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'First Moon Party' is probably the funniest tampon ad of all time

The ad was put out by the tampon subscription service Hello Flo.
By Evan Bleier   |   June 19, 2014 at 2:47 PM   |   Comments

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NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI) -- There has been a long and rich history of humorous tampon ads -- maybe -- but this one tops them all.

A new spot from tampon subscription service Hello Flo was posted on YouTube two days ago and it already has accumulated almost two million views.

In the ad, "First Moon Party," a girl is unable to get her period even though all of her friends are getting theirs. In order to keep up with the other members of the "cherry slush club," the girl fakes it with nail polish. "It looks like Florida," she says in the video.

Although the girl's "blood sisters" buy the ruse, her mom doesn't go for it.

In order to get her daughter to fess up, the mom decides to throw a first moon party that involves bobbing for ovaries and vagina cake.

"Do you know how hard it is to find a uterus piƱata?" the mom says during the clip.

The video is an advertisement for Hello Flo's Period Starter Kit, "The gift before the gift."

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