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1. Finally, a Strategy to Buying Condoms Discreetly!

By: Benjamin Ellis

 

For a single man, it's usually to be prepared. For everyone else, it's because the stock has run out. Condoms are, by nature, an embarrassing item to buy. Let's just face it, they are a necessity to fight against sexually transmitted diseases and children. Read on about this truly embarrassing true scenario:

A man usually goes to the store alone. Perhaps wearing sunglasses inside to try and blend in with the crowd. The opposite is true, however, because everyone seems to look at him and ask, "Why is he wearing sunglasses? He's inside!" He knows where to go--he is walking at a quick pace, straight for the condoms section. He knows his brand, he knows his style, and he knows the precise position they are on the shelf. He grabs the condoms wanting to go unnoticed but his techniques to blend into the crowd are blatantly obvious. He's attracting more attention than he wishes, however, he doesn't know it. He has his Trojan non-lubricated condoms in hand and is heading to the cashier. Unfortunately, there is a line. He has one item, and to prevent against shoplifting suspicion, he tries to palm the whole item. The old lady behind him looks his way, looks at his hand, looks back at him and sighs as she raises the eyebrow. The young mother with all her children are in front. The 8 year old boy looks at the man, looks at his product, points to his mom and says: "Mommy! That man is buying what you and daddy have in your underwear drawer!" The mother looks at the man, looks at his hand, looks at her child and tries to ignore the child who seems to need to repeat what he said even louder until his mother acknowledges him. In 14 and a half seconds 4 people are embarrassed. The old lady, the mother, the cashier, and especially the man.

I was told this story by a friend of mine-- the cashier. To think all of this could have been solved by a simple visit to a website that sells condoms discreetly. Just think: isn't it about time a website came out that specialized in selling products too embarrassing to buy at the store? I found one, and, after suffering through years going through similar scenarios, I am now a regular. It's nice to know I can buy condoms and no one will know!

 

 

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2.  Help! How Can Buying Feminine Hygiene Be Made Less Embarrassing?

By: Benjamin Ellis

 

Nearly every woman menstruates in their life. While menstruating it is necessary to use sanitary napkins, tampons, maxi pads, all known euphemistically as 'feminine hygiene.' Having a period is very traumatizing in the early stages of development and nearly every woman has a traumatic experience associated with female menstruation issues.

Going to the grocery or drug store does not make the experience even better. When shopping as a couple, the man us usually very uncomfortable and unwilling to even walk in the aisle, let alone being seen with feminine hygiene items. There they all are, different brands, flow needs, and even scents. There is a whole aisle dedicated to them and everyone knows what's about to happen when they see a woman entering that aisle.

It makes men uncomfortable and some women self-conscious.

These feeling are often compounded when a man is checking out the item. There is always the scan followed by the eye glance and the eyebrow raise. It happens. Sometimes, even, the cashier will give the man she is with a quick glance and a sympathetic head nod. He knows, he understands, he sees this happen everyday.

Buying embarrassing items such as feminine hygiene is actually made easier. I came across an on-line store that has a whole section dedicated to helping women (and their men) buy feminine hygiene without fear or having to guard against their self-conscious. Feminine hygiene is just one of there sections, but no doubt it has to be one of the more popular sections!

I give the store a 10 in innovation, an 8 in product selection (although they allow you to suggest items with a 24 hour guarantee) and a 10 in self-conscious issue alleviation.

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3. She Asks You to Buy Tampons Monthly . . . Now What?

By: Benjamin Ellis

 

It's nearing the last Wednesday of the month. I know it's coming;  it happens every single month without fail since we've been together. 'Sweety? Can you go to the store and buy me tampons?' After this, of course, I tremble. I love her very much, and I know I can look like a hero by getting them, but is it all worth the price of humiliation? Nope. It definitely is not.

I know her brand of tampons, she likes the Tampax Pearl. I know exactly where they are at WalMart to the aisle and the shelf. I also know how long I have to tread through hell once I'm in the store. I average 11 minutes.

I know they are called 'sanitary napkins,' but I help but feel dirty when I touch them. I cannot help but feel the collective sympathies of all the men who see me, and the snickers of the teenagers and the married men to the post-menopausal. They've been there, done that, and it's nice to see that they aren't the only ones. It is like a silent fraternity within the aisles of the grocery store.

Once home, and fully trembling in disgust, I show up with plastic bag in hand, never thick enough to conceal the items inside. For that moment I'm a hero. I'm a great boyfriend, husband, and father. For that moment I am on top of the world, however, the price versus the length of heroism isn't worth the effort.

It is because of this that a new resource has been found on the Internet. No kidding, there is a website out there where men and women can go and buy those items that are too embarrassing to buy at the store. Feminine Hygiene is just one of their categories, but it is the one I frequent the most. I know her brand, I know her timing, imagine how it feels to be a hero without her asking you to go and buy them at the store. I've learned my lesson. I can stock up and surprise her in the end.

It really makes that one week of the month a little more tolerable.

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4. Please Make Buying Birth Control Less Embarrassing!

By: Benjamin Ellis

 

There we were. Getting ready for a special night when it was quickly discovered that the birth control most commonly used was running low. The next day, guess what was on the shopping list? Trojan condoms.

Now, I'm not one to brag, but I am part of the 90% of men that are just 'average'. Unfortunately I am excluded from getting the Trojan Magnum condoms. It's not that I'm ashamed of fitting in to the majority of the population, its that when I buy them, and my significant other is with me, I am reminded that she knows there is a larger size. Perhaps she wonders. Or, maybe it's just me.

Usually what people do once they are at the store is bury these items deep within the shopping cart and try to ignore when the cashier scans the item. However, more often then not I see this happen: The cashier scans the condoms, then the KY jelly, and then looks at me and my girl. Subconsciously, maybe. But I seem to always notice it. I know what they're thinking, and they know what I'm doing.

I can only imagine what the cashier's face looks like when they scan the Magnum condoms. It's probably followed by a congratulatory eyebrow-raise toward the guy.

It just seems that whenever I buy condoms I'm more conscious of people looking in my cart. There are a lot of embarrassing things to buy, condoms are just one of them. It doesn't help that condoms are placed in a high-traffic area highly under surveillance by numerous cameras. The embarrassing nature of buying condoms is probably why they are stolen so much.

I came across a website that actually solves the embarrassing nature of buying condoms and other birth control items. At first, I wondered if it was just a ridiculous joke, but as I got investigating, I came to the conclusion that it is actually a very nice service. It's nice to know that I can go to the store and buy all the items that are less embarrassing to buy. Condoms, even the average size ones, can now be purchased discreetly and without the prying eyes of the public knowing what is about to happen.

For more information visit: http://www.deliveringdignity.com

Finally an online store where you can buy all those items that are way too embarrassing to buy at the store! Shop here and keep your dignity. Finally, you can buy those products you need the most without the prying eyes of the public!

Buy and find your items here!

http://www.deliveringdignity.com

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