The Vampire Fad Has Finally Reached Its Peak [Pic]

Submitted by: freakyppl 6 years ago in Weird

Reusable? Really?
There are 83 comments:
Female 1
Thats just nasty. but i guess girls buy them.
Aparently they are sold out now worst part....there are more....
http://www.etsy.com/ people/Mimisdreams?ref=ls_profile
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Male 371
I am not comfortable with ANYTHING that ANYONE has written ANYWHERE in this post.
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Female 2,525
"GIRLS, WTF!? That was way, way too much information. I can`t imagine touching a woman for some time now, expect threatening letters from my girlfriend."

Fine by me. If you`re grossed out by menstruation you shouldn`t be touching women anyway. It`s like I tell the men in my life, if you`re not comfortable with what goes on in my vagina, I don`t want you in there.

Also, thanks tainteddeity. :)
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Female 337
Oh for fudge sake, i like vamps n all but this has gone too far. I`m sure they had a sponge bob one, or some other cartoon.
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Male 1,164
Damnit. I had a witty comment to share and after reading everyone else`s, mine shrunk into pbscurity so that I could not remember and post it.

I think it had something to do with Barney.
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Female 595
Yeah, I use The Keeper and it`s one of my best investments. Totally comfortable, easy to use, and I don`t have to think about all those nasty tampons and rolled up pads in the landfills.
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Female 362
@han5nah: My Diva cup has only spilled once, and that`s only because my periods are about four times heavier than the average woman and I was forced to go six hours on my worst day without going to the bathroom. Even then, though, there was barely any leakage.
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Female 362
Ok, to everybody freaking out about the idea of reusable pads:

1. They save a lot of money in the long run, buying a half-dozen now is hundreds of dollars cheaper than buying hundreds for the next couple of years.

2. They are better for the environment. Disposable pads, just like diapers, end up sitting in landfills and don`t break down, adding to the lovely problems we already have.

3. They are FAR more comfortable than disposable pads. Think, would you rather sit on cloth or plastic all day? Hmm? They also soak up more moisture so you don`t feel all nasty and sticky.

Admittedly, a cup is better than reusable pads for all of these, but if it`s between these and disposables, reusable is the way to go.
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Male 2,419
"enough loot"?
did you meet on WoW or something?
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Male 5,626
"Babe, we have enough loot. There are some things you simply do not need to save money on."

Translation:
"Holy F*ck!!! Why would you try to save money on THAT??!! I`ll PAY you to change every half-hour!!!"
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Male 1,360
there will be blood.
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Female 136
that`s so nasty. :|
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Female 211
I guess it`s like reuseable diapers. Makes sense economically.
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Female 1,101
Oh man! I need me a Diva Cup!!!
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Female 77
What happened to tampons?
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Male 848
zombunny, you just keep on getting cooler.
Go you!
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Male 1,067
Well they made Robert Pattinson ones didn`t they?
If I was a girl, I wouldn`t want that limey drater anywhere near my lady parts.
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Male 184
GIRLS, WTF!? That was way, way too much information. I can`t imagine touching a woman for some time now, expect threatening letters from my girlfriend.
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Male 2,402
Oh this is soooo way too much information.
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Female 2,525
"I`ll agree that reusable pads are easier on the environment and wallet...but on your health? I doubt you`re removing ALL the bacteria and mess with each wash, and you`re just placing that back in an area vulnerable to infection. I could be wrong, but it just doesn`t sound like a good idea..."

Do you throw away your underwear every time you wear it? This is no different. It`s better for your health because most reusable pads are bleached all to hell and those chemicals don`t belong in your body.

"@Dixxy I head the diva cup can spill REALLY easily. And i know myself quite well; It would spill up in me. And that does NOT sound fun."

The Diva Cup only leaks if you`re not using it properly. Sometimes first time users take a while to get the hang of it, so that`s probably where you hear the complaints. Personally I`ve never had an issue with it. I`ve had one for about a year and I will never go back to anything else.
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Female 735
@Dixxy I head the diva cup can spill REALLY easily. And i know myself quite well; It would spill up in me. And that does NOT sound fun.
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Male 25,416
Thats just wrong!
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Female 1,798
@ Fojos:

touche.
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Male 2,419
@Fojos
plus any bacteria coming out was already inside you lol
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Male 287
"I`ll agree that reusable pads are easier on the environment and wallet...but on your health? I doubt you`re removing ALL the bacteria and mess with each wash, and you`re just placing that back in an area vulnerable to infection. I could be wrong, but it just doesn`t sound like a good idea..."

And you think your underwear is completely clean after washing them? You do realise there`s less bacteria in your blood than on the outside of your body, right? Do you realise how much bacteria you spread just by taking on your underwear? Seriously, think people, think.
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Female 2,674
Ladies, forget this pad thing. Nobody wants to re-wear a nastyass diaper. But seriously, try the Diva Cup. It`s the best thing that ever happened to me and my vagina (well... that`s not true). Great for a stocking stuffer! Hehe, stuffer.

It`s for your vag!

So this is what a spammer feels like.
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Male 141
Brb puke-time
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Female 1,798
@ zombunny:

I`ll agree that reusable pads are easier on the environment and wallet...but on your health? I doubt you`re removing ALL the bacteria and mess with each wash, and you`re just placing that back in an area vulnerable to infection. I could be wrong, but it just doesn`t sound like a good idea...
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Female 2,525
"but on a side note, reusable pads *do* exist, sadly. i suppose they`re just like cloth nappies... UNNESSACERY NOW THAT WE HAVE MUCH MORE ADVANCED SANITATION PRODUCTS."

