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Woman asks husband to buy her ‘pads with wings’ from the store – and the internet is left in hysterics over what he brings back

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Jennifer Skilja, from Alaska, filmed the hilarious interaction with her husband Toni after asking him to pick up sanitary pads with wings.

A husband’s bewilderment after picking up sanitary pads for his wife has gone viral, with thousands commenting on men’s lack of awareness about women’s issues.

Content creator Jennifer Skilja, from Anchorage, Alaska, filmed the hilarious interaction with her husband Toni after asking him to pick up pads with wings.

Instead of buying the requested sanitary products, Toni interpreted it another way: he bought his wife a package of sanitary pads with 36 chicken wings.

“I have your pads and your wings,” Toni said in a clip posted to TikTok, which has been viewed more than 36.7 million times.

Jennifer Skilja, from Alaska, filmed the hilarious interaction with her husband Toni after asking him to pick up sanitary pads with wings.

Jennifer Skilja, from Alaska, filmed the hilarious interaction with her husband Toni after asking him to pick up sanitary pads with wings.

Instead of buying the requested sanitary products, Toni interpreted it another way: he bought his wife a package of sanitary pads with 36 chicken wings.

Instead of buying the requested sanitary products, Toni interpreted it another way: he bought his wife a package of sanitary pads with 36 chicken wings.

Instead of buying the requested sanitary products, Toni interpreted it another way: he bought his wife a package of sanitary pads with 36 chicken wings.

Toni showed the products on the kitchen bench and admitted that she didn’t know what she had done wrong.

“I’m so confused,” Toni says, as Jennifer keeps repeating “winged pads.”

‘What do you mean? That’s what I have,” she insisted. “That’s literally what I got, and I got 36 of them.”

in a tracking videoWith 4.5 million views, the mother of two explained how the winged pads worked, which only added to Toni’s confusion.

Holding the pad up high, Toni is immediately stunned by the pad.

“This is huge,” he says in amazement, picking up the notebook and examining it. ‘Can you pee in this?’

“Find the wings,” Jennifer instructed as he looked at them.

Unfortunately for Toni, successfully locating the wings did not dispel her confusion.

The couple often shares interactions from their married life on their Instagram and TikTok pages, where they have almost 300,000 followers combined.

The couple often shares interactions from their married life on their Instagram and TikTok pages, where they have almost 300,000 followers combined.

The couple often shares interactions from their married life on their Instagram and TikTok pages, where they have almost 300,000 followers combined.

His comments amused and concerned viewers, many of whom were perplexed by how little Jennifer's husband knew about menstruation and sanitary products.

His comments amused and concerned viewers, many of whom were perplexed by how little Jennifer's husband knew about menstruation and sanitary products.

His comments amused and concerned viewers, many of whom were perplexed by how little Jennifer’s husband knew about menstruation and sanitary products.

‘Does it hurt when you take it off?’ he asked Jennifer, who laughed at her questions.

‘Doesn’t it stick to your skin?’ he continued. ‘Does it fit in your hair?’

After admitting that she thought it was like a wax strip, she was surprised to discover that the pad was actually applied to underwear.

‘Are you okay wearing this?’ she asked Jennifer in disbelief, comparing the pad to a ‘diaper’.

‘Is this the best a scientist can come up with?’ he continued. ‘All these scientists go into space and do all these things, and this is what they come up with?’

Jennifer then shows him a smaller pad without wings and tells him that it “really doesn’t do anything.”

‘It’s like an eye [mask]’, Toni jokes, putting it over her eyes.

“This is like going to sleep,” he said, pointing to the smaller notebook.

“And this is for when someone has major surgery, an amputation,” he said, picking up the largest pad.

“I feel really bad for you,” Toni concluded.

The couple often shares interactions from their married life on their Instagram and TikTok pages, where they have nearly 300,000 followers combined, and the pad clips rack up thousands of comments.

Toni’s thoughts both amused and worried viewers, many of whom were perplexed by how little Jennifer’s husband knew about menstruation and sanitary products.

“I’m convinced he doesn’t have sisters,” one user wrote.

“When he said ‘the best thing science could come up with is this’ THANK YOU LORD!!!!,” someone else added.

“We need it at the next Kotex meeting for reviews lol,” laughed another.

“My husband thought the sticky side went against your lady parts and I laughed so hard,” another shared.

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