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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I just wouldn't think to throw them out. The OPs scenario has never happened to me but I've had a few small visitors borrow undies and they've always been washed and returned.
    If I know the person I don't throw them out. It's never happened to me either. I just know I send DS in undies that are like dandelion spores in term of how old they.

    I just can't believe the shock people are expressing about chucking out a pair of undies, and mentioning karma.

    I don't even unpack my DS's bag that thoroughly. There's probably got about 4 shirts and 2 jumpers in it that don't belong to him.

    But all undies will henceforth be washed and returned (assuming I ever look through his bag thoroughly).

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    Wow. Lots of responses.

    I'll be honest, I would have chucked em if I hadn't have posted this thread.

    To me it seems a bit gross, other peoples pee.. Big people or small.

    But...

    I'll say now that I've learnt something here and I will return them.

    Tbh I wouldn't have expected someone to hand back our undies in the reverse situation. They're just undies and soggy ones at that. But because I believe in good karma I will return them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    If I know the person I don't throw them out. It's never happened to me either. I just know I send DS in undies that are like dandelion spores in term of how old they.

    I just can't believe the shock people are expressing about chucking out a pair of undies, and mentioning karma.

    I don't even unpack my DS's bag that thoroughly. There's probably got about 4 shirts and 2 jumpers in it that don't belong to him.

    But all undies will henceforth be washed and returned (assuming I ever look through his bag thoroughly).
    I think karma is bullish!t but I can't believe you don't check his bag, my DS1 has tried to take matches and one of the cats to school and the crap he brings home is so impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I think karma is bullish!t but I can't believe you don't check his bag, my DS1 has tried to take matches and one of the cats to school and the crap he brings home is so impressive!
    I check it but only so far. His preschool tie anything wet or dirty in a bag and tie it to the outside of the bag so it doesn't get missed and then it's just lunch boxes and that 's it. I have so many bags to unpack and DD1 seems to be smuggling the entire contents of her classroom home one bit at a time so that keeps me occupied.

    A cat. That's impressive.

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