Norway Explained Through a Womans Purse | Exclusive Access

By | January 26, 2020

Hi, everyone. Today we’re going to have a sneak peek into
a Norwegian woman’s handbag and bathroom cabinets. You know, that’s a private zone And we have been granted exclusive access
to a typical Norwegian woman’s private life, kind of, and we’re going to research
the things that we find there and see if they can explain Norway, like it is now, you know,
because different small things. I’m not sure all of you and many of you have
a handbag and bathroom cabinets. So now you can compare. I don’t think she’s home. And we Are you doing a break in? No, actually. We have it. We have it for ourself. She’s not home, but she knows that we are
here. And you might ask why? Why a woman’s handbag? Why bathroom cabinets? Well, you know, in Norway, equality among
sexes is one of the most the most important principles. So this woman: she’s 45 years old, she has
a child that is 10 years old. This is her apartment. And she is in a relationship with thefather. But of course they don’t live together. So here she lives alone with a kid and sometimes
the father comes and visit. And he has another apartment in another place. This is Norway. So that’s why we are doing just this. But why isn’t she here?? I have children and I am Norwegian Are you the most typical Norwegian ever found? Maybe, quite typical. I don’t like filming at all. It have to be anonymous. Yeah. You hate this situation? Yes. I get so stiff. She is very typical Norwegian. She works as a school nurse. And eh absolutely typical Norwegian. Now for the peak. Okay, are you ready guys? This is … I feel that I’m intruding the
private sphere here you know, I’m Norwegian. But we have been granted access. So this is her purse. And .. he he You see it right away? Many of you, probably girls or women, that
you will ask is that her purse? Is this a purse? And yes, it’s a purse. And it’s a very sporty purse. You see? No gutchi? No Gucci this is Fjellräven you know, a typical a Norwegian sport … It
is Swedish, of course. But it’s a sport outdoorsy brand. Athleisure And yeah, you know athleisure. So she is a part of the trend. She’s showing off that she’s sporty. She’s not showing off her functionality or
flex. You know that this is, you know, a mother
in Norway, she has to be prepared for a lot of stuff. So this is a functional handbag for her. But actually, I think it’s kind of cool. And it’s almost unisex. I mean, you could have had it as a boy too.
Okay, are you ready to see? Just a second … Have you never heard about
not looking into a womans bag? Of course, I’ve heard that this is a research
purpose. This is SCIENCE. Scientific, we’re going to analyze and reveal
Norway through this. So yes, I have heard it and yes, I respect
their private spare sphere and borders. But this is research. Let’s start with this here. And what do we find here? Okay, here we find moisturizing cream. This is also a Swedish brand of course. And this is very typical for Norway. No perfume. No! It’s for really dry and sensitive skin. Norwegians we are not found of too intense
smells. And we … most of the creams and stuff we
buy are perfume free, actually. Paraben free And she’s got a car. Typical! This girl gots her own car. Okay. Oh, look, a smart carkeese here. Easy to …This is also typical, flexible,
pragmatic solution to that everlasting “Where are my keys” problems. Very typical. Okay, what do we have here? A pad. Off course it’s Apple, off course an iPad. Because Norway – we are an App … We are an Apple country, actually. It’s our favorite brand. And it’s one of the biggest brand and this
is actually what we spend a lot of money on. Not on food. Not, absolutely not, on quality
food, but on quality electronic. So very typical. Okay, here we have a drink of drinking bottle,
because she’s got a son. So he needs She’s always prepared? Of course you have to be prepared you have
