Manflu Orange Vitamins 79p @ Home Bargains...Zinc, Vit C + Echinacea
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Manflu Orange Vitamins 79p @ Home Bargains...Zinc, Vit C + Echinacea

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Found 14th Apr 2016
Yes yes yes, it's manflu, we all know just how debilitating this can really be (mainly for the women carers!) but if like me you have really suffered this winter it may be worth a shot.

I find it very hard to believe that the RRP is £7.99, but I was recommended to take Vitamin C, Zinc and Echinacea which is all contained within Manflu Orange tablets. Doesn't taste too bad either!

Being a female, I only hope this supplement doesn't make me grow a pair...literally!!!!

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Can somebody go out and buy some for me and bring them to me? I am currently laid up in bed with terrible man flu. I am struggling to write this message as only have just enough strength to use one finger. oO

Can somebody go out and buy some for me and bring them to me? I am currently laid up in bed with terrible man flu. I am struggling to write this message as only have just enough strength to use one finger. oO

The term 'manflu' needs to be challenged as being both offensive and dangerous to men.

Every year in the UK thousands of men die because, when they develop symptoms of an illness, their self-centred wives rubbish it as 'man flu' - as a result, thousands of men put off going to see their GP and subsequently important symptoms are missed in the early stages. Men die as a result.

If there was such a term as 'woman-flu' there would be a national outcry with the BBC, Channel 4 News and all the magazines and newspapers full of feminists saying how demeaning and dangerous it is to men.

The term 'manflu' is demeaning and, more importantly, dangerous to men. Challenge anyone whom you hear using it.

tawse57

The term 'manflu' needs to be challenged as being both offensive and … The term 'manflu' needs to be challenged as being both offensive and dangerous to men. Every year in the UK thousands of men die because, when they develop symptoms of an illness, their self-centred wives rubbish it as 'man flu' - as a result, thousands of men put off going to see their GP and subsequently important symptoms are missed in the early stages. Men die as a result.If there was such a term as 'woman-flu' there would be a national outcry with the BBC, Channel 4 News and all the magazines and newspapers full of feminists saying how demeaning and dangerous it is to men.The term 'manflu' is demeaning and, more importantly, dangerous to men. Challenge anyone whom you hear using it.


Wasn't manflu recently proved to be a thing. Hard pressed to find a man who finds it demeaning.

Original Poster

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Warning to the women! These are for men only. These are some of the most powerful flu tablets in the world and solely for "Man-flu". Handle with gloves to be safe as even skin contact could cause unconsciousness to females.

Trumpet777

... I was recommended to take Vitamin C, Zinc and Echinacea...



Who on earth recommended you take Echinacea, your Which Doctor?

tawse57

The term 'manflu' needs to be challenged as being both offensive and … The term 'manflu' needs to be challenged as being both offensive and dangerous to men. Every year in the UK thousands of men die because, when they develop symptoms of an illness, their self-centred wives rubbish it as 'man flu' - as a result, thousands of men put off going to see their GP and subsequently important symptoms are missed in the early stages. Men die as a result.If there was such a term as 'woman-flu' there would be a national outcry with the BBC, Channel 4 News and all the magazines and newspapers full of feminists saying how demeaning and dangerous it is to men.The term 'manflu' is demeaning and, more importantly, dangerous to men. Challenge anyone whom you hear using it.



Self-centred wives!!? Are these men so weakened by their debilitating illness that they can't pick up the phone and make a GP appointment themselves, regardless of what their dominatrix wives think?

Few years back my husband developed a severe case of man flu just before we were hosting a party. Thought he was trying it on to get out of helping to set everything up. Luckily he is a grown man and made his own doctors appointment, turned out to be pneumonia , poor love had moved half the garden furniture around before he went including lugging a sandpit from one end to the other for a firework display . Still he has had many a case of bog standard manflu since and lives to tell the tale. ( wish my reply button was working, but as it's not you'll just have to guess who I'm responding to )
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