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I'm going to store one under my seat for emergencies....

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If you put it in your wallet for a long time it will leave an outline.
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I tried to always have a feminine "pad" (in its bag) w/ me on my hunting trips in case of a large wound. Never needed it, thank God!

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I tried to always have a feminine "pad" (in its bag) w/ me on my hunting trips in case of a large wound. Never needed it, thank God!
I try not to hunt with anyone who I think may shoot someone.
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I could probably come up with 50 other things that could rival all of those uses, but I shan't use my time to compete with a tampon.
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Good safety plug!

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I try not to hunt with anyone who I think may shoot someone.
My thoughts were more like first-aid for a knife or ax injury....

I figure you need a LOT more than one 'pad' for a gunshot wound, particularly one from what we were using (grizzly bear country...).

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The little bullet shaped tapons work for gunshot wounds.
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Some people don't realize that back in the late 1970's there ws a super absorbant tampon type product pulled from the shelves since it was too effeicient and could caluse toxic shock sysndrome from people not changeing them enough. The end use for discarded product was to drain swimming pools. Just joking.

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Don't say anything but I have used them to smoke pot, crack, and meth in a pinch! LOL ssssssshhhhhhh! Don't tell anybody!





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I hope they were nice fresh ones.
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I hope they were nice fresh ones.
HOW would you get any "flavor"...?


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