A Comprehensive Carry On Packing List: Reviewed

I’m useless at packing. I always over- or underpack, often to disastrous consequence. I decided that on my recent trip, this would be a thing of the past. Starting with my carry on luggage. I trawled the actual whole internets for tips of what to pack in your carry on luggage, and most were boringly similar. Passport, tickets, money, etc etc. I may be packing challenged but I’m not a total idiot. However, there was one video I found that stood out.

In the video, Karissa’s comprehensive list covers all the items which she takes on the plane with her, and there were quite a few I’d never thought of before. Her practical approach appealed to me and I like the fact she does long-haul, international flights as well. So I thought I’d pack exactly what Karissa packed, and see which things I used, which I didn’t, and which were revolutionary. I’m here to share the results with you. What I will continue to pack is denoted by a Y or N after the item. High-tech, I know.

In the order that Karissa mentions:

Large water bottle with a clip – Y
I completely agree with this entry and you know what, the clip really does make a difference. I bought myself this bottle* from Amazon and whilst the fact it’s a floppy bottle takes a bit of getting used to, I like the fact that it squishes up and takes up barely no room when it’s empty, and it’s got the all important clip. Leg room is at an absolute premium for me on flights, and I found that this meant my water hung just out of the way of my legs whilst still being easily accessible. We’re off to a good start!

Passport in a bright cover – Y
I took this to heart and bought the brightest travel wallet I could find, coincidentally from my favourite store, Kikki.K. Sadly it’s no longer available (here it is in boring black) but you can see it in action in this post. I decided to get a travel wallet rather than just a passport cover because I thought it would be more efficient. Also, I used the very cute passport cover that says “let’s get lost” pictured in that same post for my last 2 trips and I kept having to take it out of the holder to go through scanners, etc. So I’ve ditched the cute cover and I’m just sticking with the obnoxiously bright travel wallet.

Wallet with a zip – N
As previously mentioned, I’ve combined this with the above. The wallet handles currency nicely and nothing flies everywhere when you open and close it, like it did with my last travel wallet that had a popper closure.

Copy of all important documents scanned in to Dropbox – Y
This is a good one. We (the Royal we, meaning my lovely husband) did this for me and sent copies to our email addresses and our parents. Just to be on the safe side.

Thick socks – Y
I’m always freezing, especially on aeroplanes, so this is a must for me.

Extra pair of underwear – Y
This isn’t something I’d thought of before but I’m now a complete convert. I’m not going to go on about it, but if you’re sceptical just try it.

Headphones – Y
I’ve got my Bose QuietComfort 25* noise cancelling headphones that I got from NYC, thanks again for the recommendation Kerri! My husband now wants a pair, too… These have made all the difference to my ability to be able to zone out and enjoy a film on board. I highly recommend them if you can afford the splurge.

Hand sanitising spray – Y
Yes! This is kind of a revelation. I bought this Clinell one* and would recommend it. On 3 out of the last 4 flights I’ve been on, I’ve immediately sprayed down my seat area after boarding the plane. You may get some strange looks but they’ll all be going home and buying themselves a spray for their next flight, you know it. Also, the last flight I took I got self-conscious and didn’t spray, and now I have the mother of all colds. Make of that what you will.

Saline nose spray – Y
I tried using this on my flights to and from New York. I find nose spray weird and I had lost it somehow by the time I was packing for the Big Trip so it didn’t come with me. And I got sick.

Eye drops – N
These I passed on, because I don’t really suffer from dry eyes. I might consider it for the future, though.

Mouthwash – Y
This is a great idea, especially in the travel mini size. Sometimes when you’re on a plane and everything feels gross, you just need a little extra. This was it.

Teeth wipes – N
Karissa recommends taking these instead of a toothbrush – I’m not so sure, primarily for brace related reasons. I’m just not sure my teeth would feel clean enough after using a wipe and it certainly wouldn’t do the trick on my braces. Instead, I brought my travel electric toothbrush in a ziploc bag. I figure that ought to keep the germs at bay.

Hand cream – Y
Yep, it’s really dry on planes and yep my hands did start to suffer. Especially with all that antibacterial nonsense.

Makeup – Maybe?
Karissa takes: eye cream / hair oil / BB cream / concealer / blush / face powder / brush / eyelash curler / fibre brow gel / mini mascara / perfume tester. I might take some of the above, depending on how put-together I need to look when I get off the plane. For my last 2 flights I’ve boarded and de-planed (my new favourite word, I now de-anything I leave eg de-boat, de-house, de-car) sans makeup and been quite happy about that. However en route to NYC we had a full day ahead of us when we landed, so girlfriend needed a little help with that.

