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Old 07-28-2009, 07:03 PM   #41
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Old 07-29-2009, 09:01 AM   #42
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I bought one item approximately 5-6 yrs ago. My daughter was a Mohiganette (dancing band member) and had to have a pair of short demin overalls for a costume. My daughter was tiny and still is even after having a baby. At the time, some 0's were too big for her. We went everywhere trying to find the overalls for her, to no avail. Someone suggested Ebay and I thought what the heck, I would try it. I found a perfect pair that were originally from the GAP in her size and the transaction could not have went any smoother. I have not used it since, but I can remember thinking that after I retired, I would have to check it out more. I have been retired over 3 years, but still have not found the time to check it out yet. Too much other stuff that I would rather be doing. I have never been a big shopper.

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