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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    It's kind of a spinoff to the designer clothing thread. The other day i had someone have a go at me because my daughter was wearing bonds undies. now i brought them because the cheap kmart ones fell apart after a few months. I pay i think $9 for 3 pairs of bonds and i agree thats expensive but she wears them for at least a year before she grows out of them so i figure that the same amount would be spent on replacing the kmart ones of just buying bonds. what do you reckon?? do you kids wear bonds undies lol

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    Why would someone have a go at you about that?? Weird!

    I don't buy them because my girls have such little bums and they never have their size. But DF and I wear them.

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    I think it because she thinks i have more money then sense or something to that effect.

    I've only ever found her size at myer and its a bit hit and miss as to when they have them.

    I haven't decided but i reckon my DD2 will probably wear them as well when the time comes so they will really have paid for themselves many times over

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    Yes my dd wears bonds undies but they were from outlet in melbourne lol

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    I have to agree, the bonds ones at much better. Those pack of 3 for $1.50 at kmart have been crap. The elastic went in them after 2 washes.

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    My DS has a few pairs, mainly best an less ones. My dd has Kmart ones as she isn't quite ready but wants them lol I put them over nappies when wearing a dress

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    I spend $8-$10 for ONE pair of undies for my 6yo……

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    Bonkers is offline wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    Hmmm this reminds me I need to get myself some new ones heheh

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    Sheesh should try shopping for boys bonds undies over $10 for ONE pair of trunks!!!

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    Not bonds but i refuse to buy kmart or best n less knickers for my kids as they just fall apart and never fit them nicely.

    I buy them target brand ones and never had a pair fall apart yet


 

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