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Bachman pretzels once offered a $2.50 bikini, "made of velvety non-woven material, the bikini can be worn several times before you discard it."
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I don't know that I would want a bikini that could be worn "several" times before discarding. How many is "several"?
23 September 2011 at 11:03 PM
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