to need water. Aaand okay band aid in case her son gets injured. Really important. Okay, so that’s … I think this is mandatory. And of course she’s got the Matpakke, in case
they get hungry. You always carry one. And this is kind of a high quality, because
it’s plastic wrapping and not the wax paper. Levelled up? Absolutely. And speaking about Matpakke … Yeah, you
can see here … This is from our merch shop. And so if you follow the link up there or
down in the description – you can see some of the other stuff we have there. I’m quite
I kind of liked this one was I think it was suited me. Ok. Ok, and then well, of course, you can get a
headache. A lot of walking outdoorsy, not too much sun
though, but you need some Paracet or Paracetamol. Okay. a tennis ball. Probably. Does she have a boy or a dog? I am not sure. I know what she has. Yeah, I know too. Okay, chewing gum, a lot of chewing
gum. Of course. Everything is sugar free. Sugar is a no no. At least when you’re a mother. Okay, here we have. Okay, this is okay, of course. parabens free. Is this is her … this is her lipstick. Okay. Yeah, okay. Yeah. No, she’s got some fancy cream here. Elizabeth Arden number eight I think? I wonder if that’s for the lips too? What’s this? Now this,this probably is the more girly stuff. Okay, this look like a wallet. I start with this. Yeah, this is a wallet. Yeah. Yeah, this is for the public transportation What’s here? Okay, this is a typical! When she goes to the to the store. Milk, cream, nuts, chocolate Non Stop. She’s probably … She loves to bake. So she’s probably going to make a cake. We are more or less a cashless society. So you don’t need to bring a lot of cash when
visiting Norway. Just bring cards I mean, all the Nordic countries:
very, very card and digital …Digital payments and card that’s the rule. What’s in here? This is SO invading!! But it’s resarch. Okay. Ehh … nasal spray. Okay. – Nostril spray. Nostril spray yeah. Okay. Oh, a high end brand. Finally. YSL! I’m not sure what that is. Oh, yeah. At least some some makeup! Is it make up? Yeah, I think this for the eyes. Okay, so that we can put over there. Oh! What is this? Okay, only mirror. Okay, more makeup. A bit used. I think this is very typical to a Norwegian. Pencil? What? Yeah. Well, okay. This is the makeup kit, I think. So girls or women or also men; What do you
carry around? Is this … Do you recognize this? Can you identify with this kind of makeup
stuff? You know, we love all the things that you
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or stories or everything. Thumbs up, thumbs down. We love it. Okay, there’s one thing too. I think this is for her periods. A tampoon. Or something like. It was kind of, well, where do you put that? Maybe over here. And for nails? I think okay. Oh, I had some dirt under my nails. So Yes. Sorry. I can’t use it. Yeah, so Okay. This this is actually a typical woman’s purse
in Norway. What do you think? Can you identify? Was this the things that you thought was going
to be inside? I think this kind of is Norway. Practical, be prepared. Be outdoorsy, independant woman. The most expensive things here are electronics. When it comes to make up and stuff not so
much. Frugal make up. Frugal makeup kit, actually! Yeah, you know and sporty handbag with smart
solutions. “Nei”. This is actually a typical, typical, typical. I think this is kind of the picture of Norway
if you see here. And now: A Norwegian bathroom cabinet. – You have a hang up on toilets? Well, when it’s a universal, at least that
is a universal thing. The girl or the woman living here she is a
vintage beast, actually. I know. I known her for a long time and she knows
her vintage. So her bathroom cabinet (evil laughter) is of course and all the … What do you call
this? A box, in a way? – A wooden box. But this is more or less the same. The toothpaste… Also for sensitive. This is a sensitive! We are very occupied with sensitive stuff. – It’s not feminine? No, but this is Norway. I mean actually the most the most sold products
