From now on my period will be known as shark week.
Take a nostalgic picture of a fifties pin-up girl and edit it in a strategic place in Photoshop.
Sometimes getting your period is a reason for celebrating. If that’s the case, we’ve found the perfect card.
People with red hair… … are conceived during menstruation? Well, it’s entirely possible. But this goes for people with other hair colours as well. (…)
This might be the perfect apology card.
‘I just don’t trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn’t die.’ A classic one-liner which sounds best when said by South Park’s Mr. Garrison. (…)
What? For five days? Eeewww!
Periods AND pregnancies? Sometimes life can be a bit of a disappointment. Luckily there are satirical cards to cheer up anyone and everything.
A special event: a girl’s first period. Or is this something else? (…)
Seen on several social media sites: drama queen explains the meaning of a really bad period.
English people will like this t-shirt even more. Why?
Menopause, menstrual cramps, mental breakdowns. Do all problems begin with men?
Imagine your period… like a hysterical and annoying ‘worst friend’ who just doesn’t notice she’s too much. In a nutshell, that’s the storyboard of the short movie A Period Drama.
‘I bet she has her period in cubes.’ One of the absolutely brilliant one-liners from Absolutely Fabulous.
One to watch: Canadian comedians Jess Beaulieu and Natalie Norman host podcasts about periods.
Perfect for menstrual off-days, these big black knickers from Knickerocker.
Word for Word makes Social Alert buttons for every occasion.
‘To get in the mood for tonight…’ by the Flemish cartoonist Jeroom.
A surprisingly joyful response to 9gag.com. Especially if you look at the cartoon that precedes it.
On your period? Congrats, here’s the perfect greeting card for this bloody occasion. From Knotty Cards,