Stick deodorant – Y
Why would you not want to take deodorant with you? This was great for a mid flight pick me up. If you take a stick deodorant it shouldn’t count against your liquids/gels allowance, either.

Face wipes – Y
Always, yes. Even if you don’t need to take off makeup these are great for refreshing your face when you’re halfway through the flight and everything is miserable.

Hair ties and grips – Y
Always useful, my hair usually starts bothering me at some point and it’s good to be able to hide it away if it goes mysteriously greasy mid-flight.

1Above tablet – N
I had to google this to find out what it is, but it’s a tablet with various vitamins and extracts in that are supposed to perk you up and counteract the effects of jet lag – personally I want to see the ingredients list to check it’s not just a caffiene pill, but that’s just me. I didn’t try these out. NZD$18.00 for 4 seemed a little steep for something I am not convinced isn’t hokum. If anyone has tried them, please let me know how you got along.

Pen – Y
You always need a pen! Landing forms, customs forms, emergency postcards, there’s always something that needs writing. There’s a pen holder in my Kikki.K travel wallet so I just make sure there’s always a decent, working pen in there and I’m good to go.

Pantyliners – Y
Definitely a good idea to keep you feeling less disgusting.

Emergency sanitary pad – Y
You never know, always good to prepare for the unexpected. Especially when the unexpected is a situation you really don’t want to deal with. I’ve gone for tampons instead but the choice is yours, my friend.

Vag wipes – Y
This made me laugh for so long but it’s actually genius. I now have what I have termed my lady bag which contains these, the pantyliners and tampons, spare undies, and a ziploc bag. I can take the whole kit and kaboodle to the loo with me and have a complete freshen up. I don’t want to be dramatic about this but it’s kind of a game changer. Sidenote: vag wipes seem unusually hard to find in the UK. I ended up getting these* and they work just fine although the description on Amazon is well dodgy…

Extra ziploc bag – Y
See above. I also carry extra extra ziploc bags in case someone forgot their liquids ziploc bag, something looks like it might explode, or there’s some free food going that I can pinch for later. No shame. I have no shame.

Moisturiser sachet – Y

I actually took a small travel tube with me so I could use it on the way out and back, plus there’s always too much in the sachets for me anyway. My skin is dry to begin with so on flights it just goes crazy; this is an essential for me.

Sheet mask – Maybe
I thought my bestie was going to disown me when I slapped this on on our flight to NYC. I had a great time. I found it was a little bit messy though, and on my last 2 flights it never seemed to be the right time – I was either eating or sleeping, neither of which are conducive to putting on a sheet mask. I think I’ll take this on a case by case basis in the future.

Q tips aka cotton buds – N
If I’m taking makeup on, then these will be useful to tidy up the inevitable turbulence-induced disasters. If not, I’m not sure what I’d use these for so I’d probably pass.

Melatonin – Y
I only bought this when I was last in the US but I’ve been desperate to get my hands on some for ages. You can’t buy it over the counter in the UK, and having studied the effects of melatonin as part of my degree I’m convinced it’s the secret to getting over jetlag. I’ll let you know how I get along.

Extra electrolyte sachet – Maybe

I used some rehydration salts which I think is the less glamorous version of this – to be honest I totally forgot I had them, and they make me feel a bit funny anyway. I really don’t like the taste. Maybe this would really help with feeling less grim when I arrived, but I’m not convinced on this one. I need to give it a try a few more times I think.

Protein bars – Y
Always always protein bars! Gluten free meals are usually disgusting, generally not filling, and are sometimes mislaid altogether. I always carry some type of bar with me, usually multiple, just in case.

Just-add-water meals – Y
I wish I could have an instant porridge pot like Karissa has, but the only ones I could find were pre-flavoured with golden syrup which is just far too sweet for me. They’re pricey, too. So I found some sachets of porridge oats that I brought with me for the flights where I had enough food, and forgot on the flight where they had nothing to feed me for 8 hours except a small side salad, 2 bits of melon and a strawberry…

Cough drops – N
I don’t like cough drops myself and I’m not ballsy enough to hand one to a stranger in a passive-aggressive manner, so this was a pass from me.

Earplugs and eye mask – Y
These are now essentials for me. I didn’t use the earplugs* on the flight as I generally can’t sleep on planes anyway, but I had to use them to sleep on our Amtrak ride because it was so incredibly noisy. I almost had to use them on our cruise when the waters got rough and our cabin developed a strange squeak, but I soldiered on through without. My eye mask I wore all the time though, even when I wasn’t sleeping (!) because it’s infused with lavender. This* seems to be the closest to mine that I can find. I find it really soothing so I keep it around.

