Seems like every day brings news of a new iPhone app that makes the device all that more indispensable. Take for instance, PMS Buddy, which lets men keep track of the menstrual cycles of the women in their lives.
PMS Buddy, due to launch for the iPhone this week, has been available as a free service for nine months. The site's tagline is "Saving relationships, one month at a time."
"It has exploded. We've passed 150,000 registered users," Jordan Eisenberg, founder and chief executive of PMS Buddy, said in a phone interview on Tuesday. The app also is available on Facebook where it has about 20,000 users, he added.
That's EXACTLY how I feel about that too. And I don't need any gadget to tell me when it's time for mine either. Oh, I know all right. I know. I get so grumpy and in pain that even the Devil, himself, cringes at the thought of me.
at least I think that's what I experience monthly. My depression symptoms become very apparent/much worse before my period. Suicidal thoughts and the whole nine yards. The little bit of medication I take daily helps lessen it.
9. Where's the device to protect women against the domestic violence, rape, assault and murder?
I find this type of 'warn men about PMS' stuff so offensive. A grouchy woman is nothing compared to men who lose their jobs and off their whole family. This type of sexism implies men are calm and reasonable, women raging idiots.
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