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Thread: Buying a big supply

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    Default Buying a big supply

    I'm planning on getting a bigger supply then my usual single pack at a time. I think I'll go with Tykables half case. I cleaned out my old and used up diapers for these already. I'm waiting for an opening that I can grab them out of the mail without any questions and my tax return.

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    I just saw the sizes for the ABU Space diaper and now I want to try them before I get this bigger supply down the road.

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    The ABU is the Sherman tank of diapers. No matter how much I drink before bed it holds everything.

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    I wonder what the mail situation is to be honest. i havent met anyone who disliked the space so far, they are a very good diaper that hold a ton and are cute to boot. I don't know if you noticed but ABU has a mixed case to try different products. I believe the only real difference is the look, but I'll let you be the judge.

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    I prefer the paws, and I think they said there is a slight physical difference. Drank a lot before bed? Paws it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulqy117 View Post
    I wonder what the mail situation is to be honest.
    What do you mean by this? I'm a cautious person. I like to have a layout plan before getting anything risky. Diapers are sadly included in this list.

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