There's something fishy about the whole story.
Have a like for eukaryotic. A new word. Now all I have to do is figure out how to pronounce it; Ancient Greek root?Genius, a gazillions time more coverage for the vag cream.
I thought fem fresh was a PV yogurt application for the slightly more eukaryotic lady
And not a camel toe in sight
<Pedant hat on>Have a like for eukaryotic. A new word. Now all I have to do is figure out how to pronounce it; Ancient Greek root?
Every day on Arrse...
I love terminological exactitude. Pedant away, mucker. Everyday on Arrse...<Pedant hat on>
Yew carry ott ik.
All women are, and all life is, eukaryotic (except bacteria and archaea).
If he meant a case of the fungal itchyfanny that would be mycosis.
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Femfresh used to sponsor a Ginetta in the Modsports formula during the '70s, predictably driven by a girl. She was quite good.It's come a long way. Femfresh used to be a deodorant for whiffy biffs.
Smack the Pony raised this issue a while back.So an advert for a bikini line shaving product has been banned because it tended to concentrate on the bikini line area rather than, er, the woman's face??? The quote from the BBC article is: "the ASA noted that the dance sequence was "highly sexualised", there were "few shots" of the women's faces and the high-cut swimsuits "were more exposing" than most." Hello??? What are we advertising here?
Its like banning a Gillette G2 advert for showing a bloke's face rather than his cock!
'Over-sexualised' Femfresh shaving advert banned - BBC News