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April 22, 2010


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ha ha. My eldest son's favorite pastime in our doctor's surgery is going through all the leaflets and asking me to read them to him. Usually i have an audience of at least 4 more waiting adults. I have to say i have to be fairly inventive when he hands me leaflets about STDs....

Susan Mann

Oh no, how embarrassing. Thankfully I haven't had that problem YET!!


ha ha ha, did it come with illustrations?

Rosie Scribble

*goes off to retrieve it from the bin* !!

Rosie Scribble

I feel a little better now. It could have been so much worse!!

Rosie Scribble

All in good time!!


Thanks for making me laugh, hilarious! That is also a new method on me, am intrigued *wonders if googling contraceptive vaginal ring is a good idea*

Rosie Scribble

Probably best not too, Julia. Who knows where you'll end up! I'm sure she thought the pink leaflet meant there was a lovely princess story inside!!

Muddling Along Mummy

I have never heard of that as a method of contraception... Think may leave googling it until I'm home though

1 Husband, 2 Kids

that made me roar with laughter. When Daughter was tiny and going for all her checks and injections, Son would insist on me reading out leaflets, pausing only to go off and find even more embarassing ones and demand an even louder recital. Thank God you got off lightly, wouldn't have wanted to explain that one.


See? SEE???

This is why I do NOT do pink.


Rosie Scribble

Jay, we are embracing all things BLUE from now on!

Rosie Scribble

I have decided to remain oblivious. I haven't even open the leaflet for fear of what I may find!

Rosie Scribble

I suppose it could have been worse in my case. Thankfully our next appointment is not until December. Next time I will take appropriate reading material with me!


Well at least she's considering the matter early.

Metropolitan Mum

Oops. Where did my comment go? Anyway, those rings are not to be trusted. My best friend got pregnant using one.

Foodie Mummy

Oops, at least she didn't get you to read it. Marie is at the stage where she tries to read everything herself, out loud. Also makes for quite embarassing moments! X


he he he!!! good job you didn't have to read it :D xx

mummy mania

Possibly your face was pretty in pink at the time! Hilarious.

Metropolitan Mum

Your last comment ended in spam (?!?!?!?!???); but don't despair, I have rescued it :)

Rosie Scribble

Spam? What, again? Thanks for rescuing it ;)

Rosie Scribble

Really? The rest of us don't seem to know what one is. Maybe I'm just speaking for myself!!

Rosie Scribble

Oh blimey, what a frightening thought!!


OK so I'm 35 and I've never heard of this one either....

Did you take it home and scan the flyer? People will have thought you just quite fancied the look of one...

Beth Ev

Oh, that's brilliant..

It's certainly eye catching. ;)


It could have been worse, really?

Rosie Scribble

Now *that* would have made matters a lot worse!!

Rosie Scribble

More like a shade of deep red to be honest. Aren't children just great!!

Rosie Scribble

Scibblingmum, no-one noticed me discreetly hide it in my bag. It was either that or walk into the audiology appointment holding it in my hand!

Rosie Scribble

Beth Ev, the problem was that is was TOO eye-catching!

Rosie Scribble

Erica, you should have seen the range of other possible leaflets she could have chosen, full of all sorts of complaints I'm happy not to be associated with!

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