Oldest diaper seen in person?

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kitterdafoxy

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Mine was depends in a pink package (1980-1985?) in 2005 at a truck stop traveling to my great aunts funeral (she was 95, so she lived a good life), and yes, I bought the pack for the grand total of $15.00 (which I have to mention was SUPPOSED to buy us food on the way, mom, grandma, and my uncle, I already brought food with me. I still have the unopened pack, it took me a lot of stealth to get it. I had to hide it from Illinois to Virginia and all the way back to Indiana, if you want, I can tell the full story, it's long, but it's hilarious :smile1:.
 

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umm at a gas stop i found some of the 2001 pullups or the ones before they had print

gas stops don't seem to sell diapers if you go out far you can find alsorts

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2001 PullUps WITHOUT prints, I thought they had Mickey prints back then, or apparently in very select areas (mine was one), they had PB&J Otter prints, I'm not joking around here.
 

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im not 100% but they were plain no prints so could be even older
 

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2001 PullUps WITHOUT prints, I thought they had Mickey prints back then, or apparently in very select areas (mine was one), they had PB&J Otter prints, I'm not joking around here.
OMG PB&J Otter. Those would be awesome to see. Childhood.
 

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Yeah, I think I posted the prototype pictures in another thread, why does EVERYBODY remember PB&J Otter?
 

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I once found Pampers from 1976 at a store at a KOA campground in Three Forks, Montana in the summers of 1999-2002. They were only six dollars a pack and I wanted to buy a pack but didn't know how I would hide it from my whole family. I doubt they're still there.
 

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Pink luvs last month in a church unisex bathroom. Was with buddy so couldnt hid it on me
 

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I have worn the single tape, "non fitted" original adult "incontinence pants" that came out around 1977. The first brand was a Medalist (sold at sears, though I found one at a pharmacy next to the Hopkins hospital in Baltimore where I used to go to lunch when I worked there). Another popular brand that came out a year later was Ambeze. These were made by Whitestone Products which eventually got bought out by Molicare. Curity also made a line of these diapers I also wore these.

Attends came out about 1980 around where I was living quickly followed by the GREEN (ugh) depends. This pretty much immediately displaced the above diaper style which I didn't like at the time because those were more like the pampers of my use than the fitted briefs.
 

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Dundee textile was a huge textile mill in middle georgia during the early and mid mid 20th century. In 200-2001 I found a boxed reusable brief from the 50s-60s. Wish I would of kept the box but I opened it up and have loved it to this day. It hangs out in my vintage collection.
 

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dundee textile was a huge textile mill in middle georgia during the early and mid mid 20th century. In 200-2001 i found a boxed reusable brief from the 50s-60s. Wish i would of kept the box but i opened it up and have loved it to this day. It hangs out in my vintage collection.

pictures :)?
 

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I'm not really sure what year they're from, but there's a package of (I assume) 90's Goodnites in size L/XL at a gas mart/store that my family stops at pretty regularly to fuel up out boat before heading onto the lake. The pack is pretty much entirely green with white lettering.

It's an old, rural country story and a lot of the merchandise is stuff that clearly hasn't been touched for decades. It's like walking into a time capsule when you go inside.
 

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I'm not really sure what year they're from, but there's a package of (I assume) 90's Goodnites in size L/XL at a gas mart/store that my family stops at pretty regularly to fuel up out boat before heading onto the lake. The pack is pretty much entirely green with white lettering.

It's an old, rural country story and a lot of the merchandise is stuff that clearly hasn't been touched for decades. It's like walking into a time capsule when you go inside.

Look for Chrystal Pepsi, it sells for $116.00 for a 2 liter!
 

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Look for Chrystal Pepsi, it sells for $116.00 for a 2 liter!

Just don't try to drink it. I've seen some pretty bad videos of people drink the Crystal Pepsi. On a side note, I absolutely loved Crystal Pepsi when it was first released.
 

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The oldest diapers I've (knowingly) seen in person are my own old Curity cloth diapers, worn by me and by my sister when we were babies. I have a handful of them, and my parents still have many more. I've also found and purchased a few packages of the same diapers on eBay, new and unopened. I like to use these as stuffers. I'll also sometimes pin a few of them together and create a properly-sized makeshift diaper, much as I often did when I was a kid. Depends on my diaper mood-swings.

Although still a bit pricey, these vintage cloth diapers are nowhere near as expensive as vintage packages of Pampers and Huggies. I'd love to score a package of 1989-1992 Pampers again, but at $250-350 US per bag, it's just not worth it to me. For a collector, maybe, but for somebody who intends to actually use them, no. $250 is too much money for me to literally piss away. When eBay was new, back in the late 90's, I did use it to purchase a bag of the 1989 Ultra Pampers for Her, which were the first Pampers I'd ever used. I paid about $50 + shipping, IIRC. If only!
 

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Just don't try to drink it. I've seen some pretty bad videos of people drink the Crystal Pepsi. On a side note, I absolutely loved Crystal Pepsi when it was first released.

I have a picture of me as a baby chugging a small Chrystal Pepsi, times were very different!
 
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