Magazine – N
I am anti-magazine (that’s a story for another day) so I didn’t bring any of these with me. I prefer to read a book and/or my Nook.

Mini colouring book and pens – N
I like the sentiment behind this and perhaps on another flight I’d do this, but again I passed on this in favour of a book. That’s just me.

iPad – N
I don’t own one so… that’s a no from me. I did download some programs from BBC iPlayer onto my iPhone though, which was great. Generally I find I’m quite happy with the seat back entertainment, plus I’m too stingy to pay for films from iTunes etc. I can more than make do with what the airline provides… unless it’s Asiana (sorry, Asiana).

Portable phone charger – Y
I’m not sure why I haven’t jumped on this bandwagon sooner. I have this Anker portable charger* and it’s so neat! I can get a charge and a half out of it usually, and it’s quick to charge itself.

Phone charge cable and plug – Y and Maybe
The phone charge cable is necessary to use the above device, and is also handy in case your seat back entertainment has a USB charging socket which my last 4 flights have all done. It’s so handy and I wish all planes had it. The plug, I’m not so sure about. They’re quite bulky but you do find plugs in unexpected places so maybe it’s worth it.

Kindle – Y
I have a Nook, same same. For my last 2 flights I’ve ended up taking my Nook and a real book, which I think is a bit silly. I need to work on that.

Blotting papers – Y
These are a good idea, planes make me shiny. It’s not nice feeling like a greaseball so I’ll definitely be taking these in the future.

Lip balm – Y
Alright I bring about seventeen of these with me everywhere I go. I am very good at losing lip balms so I need backups for my backups.

So, that’s the end of Karissa’s list. Of course, I have a few more things of my own to add:

Important paperwork
Including but not limited to travel insurance documents, details of accommodation, transport, and any other bookings I’ve made, and a letter from my surgeon explaining I have a metal spine and that’s why I’ve set off the metal detector.

Painkillers
Paracetamol, Ibuprofen, tramadol for emergencies – chronic pain, yo. Shake me and I rattle.

First aid kit
Containing antiseptic wipes, normal plasters, blister plasters, and anything else relating to any injuries we may or may not have at the time.

Antibacterial travel wipes and hand gel
I’m now evangelical about disinfecting everything everywhere. If only I’d been so diligent on my flight home, maybe I wouldn’t have caught this monster cold?

Contact lenses
I prefer to not wear them for my flight, as they can get a bit uncomfortable after a while – especially in the dry cabin (maybe I need those eye drops after all). As I have the disposable kind, I just take an extra pair so I can put them in at the end of the flight and actually be able to read the signs at my destination.

Tide To-Go stick
I’m clumsy. This is a necessity. These are pretty hard to find in the UK, you can’t buy them in shops. I found them here* though, if you need some.

This sounds like a lot, and maybe it is, but it all fits comfortably in a rucksack which I find the most comfortable way to carry things around – Karissa recommends a tote bag but they just don’t work for my back, especially with this amount of stuff in it..!

What do you take in your carry-on? Anything you’d add to this list, or are you horrified at this amount of stuff?

Finally, thanks Karissa for inspiring and informing this post. I don’t know you, but from one long haul flyer to another, high five to vag wipes!

-Rachel

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30 Comments

  1. 16th September 2016 / 13:03

    well goodness if this isn’t so real of all the things one needs. i swear this is why it takes me longer than expected to pack bc it’s all about strategy haha. i need most of these things. i’m glad the noise cancelling headphones were still worth it! plus if anything happens to them you can return to bose and literally get a whole new pair (if they cannot fix) for a really really cheap cost. good tip. and everything about feeling refreshed after a long flight or during – including face wipes and new undies – sign me up!

    xoxo cheshire kat

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:44

      That’s exactly it! I stress about what would be the absolute best thing/order/way to pack my stuff and I get myself in a right knot. So I’m glad to have one big list that’s got everything covered and I don’t have to worry about it. I tend to sort it into smaller bags which I can pull out as and when I need them, save me showering the inside of the plane with ‘intimate wipes’!

      That’s great about the Bose guarantee, yet another thing to add to the list of things I love about them!

