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Who Collects Caps That Rolls With Big Money? *LOL*

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Speaking of sanitary whites and things no longer worn, guess what else sells for big money?

Vintage Playtex rubber girdles. They go for anywhere from two to over four hundred dollars. The mind reels as to whom is shelling out so much money for forty year old rubber.

Probably some 60 y/o who can't find anybody to put a new rubber on for :D

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Probably some 60 y/o who can't find anybody to put a new rubber on for :D

I do declare, you is bad! *LOL*

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I do declare, you is bad! *LOL*

Sometimes all a body can be good at :D:cheers::hpygrp:

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I went to a school where caps were no longer issued, and I graduated in a mortarboard. I sometimes wish that we at least had the option of getting a cap, even if it meant I would wear it only once, then stick it on a shelf. Many faculty members had their graduation pictures in their offices--some of them graduated from my school--and I wanted a pic like that!

It's sort of like a wedding dress to me. You wear it once, pay the big bucks to have it put in one of display boxes by a professional cleaner, then bring it out only when helping children/grandchildren with their wedding plans...

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Oh, I just remembered that I did indeed wear a nursing cap at one time. A long-time friend of mine who helped raise me decided to dress me up in a candy striper outfit for Halloween when I was in kindergarten. She let me wear her nursing cap. :heartbeat

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I went to a school where caps were no longer issued, and I graduated in a mortarboard. I sometimes wish that we at least had the option of getting a cap, even if it meant I would wear it only once, then stick it on a shelf. Many faculty members had their graduation pictures in their offices--some of them graduated from my school--and I wanted a pic like that!

It's sort of like a wedding dress to me. You wear it once, pay the big bucks to have it put in one of display boxes by a professional cleaner, then bring it out only when helping children/grandchildren with their wedding plans...

We had the mortarboards for graduation.... and caps to look totally goofy :bugeyes: I appreciate the meaning of it- just hated wearing it :)

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