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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
id have thought about 10-11 years old you should be having a talk with a girl
#2
erm....much F word in the OP... :whistling:
#3
My daughters 9 and has already had the talk at school, saved me a job. Never knew nothing about it till she came home heaving. We told her that her mother had an immaculate conception
#4
lulz @ the change to "cheeky chappies"..

:lol:
banned#5
Periods? Ewwww!
#6
My daughter is 6.5yrs and we've had the chat about periods - caught her opening every wrapper on a new box of tampons lol and she said she thought at first they were sweets so I thought I may as well explain.
banned#7
Blimey, i think I need it explaining to me!
#8
I have 3 boys and explained periods to them. They werent amused but they know the basics now.
#9
Does anyone on here remember that horror movie Carrie? Well at the beginning she is having a shower and she starts having her period. I was about 9/10 and my ................am lmao at this..............my mother called me into the living room and I was surprised to see it was empty considering I have 2 brothers/1 sister.

Anyway she is acting all robotic and nervous and put on this horror Carrie. I assumed we were having some rare mother/daughter time and quite happy at that......................until she got up and paused it at that shower scene looooooooooooooool

She said "do u know whats happening to Carrie" and I just froze:w00t: she kept looking up at the ceiling with her face as red as, well a period, telling me that something will be happening to me soon

It was probably one of the MOST embarrassing moments of my entire life
#10
Hey SS. Should they not get that talk at middle school anyway? Sure I got it when I was 9 / 10.
#11
bossyboots
Does anyone on here remember that horror movie Carrie? Well at the beginning she is having a shower and she starts having her period. I was about 9/10 and my ................am lmao at this..............my mother called me into the living room and I was surprised to see it was empty considering I have 2 brothers/1 sister.

Anyway she is acting all robotic and nervous and put on this horror Carrie. I assumed we were having some rare mother/daughter time and quite happy at that......................until she got up and paused it at that shower scene looooooooooooooool

She said "do u know whats happening to Carrie" and I just froze:w00t: she kept looking up at the ceiling with her face as red as, well a period, telling me that something will be happening to me soon

It was probably one of the MOST embarrassing moments of my entire life


OMFG :oops: I would have died with embarrassment

I dont remember my mum telling me although she probably did - I remember having the talk at school, all the boys giggling and the teacher saying it was nothing to worry about, just a small teaspoons worth every month and that was that :?
#12
OP my mum and dad were the same as yours never spoke about sex, periods nowt

learnt everything in the 'playground' and whatever crappy way the school tried to tell it thin we watched a video nice

i will be making sure im open to my daughter and any other children i may have so they may come to me whenever, summit i never had with my parents, and still dont now really
#13
dcx_badass
We were split into boys and girls.


Did the boys get told about periods too?
#14
My mum never told me about periods, she was born in the early 30's and it wasnt the done thing! I just remember finding a packet of towels in my bottom drawer about a month before I started. When I did start, I remember getiing them out all excited, only to find they were the ones with the loop.....mum had forgot to buy a belt so I had to go to school with ribbon tied round my waist to hold it in place.
Showing my age now :)
#15
bitseylango
My mum never told me about periods, she was born in the early 30's and it wasnt the done thing! I just remember finding a packet of towels in my bottom drawer about a month before I started. When I did start, I remember getiing them out all excited, only to find they were the ones with the loop.....mum had forgot to buy a belt so I had to go to school with ribbon tied round my waist to hold it in place.
Showing my age now :)


:|

W.....T......F

:?
#16
ilovepink
:|

W.....T......F

:?


like I said.......showing my age :-D they didnt used to have a sticky strip :oops:
banned#17
terrible thread lolz....

Sorry I can't help!
#18
starsparkle2311
COOKIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How's the flat going? You enjoying freedom? You got connected to the net now? OBVO yeh!! Woohoo

Guess I missed the housewarming eh?LOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL


Yeh my girl's in middle school, she's had the talk, albeit the catholic way,loooooooooooool

I guess my point is how do parents back it up?

All kids are educated, but it's how parents deal with it when it happens, that is my point!!! lol


I'm not in the flat anymore, moved up in the world to a house :-D Not had the house warming yet so still time! :w00t:
#19
bitseylango
like I said.......showing my age :-D they didnt used to have a sticky strip :oops:


did they have tampons then, i dread to think what they looked like ha ha
#20
ilovepink
did they have tampons then, i dread to think what they looked like ha ha


yes they did...........but ginormous :-D :-D ( wasnt allowed those though)
#21
bitseylango
My mum never told me about periods, she was born in the early 30's and it wasnt the done thing! I just remember finding a packet of towels in my bottom drawer about a month before I started. When I did start, I remember getiing them out all excited, only to find they were the ones with the loop.....mum had forgot to buy a belt so I had to go to school with ribbon tied round my waist to hold it in place.
Showing my age now :)


OMG Bitsey - thats what my mum gave me too. My sister and I called it "the hammock" :w00t:

Dr White has a lot to answer for!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#22
I read somewhere their periods attract bears. Bears can smell the menstruation.
#23
hi starsparkle, i had similar parents to yours, learnt it all the hard way via crappy made up stories otther kids told me. At about the age of 7 my daughter started wanting explanations and i gave them to her, nothing has come as a surprise and she is well informed as to what is true and not, I always try to be honest with her imaterial to what she asks. I also made the day she started her period special, I think thats really important, but maybe thats just me:)
#24
I started at the age of 11 and my mum didn't tell me about periods plus I led a sheltered life so didn't hear any of the other girls talking about it!

