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    I want to buy a onesie on babykin.com, but I still live at my parents house and it's kind of hard for me to order.

    Any idea or advice?

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    Po box, false name, delivery when parents aren't in, deliver to neighbour?

    As for ordering, prepaid card or PayPal?

    But, if there's any risk involved, don't take it unless it's very low I'm afraid.

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    If you got a good friend you trust IRL. You could always ask them to use their address. I do that for when I order in expensive items that cost over $100 And I know I will be at work when they arrive.

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    In the upcoming event that I order and they find out, is there a logical excuse I could give?

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    babyricky11

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    A joke to a friend, or maybe a friend sent you it as a joke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyricky11 View Post
    A joke to a friend, or maybe a friend sent you it as a joke?
    Heck, that's a really good idea, thanks. I'll be sure to keep that in mind.

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    babyricky11

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    your welcome :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrinkleGamer View Post
    Heck, that's a really good idea, thanks. I'll be sure to keep that in mind.
    Only thing is if it looks like it's a good quality item, it's hard to pass of as a joke. If my child got a sample pack of nappies for example, I'd theoretically believe it was a prank. A good quality onesie though isn't as believable in my opinion.

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    A onesie is not like a case of diapers. It will probably come in a padded envelope that can be explained as a band t-shirt or something.

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