Anyone know the words to the Tampax Factory song?

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  1. Can anyone remember any other verses of this disgustingly brilliant song i heard about 15 years ago? all i can remember is:

    "you can tell, by the smell, that she isn't very well,
    when the end of the month comes around.
    you can tell, by the smell, that she isn't very well,
    when the end of the month comes around.

    (chorus)
    we're the boys who work in the tampax factory,
    shout your orders loud and clear (loud and clear!)
    we've got thin ones fat ones, sannys big and small.
    we've got a sanny, to fit your fanny,
    when the end of the month comes around!

    you can tell when its red, that it's time to f*ck her head
    when the end of the month comes around"
    etc etc

    anybody help me out with any more of the verses? there were tons. made up ones welcome too!
     
  2. You can tell by the taste that it isnt salmon paste, when the time of the month comes around etc,

    You can tell that shes blobbin cause shes losing heamaglobin, when the time of the month comes around etc,

    Boney
     
  3. :D:D:D cheers
     
  4. You can tell by her moaning that she's loosing haemaglobin when the end of the month comes round
    singing whooa-oooo-oooo .....
    Small, medium, large, super dooper,. fil-a-barge
    ..........
    You can tell by the flies at the tops of her thighs when the end of the month comes round
    ....

    You can tell by the string that she's got the bugger in when the end of the month comes round
    .....

    You can tell by the blisters that you've got to shag her sisters when the end of the month comes round
    ....

    You can tell by the frown that you'll have to pot the brown when the end of the month comes round



    I may have heard it once or twice........... :roll: :roll:
     
  5. blisters?!?!? :?
     
  6. Yeah I never understood that one either.... but it fits....
     
  7. Slightly different chorus...

    Oooo ohh ohh ohhh Tampax factory,
    Shout your orders loud and clear (loud and clear!)
    We've got small, medium, large,
    Super dooper, fill a barge,
    When the end of the month comes around!

    You can tell by the stench that she's got a sceptic trench...
     
  8. You can tell by the rope that you haven't got a hope......

    You can tell she's in pain when she's walking like JohnWayne....

    You can tell by the sludge that it isn't Cadburys fudge......

    The Hockey girls had an adapted version which they sang back at us. :)
    Can't rmember any of it though. :(
     
  9. Never heard the whole thing, but ..... came across a site dedicated to Hash House Harriers, a club for people (formed Singapore 1930s?) who ran around the countryside then got drunk and sang lewd songs. The site had many songs but then went members-only as the content (eskimo nell, Abdul abulbul Emir, & many many others) was very over 18. The running around bit frightened me so I never joined.

    For web searches (and from HHH song-book) their version might have originated from Oz or Spamland and was about the 'Kotex' industry.

    Good hunting. Old Sweats from my TA unit recall an encounter with reg RA/RHA (Hildesheim 1970s?) where potential trouble was defused when a sing-song was provoked. The resulting display by the Regs was described as 'a privilege to witness' even by our long-serving ex-regs.

    Ever willing to set someone else up for some work, can I suggest the Arrsepedia might ....... ?.
     
  10. What a brilliant thread......even my missus is pis*ing herself laughing here!

    Now this is the sort of thread the NAAFI has been devoid of for months!

    Thank You for restoring my faith!

    Funny as fack!
     
  11. My sides are hurting.
     
  12. You can tell by the blob on the end of your kn0b

    You can tell when its thick on the end of your d!ck

    You can tell by the gloop that you'll have to use the hoop

    You can tell when it lingers on the tips of your fingers

    You can tell by the stain and the fact she's not in pain
     
  13. You can tell by the rash that's covering her gash
     
  14. You can tell by the tinge that you'd best avoid the minge

    If she's got a red muff you won't get her up the duff