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dogboy

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I wonder how many of our younger members could have actually needed it back in 1992?
 

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Whenever you speak of the 90's, you should refer to them as "last century". :)

On the other hand, I have a goodly stockpile of late-70's and early-80's cloth baby diapers. Alas that the vintage dispies are worth more than their weight in gold--on eBay, anyway. Otherwise, I'd be stocking up on those, too.
 

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Hey, I was seven and still needed it then! *giggles*
 

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Well.. I had actually found babypowder from 1994 a few years ago, somewhere in my room.. :D Probably it was "mine", when I was 2 or 3 years old.. I tried it and shockingly it was still good. It was exactly the same as other newer powders.. :DD
 

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My dream is to find a bunch of vintage stuff from that time frame. It's a mix of missing out on the 90's and Pamperchu's videos :D
 

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Same here. He always seems to find the coolest things.
 

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I would think that unless a bottle of powder gets wet or an insect gets into the bottle, the powder will last a good long time, after all, talc is a mineral.
 
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