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Spring Break Overnight Kits: Women's vs. Men's

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Spring Break, whether it's in Galveston, South Padre, Florida or even one of the alternatives we suggested earlier, always brings with it the enticing possibility of a hook-up.

You never know when that magical combination of Jell-O shots, beer bongs and Jay-Z will make lust bloom, and you discover you won't be headed back to your room but instead spending the night with a member of the opposite sex.

You have to prepare for such eventualities, of course. Having all the necessaries with you is a smart idea. As with many things, men and women have different ideas on how to go about this.

Women

1. Wet Ones 2. Cotton Candy fantasy body spray 3. Men's body wash (in case he needs it) 4. Mouthwash 5. Baby Oil 6. "Be Still" face-freshening mist 7. Shampoo and conditioner 8. Kleenex (for, among other things, possible post-coital tears) 9. Morning-after pill 10. Condom pack from an AIDS clinic (with mint!) 11. Hand sanitizer 12. Lube 13. Toothbrush 14. Aspirin

And the men....

Scotch tape keeps the rubber fresh after last week's false alarm.

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