are without perfume. But here guys (laughter) this is really… this is Norwegian skincare. The original … It’s been here for 200 years,
I think and actually this was used on cows to make their … I don’t know the … – I will text it later (sorry – didn’t) It’s called “jur”. “Jur” in Norwegian. You know where the milk comes from? And this was actually made for, to moisturize
this area in a cow. So you could milk it? Yeah, and now it’s the most sold skincare
product, I think in Norway. Without — of course, no perfume. It’s called “Spenol”. And you know a “spene”
is one of those that do you get milk from! So it’s it’s really strange. It’s a it’s a skincare product with the name
from cows breasts. So, what we have here, okay. Use toilet rolls. Why? Actually the kid in this family he wants them
for a school project. So she told me in advance that this is something
she has to collect so that he can make something later on from it. – So this is interesting. It’s such a small bathroom. And the priority is the kids stuff. – But you know guys in Norway, kids have the
main priority. You know that by now don’t you? Okay, more empty toilet rolls. Yeah, two drawers. Okay, here’s the washing machine, the powder
to the washing machine. And okay, what’s the brand name? It’s called “Neutral”. And why is it called “Neutral”? Because there is no perfume and there’s no
color stuff added. Oh, wohoo! it’s a revolution. There are perfumes in this Norwegians woman’s
closet. This is I think, it might, okay. I’m not sure there’s no brand on it. – It’s not used. – Almost not. And here is … – It is probably a gift. – And Versace Blue Jeans. I think this is for men. Okay, but. Okay, so she has some okay. Or the Lancome, and so on. Okay, perfume exists in Norway. It’s kind of also a part of this. But she It was strange because she had placed
everything all the way down in here. Okay, guys, do you? Do you love to do this? Sneak peek into someone
else’s bathroom cabinet? I’m sure you do. Yeah, post us your comment. Subscribe. You know, we love them. What’s more down here? What is this!? What’s this? Cement? Cement? I’m not sure. It looks like cement! Very strange. Really strange. I’m not sure. Yeah, it’s true. It looks like cement. And what is this? Ok. Ok. Norwegian women are very handy. Actually. I think that many Norwegian women are more
handy than the men. And I think actually this is also typical. And what does she has in her bathroom cabinet? She’s got silicon and stuff for the tiles
here and to redecorate her home. And that’s what I think she actually have
cement in her bathroom cabinet. – She is using the storage for … The Norwegian
apartments are not that big. So we store … – Yeah. Yeah, but the I think this is also very typical. Handy Norwegian women. They don’t sit around waiting for a man to
fix things that are broken. They do it themselves. And I know that this girl or this woman here
she’s extremely handy. And if I have a problem, I need something
to fix. I will definitely call her I think and of course we have a bath … weight. – This is very common. It is a scale. – Yeah, I’m not revealing my – Come on! – No. – Come on! Everyone wants to know it. – And some – Just fast forwarding? – Yeah, yeah! Look, look! It’s almost our raindeer logo. Yeah. With the Norwegian flag on it. Yeah. Okay, guys, I think that we wrap this up. This was the revealing tour de Norwegian purse,
handbag, and a bathroom cabinet. I hope you enjoyed it … I hope you learned something about Norway,
the Norwegian life, the Norwegian women and the culture. Okay, so if you liked this episode, don’t
forget to give a thumbs up, thumb down. Subscribe. Post us your comment and for next episode. See you. I’m not sure if it’s gonna be any more toilet
in a while now. – Yeah. People love the toilet talks No, I feel that we have emptied the content
from a toilet. At least for now, guys. What do you think? Yeah. Okay. And really hot in the toilet. Okay, see you next time. Check out our merch shop. Love you guys. Bye bye.

