That Not-So-Fresh Feeling
If you have a feminine odor problem, you can purchase this gray hooded sweatshirt here.
Remind me to never rock a gray hoody. I don't want people to think I have that "not-so-fresh" feeling.
Seriously, have you ever noticed that? I swear, it's the same in every commercial for a.) yeast infection medication, b.) douche, or c.) um, "feminine wash." The girl with the itch and/or odor problem is slumped miserably in a gray hooded sweatshirt, looking like her dog just died. All around her, stylishly dressed women laugh confidently together, as if to say, "My nether regions smell like flowers!" Meanwhile, poor isolated Gray Hoody Girl is all, "Mine stinks." *sad face*
I mean, maybe if she'd take off that hoody and smile, nobody would notice the smell. Or they'd at least think it was, you know, her breath.
I was inspired to write this blog by a commercial for Vagisil Feminine Wash, wherein Gray Hoody Girl actually says, "I found out the hard way: all washes do not prevent feminine odor."
She found out ... the hard way?
So many possible scenarios with this one. Sooooo many scenarios. Involving boyfriends, best friends, random people on the street ("What is that smell?"). In the commercial, a group of women is eyeing her suspiciously. And I don't think it's because they're jealous of that stylin' gray hoody.
Exactly how one finds out "the hard way" that her va-jay-jay is rotten, I'm not sure - I suppose that's best left up to imagination. (Unless you actually know from experience, in which case, bless you and those around you.) But one thing I do know: that's gotta be some stank, right there.
A word to the gray-hoodied sistas - if you've got something happening "south of the border" that a good scrubbing-up won't fix? You might wanna get that checked out. 'Cause it's gonna take a whole lot more than perfumed soap.
Don't forget to check out the latest giveaway here! It's for the kiddos (unlike this blog post. Heh).