Bonus question of the day, Inspired by tammy B

This bonus question I am asking was inspired by the blogger Tammy b from

She asked the same question on her blog! If you don’t follow Tammy I highly recommend you go check out her blog!
So what is the question?

What should be in a vending machine that isn’t?

Will love to read your answers!

Author: Carol anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

6 thoughts on “Bonus question of the day, Inspired by tammy B”

  1. We habe them still around in the malls, hospitals, theme parks and places like that.

    I can’t think of what should be in them that aren’t seeing as it seems like you can buy everything from condoms and female products to pacifiers in them.


  2. Vending machines still exist in places. Not sure what can be put into one that isn’t already BUT…
    I absolutely know what should NEVER EVER be put into a vending machine, and yes, I am talking to JAPAN. I could have lived my entire life happily not knowing y’ all have used panty vending machines. That’s not kinky, it’s warped.
    Don’t even get me started on what bizarre items they’ve put Hello Kitty on that sooo do not belong and I’ve had to explain to my daughter what she just saw on youtube.
    For such a button down serious hard working country, when people in Japan unwind and ‘let loose’, they don’t half ass it. I can respect that. Just no used panty vending machines or Hello Kitty ‘massagers’, for the love of pegacorn.

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