100 thoughts on “Norway Explained Through a Womans Purse | Exclusive Access

  1. L1 Post author

    Makeup collection in the purse was busted the house 🤣🤣🤣 women are the same everywhere in that!! My makeup kit is definitely busted too

  2. Kathy Kaylor Post author

    Ohio women are Handy too! If we waited for the man to do it we would dissolve into nothing ness!! Llol

  3. Ryanavery Ash Post author

    My handbag is identical except for my lärabar. Although I'm starting to think a matpakke would be more filling!

  4. Nei Hansen Post author

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no

  5. Bal Ferono Post author

    Farfergnugen! That’s a lot of crap in one bag.

  6. Pegs Barton Post author

    Much the same as mine but I have a phone, sunglasses and tissues or handkerchief. Also I like perfumes, and I would carry a lip moisturizer too.

  7. viclloyd1 Post author

    I think I must be part Norwegian. Lol. So funny in a weird way.

  8. Ade Larsen Post author

    1) If you are going to buy fresh farm produce from a farm then you should have cash.

    2) I carry a Swiss Army Ranger pocket knife which has a cork screw and bottle opener.

    * There is an old Danish saying : "You are not properly dressed unless you have a bottle opener on your belt".

    3) Milk ? I thought it come from the supermarket…..

  9. Rosa Antonucci Post author

    Today was a bad day so I came here to have some fun. I wasn't disappointed! Scientific research by Ronald & Mads are the best!

  10. Kristin Peek Post author

    Not far off from what I carry in my purse! I have been known to carry a small container of coconut oil, and a few crystals in my purse. I'm the same way with my skin and no fragrances.

  11. Lisa Relyea Post author

    Cows udder with teats in u.s. The balm is put on the teats to protect the skin from daily milking.

  12. Lisa Relyea Post author

    This is for research. Or this is for science. Are they trademarked? If not, another slogan with your logo for your merch shop.

  13. krankenheim13 Post author

    Denver, Colorado – US, here. I can identify w/ everything in her purse. I have pretty much the same in mine. Always be prepared. Never know when you'll need a little lip balm, moisturizer, or medicine and a bandaid. Her makeup was a little more high-end than many Americans. YSL and Elizabeth Arden brands are a little expensive here, but good quality. Some people are willing to splurge. As for the bathroom, it is a little strange to have a washing machine in the bathroom here, however where I grew up in West Virginia, we had a very very small home so the washing machine was actually in the bathroom. I actually prefer the washing machine in the bathroom, it is practical and easy to hang up your clothes or throw them in the washer quickly after wearing. Thank you and your friend for sharing. Have a nice day.

  14. Moon Toad Post author

    The toilet peak is kind of horrifying, when you think what makes peaks in a bathroom. You take a peek at something when you're looking. Have a fit of pique when you're irritated and your pride has been slighted, or stab someone when you're indulging in piquerism.

    Udder cream is popular in the US too. There's also shampoo for humans that was originally used for horses manes and tails, named, suprisingly, Mane and Tail.

  15. bluzshadez Post author

    Who is the Kind Soul who just liked my comment 10 minutes ago?

  16. sheri williams Post author

    OMG OMG Mads Holy Cow! I found the comment section! All the way at the bottom of the page. Why does YouTube do this? Your vid is most important and your commenters are important, we are not the gum on your shoe. We are not the wet newspaper lying in the gutter. hahaha! Happy to be back with you!
    Ronald!!! You are not liverwurst/chopped liver! Mads needs your focusing because he would fall off the ladder if you were not holding him straight. Great job, best vids ever ever.😘

  17. sherryl henning Post author

    The purse was very similar to mine when my kids were still kids! I live in North Eastern California, and yes, snow, ice, and below 0F temps every winter! Its May. I have snow in my forecast!

  18. Kept Grits Post author

    Cows have utters or teets. That sort of cream is good for pregnant stretch marks as well. We also use biotin to strengthen our fingernails that is used on horses hooves.

  19. Margo Kat Post author

    A woman's handbag is always full of mystery, especially a mom's handbag. My sister has tons of snacks & school supplies inside her bag for my nephews, I don't even know how she makes all of it fit inside.

  20. Bjorn Goumundsen Post author

    I am your new fan. I love it. Thank you for posting.

  21. Pedro Arjona Post author

    You are going to look into a woman purse? , you are fearless (and shameless)

  22. Marlyce W Post author

    A purse in USA…at least $30 worth of coins weighing down the purse! 😂

  23. Shaun Vargas Post author

    You said you are a cashless country and use mostly cards, what happens if someone hacks into your account and steals your money? I have had several friends robbed their money from their cards.. it's a crazy thing in The USA now and if you lose your money you're broke and no one will give you it back, you have to fight with the bank and prove it wasn't you who spent the money.. my friend lost his whole paycheck a few months ago because he bought gasoline for his car and the pump was rigged to scan his card he now switched banks.. what happens in Norway?

