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    Maybe, just maybe, when you were in year 8 someone sitting opposite you at recess asked why you had white bits on your black knickers in front of the guy you were crushing on and you never got over it?

    Yeah, dunno really...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Maybe, just maybe, when you were in year 8 someone sitting opposite you at recess asked why you had white bits on your black knickers in front of the guy you were crushing on and you never got over it?

    Yeah, dunno really...
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    I used to wear those black sports style wear-over-the-top-of-your-undies pants to keep my wings stealth

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    I always get wings but I was thinking the same thing - if you happened to be wearing a skirt & someone happened to get a look by accident you wouldn't want them seeing the wings, right?

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    I hate pads in general but will always buy without wings if I do buy them. For some reason I get little reactions from the plastic wing bits plus I find it annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    The wings can unstick, and do a bit of impromptu depilliation.. Ouch!
    So...so....so true.

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    Don't the pads move without wings? I'm intrigued now.

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    I love my wings. I use the maternity libra ones.

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    I don't feel protected unless I have wings

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    I hate the ones with wings. They never stick properly and can stick to my inner thighs, which gives me a rash.

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    I think my choice in brand/type of pads is mostly influenced by the print/colours of the packaging and what mood I'm in at the time.

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