiate sex during that time I tell him 'I'm closed for the holidays ' referring to a time when he tried to initiate on a holiday.

We were living in Phoenix, Arizona, at the time; I've since seen a few people pick it up via Internet. My husband, born in Mexico, refers to tampons as 'vampiritos' literally, little vampires, because they suck blood. We both also refer to 'black towel time' because we toss one on the bed to protect the sheets if we want to play. Great site," writes the contributor. August B.

I'm 39, white and in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. December Bleeding like a stuck pig see B. Bleeding the lining of my uterus through my sexual organs. Plus, it sounds like a great justification for copious consumption of chocolate and general grumpiness; after all, it's graphic enough to sound like an injury.

I use this expression in the Pacific Northwest of the U. For cramps, I say ' My uterus hurts. It is particularily effective in clearing a room of men if announced loudly upon entering. For those less-euphemistic among us. The new and rather more graphic description is bloodcannon.

My partner-in-crime objects to this on the philosophical principle that a simple and factual description of things which happen may not be in good taste his example here is "explosive diarrhea" and that no, the hashtag does not make it better. I register his complaint, but after passing golf ball sized blood clots at speed, bloodcannon is still completely accurate. The string on the tampon reminds me of a fuse, and blowing reminds me of a blow-out on a car with all the air leaked out.

We use that term now to refer to the entire period, even if there's no sex involved! July Bullets "I used to call tampons 'bullets' because that's what the non-applicator ones look likewhen they are still wrapped up. So this evolved to saying "I've been shot" when I had my period. I've since stopped using disposable products and using euphemisms in favor of just stating it plainly.

I also view menstruation as a positive thing now. By the way, your Web site is wonderful. Thanks for having it. I loved the list of words and expressions for menstruation - 'BUS' is my favourite and I have decided to appropriate it for myself with a variation: As a youngster I used to say, 'I am on,' now I say period or bleeding. Boring eh? I have BUD from now on. I have often wondered how to describe tampons and pads - I strongly dislike that they are called 'sanitary protection' - like we all need protection from the unsanitary i.

One of the things that really amuses me and my partner is 'panty liners' - we thought that they should be called something like 'blood-catching knicker liners' but that's a bit long. I don't much like 'the rag' - I prefer something that says it exactly how it is. As far as I know it originated from my dirty pervert of a friend who inquired about a girl who took her purse to the bathroom with her.

He asked, 'Why do you need your purse? Do you have BV or something? For instance, the Lakota tribe would not permit a menstrual woman anywhere near warriors or healers. They believed that menstrual blood was so powerful that just the presence of such power would weaken the strength of warriors and interfere with a healer's ability to heal.

The menstrual blood serves to purify, to cleanse, renew, and it prepares the woman for higher spiritual accomplishments. There they celebrated the power of their menstrual blood. SO, at the height of my power, through the ebb and flow of life, giving and life-sustaining blood that flows through me, I isolate myself from the mundane petty distractions and instead focus inward.

Get it? Indeed I do feel more creative, more artistic, more insightful, and with each monthly cycle I become more in tune with my connection to nature, thus accumulating a greater store of spiritual energy. Instead I prefer to view the process in a more positive, healthy attitude: There are also native tribes that would return the sacred life-giving blood back to the earth.

I add here to any who are asking, What? That is sick! NO, NOT sick at all. Fill the remainder of the jar with water then use the solution to water your plants. Be sure to use plain water on other plants for comparing the difference. Whenever asked how I keep my plants so strong and healthy, even in the dead of winter when the house is so dry, I just say,"It's a secret.

Hope I haven't grossed you out. Does that answer the query for you? Need to re-educate, re-evaluate what so many have come to see as a negative, gross, dirty monthly process for women. Think about it: Have a great day! Can't go swimming a Carrie "Refers to a late bloomer. After Steven King's novel ," writes the contributor.