  24. shamison1980 Post author

    awesome video … thanks for sharing this interesting info… and thanks for that awesome lady who let us sneak peak into her home… <3

  25. Lavender Whitcomb Post author

    Your friend is a good sport. Fascinating video. I have told many people to check out your channel. They have no idea what they are missing.

  26. Mawmaw Sue Post author

    @YOURWAY2NORWAY  See I told you Americans will give you an asthma attack from all the scents they love to wear. Guess they think a bath or shower with scented body wash isn't enough, they gotta use body spray and perfume deodorant along with a spray or two of scented perfume and when they go nose blind and can't smell it anymore but of course we still can smell it, about this time they will spray on more perfume. 🤪😵😱 Can't breathe and OMG don't get trapped in an elevator with more than one of them 😭 Americans have forgotten that we humans have natural pheromones that are sexually attractive, that's their job, the pheromones not the perfume.

  27. Nicole S Liråk Post author

    Oh no I thought you guys are not going to expose her but you did. I hope she's okay with that.

  28. Gail Fattori Post author

    You boys are so cute how shy you are about girly things. I laughed a lot, but it is very sweet how careful you were to respect her. Tell her thank you for letting us see her private things. That is pretty typical for me as a mother too. I would have things like that too. Of course my mother is German. I was raised to be prepared for anything. Lol. Very practical. That was fun. She is very pretty and her son is adorable. 🌻

  29. Munire Zeyneb Post author

    Immediately googles the tote bag… WTH! it is over £100 on amazon 🙁

  30. Lee Hamilton Post author

    I am a woman in the USA. Almost all my skin, hair, make-up products have scent. I love to smell different scents! My purse has paper tissues for my nose. I go crazy when I can't find tissues. But, there is so much paper in the USA. Napkins, facial tissue. In the car, in every cabinet, backback, purse, etc. Chewing gum: Me, too. Lots of sugar free gum.

  31. Twiztid YourNutz Post author

    I love learning about Norway from you guys! Thank you for sharing!😄

  32. Jan Van Wagner Post author

    Udder balm ! We also have A shampoo and conditioner originally made for horses. Best in the world for shiny tangle free hair.

  33. Doriano Carta Post author

    You should do the same for the typical Norwegian male and his wallet or backpack or fanny pack? I always have to bring three things with me… my iPhone, leather wallet and keys.

  34. Tracy O'boyle Post author

    Needed my YOURWAY2NORWAY fix! Also need that sweatshirt!!!❤

  35. Sherry Cohen Post author

    Ronald, you can make anything funny! I love your videos.

  36. Barbara Miller Post author

    my purse weights 35lbs. You wouldn't believe what is in it.

  37. Douglas Kalagian Post author

    Is it common for Norwegian men to wear Cologne?

  38. lickitysplitz1 Post author

    We have bag balm or udder balm here, same thing

  39. S K Post author

    Loved the video! It was fun and also good insight into Norwegian life. Out here in NZ, its pretty similar except I'm sure we're mostly unprepared 😂

  40. Bex Daly Post author

    Udder!!! hahaaaaa! I like the rubbing action! 🙂

  41. MickG Post author

    You May Be A Pervert If You Get Off By Inspecting A Woman's Purse. LOL!!! There Is Nothing Particularly Norwegian In Her Purse Including The Sandwich In A Plastic Bag!!! LOL!!!

  42. Alfino Post author

    I think fluorid tablets are typical for Norway .And no caries and cavities .

