Cosmo-what?

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#2 in the series of ‘I’m definitely not young and single anymore’. Otherwise known as Cosmopolitan magazine highlights.

Or lowlights, you decide.

Gentlemen?

You’ve been warned.

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First up, a strawberry vagina.

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Magical?

Yeah, I must be doing something wrong. And because there are probably other women like me?

Products.

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Am I surprised they are named Honey Pot and Fur?

At this point, I am not.

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This explains a lot about the current generation. I enjoyed moving out of my parents house, but maybe that was just me.

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What brownie abomination is this?

No. Just…. no.

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Wow. And I thought breaking up via text was bad….

Finally there was this:

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Strategically placed mirror aside…. FaceTiming your gynecologist? I’m beginning to relish the fact I’m not in my twenties anymore.

P.S. … don’t be surprised when that cat starts having nightmares.

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66 thoughts on “Cosmo-what?”

    1. I am a widow…2nd husband though they were old enough they didn’t consider him their step-dad…they don’t like their dad cuz he is a bit of a pompous ass and though it took them close to 30 years to figure that out on their own…I couldn’t dad bash…they don’t like him much, don’t like spending time with him much..and he would never volunteer to help them out.

      To those who don’t have children…I know…mixed blessing!

      😳🤣😢

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      1. Thank you for sharing. I think my stepkids were old enough that they did not consider me their step-mom as they were in their late teens when I married my husband. I can identify with this. Son and father good relationship. Daughter and father, mixed.

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  1. Yikes!
    We sometimes have young women contacting our practice who seem obsessive about thinking there is something wrong down below. The main complaint is odour. But some of patients seem really unbalanced, seeming to think that their lower parts should be smell like roses, when actually nope, nobody smells particularly nice down below.

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      1. Yes, true. Sometimes we are chatting to a patient at the front desk and there is a queue who are within earshot. We try to use discreet terms only to make sure our patients are comfortable. We don’t want everyone to stare at them on the way out.

        In a private consultation it is better to use clear terms, but in our NHS training we had to learn the countless “urban” terms for body parts because sometimes it takes some working out what on earth they are talking about.

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      2. It is funny. I have had some very bizarre conversations at work. Nowadays, we are doing a lot of appointments online. We are receiving photos of body parts were a patient has a rash or something weird. Some of them are essentially medical porn.

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      1. Even though ‘fertile’ imagination is strictly forbidden in this reply I have great hope for the strides lady bits will make. Perhaps there will even be a brother publication to Cosmo. Modern Misogynist where the only bit is saying ‘yes mam’.

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  2. Oh gawd….there is NO AMOUNT of mental Clorox to erase what I just read/saw…..
    Oh and moving back in with your parents? No thank you, I’d rather live with one of my kids. Oh wait….I am, but technically he lives with me….well I just verbally shot myself in the foot >:/

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      1. A quick step into the shower and a sudsing with a bar of Irish Spring is about all the attention he gets. Any more would result in the raising of eyebrows from mildly curious onlookers …
        I will have to leave that avenue of research to others …

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    1. My children! 48 & 46…both live with me…and the 48 yr old brought his wife, my two younger grandchildren and a dog! The oldest and his family was supposed to be there about 3 mos, it has now been almost 6.5 yrs! And that is why I travel! 🙂

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      1. No! A 3 bedroom slab ranch. I did add a 2 car garage with a living room/bedroom above a year after I bought the house for my younger son because he had been living with his brother and his brother didn’t like his 2 dogs. Back when my younger son had 2 dogs when he moved in…the older one got a puppy 2 was before moving in and never told me! I had to puppy train…I am not a puppy training kind of person and he kept eating my slippers!!
        3 dogs for awhile…and since I was retired…
        Love my children and grandchildren…all of them! Fortunately it is only the two younger ones that live with me…the 24 yr old is living on his own and the 21 yr old is off in college! Life is good! 💖😳💖

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      1. I guess I won’t either…I’ll eat them sliced rather than halved but that image will likely remain in my mind! And having patience with my elder son…he and his wife might disagree! 🙂

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      1. LMAO!!! But I get to travel…I told them they can all stay there (I did bump what they pay) and save money because I am spending their inheritance! Win/win…though I don’t actually think any of them are saving much money…well, my grandson is 15 and he has over $2000 in the bank so far to put towards his first car…he still has a year or so to save so he may be driving a nicer car than his parent’s. 🙂

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  3. Trying to read through all these awesome replies…got through as many as I had time for…truly a post worthy of everyone’s time and attention!

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