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  • Abriannah M

    What happened bandaids. Bought colorful ones at the dollar store and write on them in permanent marker when kids get hurt. :)<<<<< great Idea !!

  • Jenn C

    Bandaids that explain what REALLY happened. Dance Off, Jousting, Ninja Fight, Shark Bite.

  • Bonnie Anderson

    what happened band-aids. I don't have these in my first aid kit. ;) funny. I bet kids would love these and it would help nurses be able to give shots promising the rare cool band AID! (I am a nurse I would think of that)

  • Megan Potter

    Urban Outfitters "What Happened?" bandages. Shark bite, ninja fight, jousting, dance off. too funny!

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