Pantyliners… I pose a question.

In the building I live in, there’s a community exchange area for re-usable items you don’t want anymore. Think of it as a permanent garage sale where everything is free. I often pick up books, magazines and the odd piece of clothing. AND I leave stuff all the time, it’s a really handy system.

Last night as I was packing and cleaning up the bathroom, I found a brand new box of unbleached panytliners that I’ve never used. The box is open because I didn’t realise I accidentally bought the butt-floss version (I’m a fan of full-on cotton underwear that covers both cheeks) until it was too late.

Truthfully, I didn’t even know there were different cuts for different types of underwear – especially this brand of unbleached liners. But of course it makes sense, I am a loser. LOL

Anyhow, so I decided to put the box in the communal exchange area.

Is this gross? It’s not like used lotion is it? It’s the current household debate… pantyliner giveaway, gross or not?

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5 Responses to “Pantyliners… I pose a question.”

  1. MrHappy says:

    To turn this around and put it in guy-terms: would I pick up an un-opened box of condoms from the communal area of an apartment building? Hell no.

    Gross is not putting them out, gross is picking them up and taking them home for use, state bedamned.

  2. Anonymous says:

    when I left my old apartment a couple of months ago, i left a bunch of stuff too. dishes, blank tapes, silverware things like that. I also left some unused, uh, profalactics. they were too small. Not bragging or anything. Seriously, they were like, hobbit rubbers. (i think they were part of some media-kit from my old job.) so do i get the same grace? not gross on my part to put out, but a full on gross-out alert on the (wee) weirdo who uses them?

    i guess i just thought it would be funny to give away condoms with those old books.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i’m not sure how to spell profalactics (prophylactics? prophalactics?) btw.

  4. /pd says:

    Yeah I agree w/mrhappy. It would be gross to pick it up and then use it. I understand your act of kindness, but in goodfaith its better to throw em in the dustbin !!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hey Pantyliners, post something new would ya!!?!?