There’s a pack of toilet rolls that has caught people’s attention, and for good reason too!
Taking to Facebook, women are posting the same thing about Asda’s newly-introduced orange and cranberry scented toilets rolls, saying it’ll “cause thrush.”
A Facebook post about the roll went viral after a photo of the 16-pack was shared on social media.
“50 shades of thrush,” one person penned, while another chimed: “Smell nice but thrush here u come.”
A third joked: “I [couldn’t] even look at these without getting thrush,” and a fourth added: “It’ll be tainted whether on the tube or not, if you’re sensitive down there then it’s a no go as even the slightest taint will set you off.”
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Continuing with the thrush comments, another quipped: “Get yourself some Canesten while you’re there.”
Many questioned whether the actual toilet paper itself boasted the fruity scents, or just the cardboard.
And while the majority said the new toilet roll would give you thrush, others were in disagreement.
“I love these, I love all the scented ones. They’ve never given me thrush as of yet,” wrote one.
Another shared: “I’ve always used these and never had any issues…just because some may get thrush doesn’t mean everyone does.”
And a third penned: “Does it matter to other people, if someone buys a scented toilet roll or not. Maybe they don’t get thrush! Mind your business.”
For those who do want to get their hands on the orange and cranberry toilet paper, you can pick it up in Asda at just £2.25 for a 16-pack.
One person who is prepared for all eventualities is Stacey Solomon, who created a “thrush bath cupboard” last year.
After unpacking all of her bath stuff into the airing cupboard, Stacey said: “I decided to finally unpack my bath bits tonight because my first thrush bath from pickle cottage is well overdue,” followed by a laughing face emoji.
Stacey then set about neatly lining up her wide array of bubble bath goodies, transforming the space into every bath-lovers dream.
There were powders, bath bombs and dried fruit among many others products, and the cupboard was even decorated with fake vine leaves.
Stacey then went on to reveal her amazing-looking bath which was turquoise blue and filled with dried orange slices and flower petals.
The former X Factor contestant has dubbed these “thrush baths” on account of the fact that she was previously blasted by trolls who claimed using such products could cause irritation.
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