I thought you might be interested in what my friends and I call our 'times of the month. Certain days used in at least one puberty booklet " Sally and Mary and Kate wondered. My friend and I used to call or periods 'Charlie. The Kotex machine [see examples of dispensers ] in our school bathroom was the source of much embarrassment. Peanuts cartoons were very popular in 's - Jennifer.

Now if I send my husband to the store for cheese sticks, he knows what I mean," writes the contributor. September Cherry drink see Moon's blood Cherry topping see Cotton candy Chocolate time "That's what my friend said her grandmother [probably in her seventies or eighties now] always calls it. Needless to say, periods or their accompanying issues and accoutrement were not comfortable topics of discussion.

Not long after I moved in with him, we were at some fancy function, probably a bar mitzvah, and I was wearing some kind of clothing that didn't have pockets deep enough to hide a tampon I still refuse to use a purse, so that option was out of the question. My father kept them for me, and when I needed one, he came up with the phrase, 'Do you need a cigar?

July [The] circus is closed, the monkey has a nosebleed see The monkey has a nosebleed Closed for business the contributor writes, "When I was in high school I used to say that the 'Red Moon is rising. May Closed for maintenance "I have often over the years used the term 'closed for maintenance,' which I don't think I saw; I can't believe that I am the only one in the world to have used it, even though I came up with it on my own," says the contributor November My husband and I call my period ' sluicing.

I'm 47 years into this world and I think your site is a real hoot and informative too. I found it on a link at 'Free will astrology. I couldn't imagine what she was talking about but after a little hushed banter back and forth between us I figured it out. I told her yes and she promptly made it clear in no uncertain terms that I was to 'watch out for the boys' from now on [good advice!

All this as she cut and hung the best homemade noodles I'm sure I will ever eat on my mother's kitchen table, in San Diego, California. I hope you can use it [it's great!! Thanks for the great site. Best Blessings to all. That was because men just had a 'pause' , - comma not a complete stop.

Can't remember who started it, but I'm pretty sure it was a female, and as soon as they hear it, folks of both genders love it and use it with abandon. September Actually, it's almost identical to the Norwegian Kommunister i lysthuset - see the entry under Norway, below - and I wonder if someone did not get it from this site, especially since I believe this is the only American entry containing "communist.

I'm definitely sure of it -- but I've only 'heard' it online, mostly from blogging friends. One who currently lives in California, but has also lived in D. It's an egg! It's a baby! We also use the phrase "crimson tide," but you have that one already. I'm 25, and in Atlanta, Georgia. I always thought that it sounded kind of sweet. She insisted that 'courses,' or occasionally 'monthly courses,' was the only polite way to refer to it, if you had to refer to it at all.

Needless to say, polite people didn't. That whole side of the family is English or Scots, so I'm assuming it's a regional thing. There were a few expressions in use at this time including actually ' terms ' itself. The most common ones were: However, they were unlikely to be used in open conversation where instead women tended to say things like ' those ' or ' nature' that type of thing.

The expressions, then, imply menstruation rather than say it, so if for example she was telling another woman she thought she might be pregnant she might say, ' I haven't had those for a while ' and assume that the other woman knew what she meant. Men tended to be more direct and say terms or courses ' she hasn't had her course ' for example.

They also used the biblical ' custom of women ' so an older woman might be described as no longer having the custom of women, for example. The whole of Chapter One of my book [which appears in September ] Menstruation and the Female Body in Early Modern England is devoted to the language used for menstruation in the early modern era. Cousin Cramps "I noticed you have a few different versions of 'Aunt Flo' but when we have family visit they come with the whole family so for me it is not just 'Aunt Flo' but also 'Uncle Red' and 'Cousin Cramps.

If our period is late we say that his plane was delayed. May Crimson tide see also " Surfing the crimson tide " and " Surfing the crimson wave ," below. Many folks have submitted one of these three variations. January Cup week Writes the e-mailer, " When I was a kid, my best friend always called it her 'unable to swim' because she refused and still does to use tampons.

