Safety tip: Too much powder

Safety tip: Too much powder

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    Safety tip: Too much powder

    This is what can happen when you use too much powder . . .

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    I'll have to try that on our 3 month-old, LOL!!

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    Thar she blows, cap'n!!!

    Now they just need to keep that video to show to all the kids friends during those difficult late teen years, hehehehe...
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    Imagine in 16 years on the first date the video they will show to the kids partner.
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    Now, THAT is funny!!

    Thanks for posting that.

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