I shit you not, I just heard those exact words used in a Playtex Mini-pad commercial.
I think this is a new low in the feminine hygiene product arena. Based on my last post, I felt compelled to comment on this commercial.
It starts out with two women chatting in the grocery store. One turns to the other and says, "Does your mini-pad ever make you feel wet and sticky?"
The other woman lights up enthusiastically, and replies that yes, in fact, she feels exactly the same way. For a second, based on her response, you think that perhaps you mis-heard the question, and it was actually "Don't you just love cheesecake?" You rewind the Tivo, hoping for the best.
Sadly, no. She really did just ask the other woman if her crotch ever feels wet and sticky.
In the middle of a casual conversation.
In the grocery store.
I can't even imagine how this would unfold if it ever happened in real life, since (a) I'm not a woman and I have no idea how they actually think, and (b) I generally stay out of that aisle if at all possible.
I can, however, give you a good idea of how the conversation would go if it were between men, say, at a baseball game, surrounded by other fans.
"Steve, this is a great game! Thanks for the invite, buddy."
"Hey, anytime, man. I had the extra ticket, so I'm just glad you could make it. Hey, Bob, I've been meaning to ask you -- does your crotch ever feel wet and sticky?"
"Jesus, dude. What the hell is wrong with you? I'm gonna go get a beer."