  43. HONEY HAINES Post author

    Purses are very popular in america BUT it is also popular to have a lot of stuff that you normally carry in your purse kept in our car. I carry a purse for my phone keys and credit cards but everything else is kept in my car. She is a pretty lady

  44. HONEY HAINES Post author

    Udder cream….we have it too in America

  45. danialves21 Post author

    I love your videos about norwegian culture. Hugs from Brazil 🇧🇷😘

  46. 1justice2012 Post author

    I never thought watching what was on a woman’s purse could be fun, I only carry a credit card, money, a bottle of perfume, driver license, keys and a comb.

  47. JennyWinters Post author

    You said YSL.. that is a high brand French makeup. Ever heard of St Laurent?

  48. Sherry Edwards Post author

    Very interesting. Not too crazy about that purse though. In Canada we don't carry sandwiches with us, at least not anyone I know. I don't recall any Norwegian family members being very handy. Perhaps they lost that craft on the boat on their way to Canada. Good video.

  49. J Urana Post author

    This looks very much like the contents of my American purse-except no matpakke!

  50. Saevori Post author

    I’m American (ish). Minus the sandwhich, this is the typical handbag for American women too.

  51. Kicky Post author

    No hand wipes?
    In addition to face powder and lipstick, whenever I leave the house, I have to have hand wipes. Opening doors, shaking hands and touching elevator buttons can get one's hands germy. Seems as if they don't have hoarders in Norway.

  52. WhiteTiger333 Post author

    Haha – the first thing I noticed is you didn't take your shoes off when you went in the apt. You have me trained to expect it.
    Loved the tour of the purse. You recognized the matpakke right away, but the make-up bag contents threw you. I think it's…ummmm…tampoo? 😀 It's okay – you're not expected to know what all that secret women's stuff is. I'm sure men have their equivalents.
    And everything in her purse made perfect sense. (I live in the USA) It's not Norwegian women's stuff so much as women's stuff. 😉 And I think we all recognized the Yves Saint Laurent logo right away.
    Wait, did you just set that black container down on top of the poor lizard?! That little guy was my favorite thing in the cool box. Ah, so she uses the Norwegian equivalent of Bag Balm. Good stuff!
    That was fun. 🙂

  53. Rima Nathalie Beerlandt Post author

    Why surprised that a woman has cement or silicone tube. Women are as capable as men .

  54. Jasenka Vukelić Post author

    Oh I love checking out other people's bathrooms! I always feel guilty about it! Love you guys, so funny! Sending love from Croatia!:-*

  55. Roseanne Vicensa Adhiambo Post author

    When you said an Apple I thought Apple fruit, lol silly me.

  56. Anna Morris Post author

    What explains Norway best is that matpakke shirt with the upside-down reindeer. LOL!

    Your friend is very pretty. Tell her thank you from me for letting you fellows do this show.

    The wooden bathroom door in your friend's apartment is interesting? Is that typical Norwegian? Yhe reason I ask is that I just installed a nice manufactured home on my ranch and the kitchen has woodwork exactly like that. Maybe the builders ordered it from Scandinavia? I had never seen anything like it before and now I see it in your video.

    I have watched so many of your videos that when I selected paint for my new cottage, and it all looked off-white or kind of beige, I was worried I had achieved the Norwegian colors of beige and beige. Fortunately, when I added a blue bed covering and a red Oriental carpet, the very pale green called "Marzipan" on the paint can, assumed the desired color. (I am a professional artist and, respectfully, I do not like Scandinavian minimalist functionality. My taste is for Italianate designs like the Winter Palace or the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, with lots of rococo, carved wood and rich fabrics inside.)

  57. Apache helicopter Post author

    It would appear as genders and generations are well separated by beeswax paper like matpakke.. That's a level of emotional independence I find hard to understand (and I'm not a really clingy/emotional person). I suppose that it would be impossible for an Italian (for example) to marry a Norwegian.. They are like beings from different countries..🤔 if I may ask, your mum is from Chile, how did she get on with your father/his family?

  58. Lorne Johnson Post author

    Hey Ronald I'm a man old man that that I got purse in my purse said Milwaukee on it and is full of tools..