The day it started, I thought I was dying!! I sat through all my morning lessons then went home, told my mum and she threw a packet of Dr White's at me and that was my introduction to periods!! Didn't have the belt and they didn't have leak proof backings either!!! :oops:
banned#25
starsparkle2311
Exactly, you couldn't help yourself could you,lol:p

Hi Vibe


This thread is like the first sex education class in like year 5 or whatever it was - major lolz and major cringe!


Hi!
#26
this thread is making me LOL!
I have a 9 year old, we haven't specifically done the 'period' talk yet, although she does know where babies come from (she asked me THAT question in the middle of Asda ffs!). She also has books which I'm sure shes read.
Shes not embarrassed to ask me things so I'm waiting for her to come to me - I don't want to do the embarrassing 'carrie' talk someone mentioned lol (thats the sort of thing my mum did!)
I was 14 when I started so I'm hoping shes got a few more years yet before it all kicks off, poor lass!
#27
cliffs?

pics?


:p
#28
fern37
I started at the age of 11 and my mum didn't tell me about periods plus I led a sheltered life so didn't hear any of the other girls talking about it!

The day it started, I thought I was dying!! I sat through all my morning lessons then went home, told my mum and she threw a packet of Dr White's at me and that was my introduction to periods!! Didn't have the belt and they didn't have leak proof backings either!!! :oops:


Oh I remember those days of never knowing if you'd leaked and had a big stain on the back of your skirt:oops:

Talking of the ones with loops, one of my ex's told me when he was young he'd found his mums and asked what they were, she told him they were chin straps and he happily played all day with one looped over each ear :-D
banned#29
starsparkle2311
This is HUKD, MISC, haven't you got something better to do with your life than post in here?

I cringe for you, but thanks for posting in my thread, I love you for that:p, unfortunately I haven't repped you, sad times eh?

Come back when the circle of rep is strong, you have much to learn little one;-)


wow strong hate...

I was just joking but ok (Y)
#30
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banned#31
starsparkle2311
Aww thanks for justifying your post, no hate btw, I have no emotion to HUKD, you do tho' it seems:w00t:', bwahahahahaha

You're still not getting any rep:)

Try harder next time:thumbsup:


Seriously what is your problem? I was just messing around, and I wasn't justifying anything - I'm just genuinely interested in where this sudden blast of hate has come from. I wasn't aware you had an issue with me, but clearly somethings eating at you.

No emotion but


Posts: 20,181


Jus sayin'

Good night.
banned#32
vibeone
Seriously what is your problem? I was just messing around, and I wasn't justifying anything - I'm just genuinely interested in where this sudden blast of hate has come from. I wasn't aware you had an issue with me, but clearly somethings eating at you.

No emotion but




Jus sayin'

Good night.


+1 @ you. Interesting thread, we were split into two groups at school, girls got told girl stuff and boys got told boy stuff and they kept it really secretive, not sure why :?
#33
I remember 'The Talk' at primary school. We did some of the talk with the boys and then got seperated for the more 'intimate' stuff and our parents were invited (girls had mums there, boys had dads there) . My mum told me how there was a girl next to her whose mum wasn't with her and that she started crying, my mum asked why and the girls said 'we'll be bleeding for sixty seven days!!??!!' and my mum explained that it was six TO seven days, poor girl!
As to the sex talk - my dad once said 'put a cork in it'. That's all. lol.
#34
ryman1000
+1 @ you. Interesting thread, we were split into two groups at school, girls got told girl stuff and boys got told boy stuff and they kept it really secretive, not sure why :?


I'm guessing they dont still do it like that - I wouldnt even have thought to have that conversation with my ds (well, esp not yet, hes only 3!) but I think boys should be aware!
#35
dcx_badass
It was mixed except sex ed in primary school to stop people getting embarassed.


We had sex ed and weren't seperated.....one of the lad's walked out as he felt faint then at the end of it, some of my friends turned round to me and asked if we did it like that too???!!! lol I was the only asian girl in the school! :w00t:
#36
I never got any questions from my 13 year old. ( Didn't expect to. )
Haven't had any questions from my 9 year old either. I also don't expect to get any.
I'm not sure, but I think my sister may have had a talk with my eldest.
I'll have to ask my sister and find out.
banned#37
libEL
I'm guessing they dont still do it like that - I wouldnt even have thought to have that conversation with my ds (well, esp not yet, hes only 3!) but I think boys should be aware!


Couldn't say but it was only 7-8 years ago, so still modern schooling. They did do they basics, but not a lot, we never did find out what the girls did. Parents never spoke to me about any of it, apart from when my mum was p*ssed one night and said, 'the man puts his parts in the lady parts' :p From there I just learnt from friends and the internet :whistling: Not that ! (Most of the time) If ever kids are unsure of anything a quick google will answer any questions, without the embarasment
#38
Paddy_o_furniture
My daughters 9 and has already had the talk at school, saved me a job. Never knew nothing about it till she came home heaving. We told her that her mother had an immaculate conception


LOL I can believe that kris you think yourself as god :p

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