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# 41654 21-Sep-2009 16:13
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I saw this Ad last Night while I was watching NCIS (TV3 8:30-9:30pm)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paw0M7p1-8k

I had to rewind it back to the Ad to watch it again, as I didnt quite understand what happened in the Car!
I have not experienced a 'Number 3' before! Any comments/experiences??




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  # 257392 21-Sep-2009 17:53
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i can vouch for the fact that a "No. 3" exists.... although perhaps not to the extent pictured in the AD :P




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  # 257393 21-Sep-2009 18:02
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never heard it called a No. 3 before but the phenomenon definately exists




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  # 257470 21-Sep-2009 23:41
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I have not experienced it either, at least not in my memory - who knows what happened many years ago?!

I dont have kids, but just about all of my friends that have had babies have experienced said event.

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  # 257642 22-Sep-2009 20:10
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My 5 month old son had a number 3 incident this morning :-) full change of clothes...

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