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1.0 out of 5 stars Napkin Rash? Seriously?, 18 Oct. 2013
This review is from: Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream For Napkin Rash Eczema & Bed Sore - 400g (Personal Care)
Is it April Fools or what? I can understand the text being wrong but the picture of the product? Maybe there are two versions. I have the nappy rash one.
I'm assuming napkin rash is what you get if you dine out a lot.
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Initial post: 20 Nov 2013 10:38:41 GMT
Are you a fool or just a would be comedian?
You must be capable of seeing that the word nappy is derived from napkin.

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Nov 2013 11:03:29 GMT
Last edited by the author on 20 Nov 2013 11:06:03 GMT
pineapple says:
Derivative or not, the accepted term in the UK is 'nappy'. Go into any shop and find me a product for bottoms or sores called 'napkin whatever'. All the sudocrem I have ever seen in the UK has 'nappy' on the labelling.
Whereas 'napkin' here is a commonly used term for serviette. Why don't you go to any shop right now and ask for napkins. I guarantee you will be brought something to use on the dining table not on the bottom! Sigh...

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Nov 2013 13:48:16 GMT
And pram is used for Perambulator. We still know what it means. Since you obviously know what they meant you have given a 1 star review with no allowance for the product's relevant qualities just because you have chosen to be deliberately obtuse.
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