Actually, the benefits of reusable pads far outweigh those of disposables. They`re better for the environment, your health, and your wallet.
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Male 705
There`s only 1 in stock. I cannot believe how popular they are.
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Female 688
i think im gonna throw up.

but on a side note, reusable pads *do* exist, sadly. i suppose they`re just like cloth nappies... UNNESSACERY NOW THAT WE HAVE MUCH MORE ADVANCED SANITATION PRODUCTS.
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Male 2,552
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!

>CHICOMIMI
Huge, huh?
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Female 236
Jimbro: yeah they are cloth so they get rinsed out and then washed in the washing machine like a cloth baby diaper. (google for the win lol)

That pad is very disturbing.
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Female 98
Vampires and Afterbirth. Worst...fanfic title...ever...
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Male 183
um...REUSABLE?!?!?!?!?
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Male 10,855
Why do they even have these products?
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Female 854
16 inches? My couldn`t help but wander over to the ruler...lol
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Female 327
AAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is freakin` hilarious!
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Female 1,435
why did they make these? its gross! and now they have pictures on them. even worse! whats wrong with ppl!! and where can i buy one?? <_<
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Female 162
I feel sorry for anyone who had a legitimate vampire fetish before this whole twilight mania started. Now it will be hard for them to find anyone who shares their interest without a million twilight fans to get through.
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Male 1,834
wow a whopping 16 inches !
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Female 164
Seriously?! LOL
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Female 2,927
AW GOD GROSS!!!
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Male 1,292
oh god, i was eating..
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Female 265
Rainbowfarts, people generally rinse them or at least have them in ziplock bags. It`s not like they`re walking around spilling menstrual fluids all over their stuffs.

Anyways, the environmental factor is not the only thing. Pads and tampons are incredibly irritating because of the bleached cotton to some ladies. Also, traditional tampons can contribute to menstrual cramps and the cup doesn`t.

I just think it`d be awkward to have some weird vampire picture around my lady things. No thanks...
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Female 798
"This is interesting... but I think if I go enviornmental I am buying a vagina cup!"

I just found out about that cup thing, sounds disgusting and I knew this girl that used reusable products and basically walked around all day with old bloodied things in her bookbag. I think I will continue to destroy the environment thank you.
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Female 282
Ugh, I hate pads, anyone who says otherwise must just like having to clean dried blood off their crotch at the end of the day.

Give me an environment destroy tampon any day.
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Female 1,101
This is interesting... but I think if I go enviornmental I am buying a vagina cup!
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Female 1
that is hilariously disgusting
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Male 96
i just threw up a little in my mouth
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Male 363
*ahem*

Don`t.

EVER!

Do that again.

That is all.
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Female 206
UGHHHHHHHH WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Female 1,893
oh etsy.com
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Male 373
"heaviest overnight flows"
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Female 2,674
Diva Cup (just like the Keeper) all the way. It`s easy to use, reusable, good for the earth and you never have to buy tamps AGAIN. Damn the man! Fight the system!
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Female 50
ewwww reuseable
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Female 1,203
Wow...that is the best place for a vampire. TONS of free blood! )that is they they don`t mind the smell)
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Male 495
...Oh I get it, cause its blood. And vampires drink blood.
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Female 98
reusable menstrual products are better for your body and the enviroment. sea sponges are a great replacement for tampons actually.
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Male 5
well you know it sucks...AMIRITE ooo yeah self high five
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Male 795
/barf
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Male 39,902
gonna have a hot cuppa panty tea tonight!
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Male 621
Please, I`m eating :S
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Female 2,120
Well, I guess I`d like a reuseable pad too, but no vampires, plz.
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Male 590
kind of makes sense though
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Female 595
Guys, get over it. I`ve used cloth pads/The Keeper (look it up fellas ;) )for over 10 years and they are fine. And cloth diapers are still in. :)
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Male 15,510
We just need the Twilight version of it
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Female 152
I think Id rather have a few reusaable/washable pads or something instead of wasting plastic and cotton pads and polluting our planet...although id highly prefer it not to be this.
/treehugger mode
But I use tampons, and I don`t think reusable tampons exist lol.
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Male 255
Reusable, just like cloth diapers way back when.
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Male 1,625
EEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
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Male 7,830
dont they have ones with the guy from twilight on them?
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Male 1,116
Goddammit IAB, I was eating.
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Male 642
ruthless1990 , did you have a baby yet? ask yer mom
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Female 99
"it took me a while to realise what it was, then i was like eww, who doesn`t use tampons?"

It`s for post pregnancy i assume and women aren`t supposed to wear tampons or *insert* anything at all down there for 6 weeks(ish) after the birth .

It`s still creepy as hell tho o.0
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Female 1,356
they have reusable pads?
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Male 769
I know I`m looking too much in to this, but what was it originally made out of? I don`t mean fabric, it`s just the design looks like some kind of Halloween thing - with the pumpkins and skeleton, I mean.

Also - why a cummerbund?!
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Male 2,395
..It`s also the only way you can get a vampire in your pants, ladies.
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Female 254
At least his mouth isn`t wide open.
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Female 3,001
it took me a while to realise what it was, then i was like eww, who doesn`t use tampons?
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Male 269
wtf menstrual goddess oO who thought of that name?
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Male 2,402
You need the Werewolf version to complement the Twilight sagas.
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Male 2,441
Hah grossss
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Female 395
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