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    Default Goodnites boxers on clearance at Target

    They are down to 7.84 or something like that. Can't think they were a huge seller.

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    Do they fit teenagers? If so, I'll go and buy some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scritcher View Post
    Do they fit teenagers? If so, I'll go and buy some.
    They're well, mediocre when it comes to fitting teens. They probably fit me better than most, considering I can squeeze into a size 6 diaper if I need to. They're tougher to get into than regular Goodnites (Which I would recommend any day of the week over the boxers).

    One advantage that some might see is that if you cut off the paper "boxer" from the ensemble, the diaper underneath is nondescript, smooth, white plastic, making it seem a lot more like an actual diaper, which is a major plus for some.

    In my experience, however, they seem to hold more, at least the boys designs. I wouldn't waste time or money on them, personally, even if they are on clearance.

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    How did they work anyway? I have seen them at the store, but never got close enough to see any real details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scritcher View Post
    Do they fit teenagers? If so, I'll go and buy some.
    Actually, it means what you mean by "fit". I can squeeze them on, but not very comfortably. I would try them, and see if you like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourhuggies View Post
    How did they work anyway? I have seen them at the store, but never got close enough to see any real details.
    They were pretty much designed as follows:

    A white, plastic absorbent pad that connects to an elastic waistband. This waistband then connects to a pair of "boxer shorts," which seem to be made out of the same material that most diapers are covered in nowadays. If you remove the small piece of material that connects the front of the boxers to the back of the boxers, you get what looks essentially like a mini-skirt diaper.

    And as awesome as something like that would be, it's not all that amazing when done with a boxer Goodnite.

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    they're pretty good if you're looking for a plastic covered diaper.

    Definitely better than the 'brief' style, the boxers absorb a lot more!

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    I bought the girls ones at Walgreens last year for less than $3.00 a pack.... Gonna hold on to them for a few years then try and sell them on e-bay.

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    Hmm, I may give them a try - Where are they on sale at? Walgreens?

    EDIT: Oh, nevermind, they're at Target.
    Last edited by Scritcher; 02-Jan-2010 at 23:03.

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