  2. 16th September 2016 / 14:27

    holy moly long list! i totally bring an extra pair of underwear when i fly international. so yep. i feel you there.
    i am definitely not a makeup person when i fly. lol.
    that tablet.. interesting. eh.
    LOL at vag wipes. hahahahahaha.
    oooh why are you anti magazine? i wouldn’t say i am anti magazine, but i absolutely do not buy them. the only time i read them anymore is at the hairdressers waiting for my turn, but for the most part i’m all about the books.
    i’ve tried a zillion earplugs, they don’t work on me. but i have never tried an eye mask, i want one!
    i am very good about losing lip balms as well! on my most recent trip, i only brought one and i accidentally lost it on the first day lol
    i am stingy paying for films as well, and i am generally okay with books or what they offer in flight. i’m pretty easy to please, but i think my kindle plays videos so i might see about downloading some things for my next long flight.
    my essentials for carry ons are pretty boring: book/kindle, headphones (not fancy ones), tissues (seriously like a box), underwear, tampons, makeup wipes (i will need to try blotting papers!), hair tie, lip balm, moisturiser, toothbrush and stuff and ibuprofen.
    pinning this for my next flight 🙂

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:48

      Yeah it’s pretty long, isn’t it?!

      I’m anti magazine because they’re SO EXPENSIVE (like, crazy money) and it’s like 80% adverts now, and I don’t really find the articles particularly… uplifting? Like, I put down the magazine feeling worse about myself for one reason or another. So I decided it was time to cut that nonsense out. Why bother when there are so many good books waiting to be read?
      You seriously have to get an eye mask! I often wear it at home to sleep now, like if I have a headache or I’m finding it hard to sleep. They’re actually amazing.
      I think downloading stuff on your kindle would be great especially for the annoying bit before you get on the plane, you know the waiting around after security, at the gate etc. I usually spend that time being sad there’s nothing gf I can eat so watching something good would definitely be more fun than that!

  3. 16th September 2016 / 18:39

    WOW!! This is an incredible list, thanks for taking the time to make it, I am saving this for my next long haul flight as there are lots of things on here that I haven’t thought of but are genius!!

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:40

      I really hope it comes in useful! For me it’s good to have even the obvious and/or small things listed because I’m that girl who will forget them otherwise. Let me know how you got along 🙂

  4. 16th September 2016 / 20:37

    This is an awesome list! It’s long but I always carry tons of stuff with me, and you really never know when you’re going to need it. I’m heading on a moderately long flight in a few weeks and I’m bookmarking your post so I can try it too. Bringing a water bottle has been life-changing for me. You can fill it up in the airport and save a ton of money. Plus, the flight attendants are very generous about pouring up a water bottle.

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:42

      Exactly! You just need one unexpected delay and you’ll be very glad of the spare undies and toothbrush. Isn’t the water bottle thing great? I’ve also discovered that there are often very discreet water taps on the outside of the bathroom wall. It often doesn’t have cups or anything with it so you wouldn’t always notice it was there, but I can use that for filling up without having to wait for an attendant. I guess not all planes have them but now I’ve seen them once I can’t stop seeing them!

      I hope your next flight goes well 🙂

  5. 16th September 2016 / 21:20

    Thanks for your review of the list, Rachel. I completely agree with your take on the items listed, except for eye drops. I need my eye drops!

    The packing of fresh underwear etc was a game changer for me too 😛

    Instead of moisturizer sachets, I pack a little bottle of rose hip oil it works as an all over moisturizer for me. My routine on my plane seat is really easy. Spray some water on my face, wipe with a wipe, blot with tissue then use a few drops of rose hip oil. I do have really dry skin though so this may be too heavy for some.

    The only food I bring on planes these days is fruit – dried or fresh.

    Flight socks are a must. Am grateful for PJs on my work flights.

    Just kindle and phone for me with regards to entertainment. I don’t have free to air at home and never go to the movies so long haul flights are my chance to catch up.

    All this talk of flying is making me want to travel again soon!

    SSG xxx

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:40

      I think the need for eye drops will come to me sooner rather than later, especially if I keep needing to wear my contacts!

      I have super dry skin too, so I’d be very happy with that routine. I’ve tried rosehip oil before but I wasn’t convinced it did much for my skin. Perhaps I need to give it another crack.

      I definitely hold off going to the cinema on the lead up to a long haul flight, it’s pretty exciting working out what might be on the plane. That’s a bit nerdy but I do love films!

