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    Hey Holly,

    So far the tube has held up to three weeks of use by two grownups. It got more of a workout towards the end of our trip when I was trying to squeeze the last bits out of it. And the kids have a tube with their flavor in it. It held up just fine. :) Seems sturdy enough... I should think it would hold up to a fair number of trips still, and even if I had to buy another one in a year, it's still worth it to not lug a standard tube around (and have my preferred brand of toothpaste with me). - I'm guessing it's good for at least a year's travel - we won't be on a lot of trips between now and winter break.

    Funny you should mention tooth powder, I caught Charade (with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant) while on the plane home, and there's a funny bit where Grant tries out some tooth powder. I didn't realize it was still available!

    (We had a bit of an Audrey Hepburn theme going on this trip - while we were in Italy, we walked into a gelateria which was decorated with scenes from "Roman Holiday". Then we found the DVD at the house were were staying in. DH and the ten-year-old loved it. I've only seen it like, nineteen times. :))
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    Oh Ghostery. Such a blessing, such a curse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ineffable View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger View Post
    So about melons. Wtf is up, Trader Joes, with your weird "Tuscan melons" that are gross and hard and flavorless?
    I know I'm late to the party and this is so off topic but I totally loved those Tuscan Melons. There was one point (when they were in season) where I was eating 3 or 4 a week. The ones we were getting were super ripe and delicious. Not hard at all. Maybe your store just got some crappy ones :(

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