what comes out of you is worse than garbage

Lease lace nitary tems side co tainer ba, a reader-submitted photograph from Vermont by Jacinta Bunnell.

Josh writes …

"When I was 17 I worked for a movie theater in Rawlins, WY. My boss there, who lived in the theater and was a bit of a dick, took me aside during a lull in the matinee shift and suggested that I paint the sanitary napkin holders. My 17yo self had no idea what the hell that was, and he came back down from the projection booth to discover that I’d painted every single napkin holder in the building bright red."

In my hotel room (which seems to be stuck in 1982), via @yellowbird73
Sorry about the weak photo but it was difficult to get because it’s an all-white thing. It says “Hygienic (R) Bag.” It’s unclear if they managed to register the word “Hygienic” without the word “Bag.” Found it at The Raven Hotel in the village of Hook, Hampshire, England. —Submitted by Rami Tabello

It's Your Business. Keep it Private.

(Source: cheka)

“I thought of my notes, torn into teeny, tiny pieces and shoved into a sanitary napkin disposal bag. I wanted to kick myself, until I remembered the pressure of Tortoise’s Glock against my ribs and imagined what might have happened had Tortoise found my notes when they searched our room. I turned the netbook back on and located more paper and another sanitary napkin disposal bag.”

—   4 Gigs of Trouble, by Stella Baker (CreateSpace, 2011)
Sanitary Napkin Disposal Unit Installed in a Washroom with Toilet of Modern Railway Station

Sanitary Napkin Disposal Unit Installed in a Washroom with Toilet of Modern Railway Station

The only problem that I had with this order was the qty.
In the description, it stated that a case weighs 3 lbs and has 500 bags.
The product is not being sold as a case and I did understand that.
This item does not state the qty, but it does state that it weighs 2 lbs.

So, I was expecting more than 100 bags.

Other than the qty, I was pleased with the bags and they are exactly what we needed to put in the public restroom.

—   Review of “HOSPECO Necessities Courtesy Bags, Napkin Disposal Bags,” on Amazon.com.
Sanitary Napkin Disposal Unit Installed in Ladies Toilet of School / College / Hostel

Sanitary Napkin Disposal Unit Installed in Ladies Toilet of School / College / Hostel

“These bags can not only be used for sanitary products for women, but as any discreet disposal that you shouldn’t flush. It is polite because you have given your guest a solution for possibly a unexpected need.”

—   Review of “HOSPECO Necessities Courtesy Bags, Napkin Disposal Bags,” on Amazon.com