Also, among many of my friends and myself who all use The Keeper menstural cup, it became 'cup week. I've also heard 'it's time to empty out' and 'it's time to get a refill' referring, I assume, to refilling a birth control prescription. By the way, I live in the Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] area. And many Irish-American women grew up with the term 'the curse' - I think it probably adds to the concept of the burden of womanhood - possbily dating back to Eve - but curse in Irish really means courses and applies to rivers, seasons, and other cyclical events as well.

Also from the same family, "mouse mummies. So sightings of 'mouse mummies' also alerted her. A personal story that I'll never forget happened when I was 13, in the early s. Grades six through nine were in seperate schools called junior high schools. Most of the girls were just starting to menstruate and were embarrassed.

Our gym teacher physical education was a nice lady named Miss Fisher. She made sure there were Kotex machines in all the girls' restrooms. Knowing we were all mortally embarrassed about our new status, she arranged a code with all the teachers. At that time, you didn't just get up and leave class to go to the restroom. The idea was that classes were only 45 minutes long and breaks between them were 10 minutes, so just 'hold it.

Naturally, this statement was made by meekly tiptoeing up to the desk and whispering in the teacher's ear. At mid-year, a teacher resigned and was replaced by a young, good-looking male teacher in his early 20s. Yes, you guessed it. Nobody told him about the code. When one of the girls thank goodness it wasn't me!

He let her go, but begrudgingly! Also, referring to another page in the site, here's an explanation of the word 'Hoosier' that appeared on the sanitary belt box. They would say, 'Who's your state? Love your site! When I left the bathroom my husband went in to urinate and started yelling 'Dead rat, dead rat. March [ The] devil's work see Devil days Diaper "Stumbled onto that site by accident I was surprised NOT to see diapers and plugs on the list Sex on day one - ok, day four - ok, day two or three Was also profoundly grateful that I wasn't around to experience the contraption you described as a rubber apron with a pad holder attached.

Female, Baltimore, MD " February Diaper up, Diapering up "My daughter and I use the phrase 'Diaper up' or 'Diapering up' for when we have to use two pads because the flow is so heavy. So when we need to change our pads, we say 'I've got to edit my document. I'm a student midwife, and I think I'll share a link to your site with my preceptors and fellow students.

I'm not sure it fits in your list of names for menstruation, but I figure it's close enough. This comes from Dragontime: Magic and Mystery of Menstruation, a book by Luisa Francia. Witching Time: Many witches believe very strongly in the power of menstrual blood and use it for their magical workings. Moon cycle: This term gives acknowledgement to the similarity of the lunar cycle to a woman's menstrual cycle.

I am 18 from Seattle and proud of bleeding although I hate the accompanying pain or emotional discomfort. Thank you for this informative site! I learned more about myself and gathered more information and appreciation for other women. June Drippy faucet see Waterfalls Driving in a red car " Me and my friend started a saying that, although may not be popular, is at least used by us.

It's 'Driving in a red car. Also, me and my dad and step-mom refer to pads as French bread. We say this because I needed pads and while we were at the store my step-mom bought some French bread too. We had an amusing conversation about not mixing the two up such puns as 'getting a yeast infection' arose. So, his pet name for my menses is ' dropping an egg. I'm not comfortable with sexual activities for the first couple of days, so Hubby asks if it's ' tool time ' yet to make sure where I am in the ' egg dropping ' process!

After inspecting theses newly discovered devices, they promptly decided to play 'WAR! My husband says they commando-crawled around on their bellies, ripped the paper from the tubes, 'lit' the fuses and lobbed them at each other like sticks of dymanite! When his mom arrived home to find her sons rolling around their front yard littered with tampons, the crap really hit the fan.

Because of this wonderful story, I call tampons 'dynamite,' and the code for my period around here is, 'I'm packin' dynamite! I always tell my husband that 'the Eagle has landed' when I get my period [that's what the first person on the moon radioed back upon landing there].

And I used to use either 'mouse mattresses' or 'cotton ponies' - pads. January Earning your red wings "I have three.

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