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    Default Kindy/preschool question sort of spin off

    Further to the missing child care clothing thread yesterday...

    My ds has come home from kindy/preschool with someone else's wet undies in his bag. Bit gross.

    Do I take them back to school or chuck em?

    I just want to chuck em..

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    I'd chuck them.

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    I would wash and send back to daycare to be returned to their owner.

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    I'd wash them and send them back. Little person wee doesn't really bother me.

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    Eww chuck

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    I would wash them and send them back. If you don't want to, just double bag them and send them back. Don't chuck them out! It's a waste of the parents money, through no fault of their own. I think that'd be really rude.

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    Yeah I'd wash and send back so that the parent of the missing undie kid isn't confused. I'd be confused if my kid came home in different undies and I couldn't find the original pair, plus you'll be scoring karma points.

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    I'd wash and return as well

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    Sorry, I would chuck them.

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    I would chuck them.


 

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