  59. Jolluna Post author

    Am I the only one who felt awkward all through this viewing?

  60. Ingrid Dubbel Post author

    My purses are small but I can fit a lot in them. I can not relate to a large purse. I've seen giant bags all over Oslo. My sisters and mother have bags that I would use as a carry-on.
    However, I do fix things.

  61. K T Post author

    Nice video boys, Ronald is one heck of a Professor.. still giggling with the tam’poon! Thanks for lesson

  62. Joni greenwell Post author

    I heard it's hard to use U.S, credit cards in Norway, and we should get some cash. No?

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  64. Stef In Canada Post author

    amazing it's in our genes even if we weren't born there.. discount makeup.. no scents in products,.. handyman items. yes that's me! I find this so interesting!

  65. Stef In Canada Post author

    amazing it's in our genes even if we weren't born there.. discount makeup.. no scents in products,.. handyman items. yes that's me! I find this so interesting!

  66. colgoochthemarine Post author

    So years ago I came up with a way to embarrass bathroom cabinet snoops. I put a coke can full of marbles in the cabinet. I tied a string to the top of the coke can and tape on the other end which I attached to the cabinet door. So about a week later I had a friend over and she went to use the restroom. About a minute later after hearing the toilet flush I hear a loud crash. She comes out of the bathroom and acts as if nothing happened but she is super red in the face from embarrassment. No more snooping from her, until we eventually got married, and for the last 23 years she’s had open access to our bathroom cabinets.

  67. peko Post author

    My friend''s makeup bag that she carries around in her handbag is a third of the size of your friend's purse. It amazes me each time she takes it out to redo her makeup.

  68. Aleksa Post author

    "Some YSL, not sure what that is, maybe some makeup?" hahah why is this channel so funny?!

  69. MustangWriter Post author

    Its too bad Norway stopped using cash. I remember they had the most beautiful coins with wildlife. A bee, a squirrel and a moose. Ores and kroners.

  70. Seeks Post author

    I like how Norwegians are shy and don't like to brag , that's similar to Canada that makes us totally different from the USA .

  71. S A Post author

    Ronald and Mads, I think it's a universal thing for a woman to be practical, industrious, independent and always ready for the unknown. Her purse is a mom's purse. Not lipstick but facial sunscreen? Or blush? That applicator was too big for lips. Lol tampon looked like a suppository. I'd be horrified if someone broadcasted the contents of my purse.. She was a very good sport about it. Love you guys!

  72. MudlarksAlmanac Post author

    haha- can't believe this – I also have empty toilet roll tubes and a bag of cement in my bathroom cupboard & I'm in the UK. Maybe it's just a girl thing?

  73. Hayley Sulfridge Post author

    I love how normal it was for him to grab and identify a tampon. I’m from the US and still guys squirm over that lol

  74. Steven Campbell Post author

    NOPE, there are some places that a real man fears to tread or to even peer into. A woman's private areas are to remain a mystery for the human race to survive, I feel.

  75. Ashley Pena Post author

    hahahaha i love that you do this and aren't super shy about looking through absolutely everything!

  76. Anna zen Post author

    I have all her cosmetics (that elizabeth arden is very good for all situations especily in cold weather as it feels like wax), except that I also carry a sunscream in small bottle as i live in Greece. But I also wear it in snowy countries.

  77. Lottie A Post author

    This is just priceless ⭐️laughing all the way through this 💚

  78. Running with Scissors Post author

    Udder Cream is a great hand cream/softener (sold in the USA)..

  79. d^_^b Post author

    Quite a few Canadians are Apple fans, too. Though Huawei still has a presence here in Canadaland, especially among lower-income families. Just this past Christmas, my sister gave her son a Huawei tablet.

    Which iPad model is that? I have an iPad 2, which is really slow, right now, and I plan on upgrading to maybe a Pro, so I could make drawings on it.

  80. Frank Waller Post author

    Hi I would love to get a purse like hers how can I get?


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