      I hope you get to fly somewhere exciting soon! Preferably with pjs 🙂

  6. 17th September 2016 / 02:11

    This is such an awesome packing list! Love the water bottle suggestion 🙂

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:38

      Glad you liked it! The water bottle is a lifesaver, especially with how stingy they are with water on planes now. Also if you have a delay, like we did on our way home…

  7. 17th September 2016 / 18:12

    I am definitely saving this – especially for the long haul flight to Australia in a couple months, I’m gonna need all the help I can get. I recently got a new little external battery and it’s so good – I got the bigger Anker one so it has like 6 charges in it. Genius.

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:37

      I hope it helps! So exciting about your Australia trip, not long now!

      Yeah I think my Anker has maybe 2 or 2.5 charges in, so not bad, but it’s heavy for the size it is. Is yours heavy too? If the larger capacity wasn’t significantly heavier than the smaller one I’d consider making the switch, just so I don’t have that inevitable moment of having forgotten to charge the charger…

  8. 17th September 2016 / 21:56

    That is such a long list, but most things seem pretty small and portable to easily fit into your carryon! I still remember all the stuff I brought on my first big international flight and how little it was used, haha! I’m much better with it now and I try to bring food always – I just have to be super careful as I like to bring fruit like apples and bananas and there are pretty tough laws around moving that kind of food between the states so I can’t pack it unless I’m definitely gonna eat it or I have to ditch it in the terminal.

    Away From The Blue Blog

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:36

      Exactly! It’s the small stuff that’s annoying to forget, like lip balm, so it’s good to have an actually comprehensive list to refer back to when I’m in my pre-packing panic.

      I have tended to overpack for my long haul flights, but better that than be bored for hours on end I reckon. And the number of sandwiches and pieces of fruit I’ve had to sadly wave goodbye to in the bins before Australian customs! I’ve also been known to hang around in the baggage hall stuffing my face frantically because whatever it was I had was too good to throw away. Man, I’m such a pig.

  9. 18th September 2016 / 03:30

    Whoa that’s definitely a very comprehensive list! (And one I’ll be coming back to when I’m packing for out trip to Europe in December!) 🙂
    I’m a huge lover of kikki k too! (to the point where it’s a bit embarrassing cause the girls working in the store all recognize me now! I’m in There way to often! Haha)
    Thanks for the awesome list Rachel! X

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:29

      Kikki.K is so amazing, it’s not embarrassing at all to be recognised as having such good taste 😉 I almost started getting recognised in the London store which is worse because I don’t even live in London… I hope the list helps you!

  10. 18th September 2016 / 04:28

    I need to bookmark this post for my next vacation! I brought a coloring book and pencils on the last flight I took, and I didn’t use them at all. Regular books are just easier!

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:28

      I really hope it helps! I have often fallen foul to overpacking entertainment items in the past, and I just end up watching the seatback screens anyway so it doesn’t get used. Also, I’m not sure the tables are really big enough to do colouring properly, I think I’d just get fed up with it (or end up jabbing my neighbours with elbows/pencils etc)

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:26

      Actually I forgot to add prescription meds to the list, thanks for the reminder! More than a bit annoying to be stuck somewhere without the right medication.

  11. 18th September 2016 / 13:52

    I have never thought to take vag. wipes, but it’s pretty genius. I do always bring a change of underwear (or two) and a ziploc bag because sometimes my travel ends up being 20+ hours and how would I not smell after that? I don’t often plan a specific carry on bag because I don’t usually check luggage, so less is more. I do always make sure to buy a water because I get sick of having to ask for it. (But refillable water bottles don’t really work if you’re travelling to places that don’t have drinkable tap water…) And I love having hand sanitizer (although I often lose it, haha.) I once read this horrifying article about the water that comes out of the tap in plane bathrooms and now I can’t even fathom touching it for anything.

    • 20th September 2016 / 22:25

      I know! There are a few things on the list that are kind of obvious when you think about it but I must be dense because it had never occurred to me. Yes to smelling after 20+ hours travel – we can fight it as much as possible, but to a certain extent it’s an inevitability! Unless you can find the elusive airport showers on a stopover… And yes this list is definitely tailored to places with sanitary drinking water, can you get bottles the sanitise as you go? Or is that not a thing?
      And I definitely don’t want to read that article because I don’t want my illusions shattered! Flying is already enough of an unpleasant experience 🙁

  12. 21st September 2016 / 17:14

    Wow. that is a lot of carry on items, and I don’t carry half of them, but I’m also the worst traveler ever. I probably won’t ever do the just add water meal which I had no idea existed, but I do need to start packing an extra outfit + undies because luggage mishaps happen. I have not experienced it yet, but I don’t want to have to learn the hard way. Who knew that vag wipes were not widely available across the nation? LOL. I like to have my noise cancelling Bose headphones + Ipad + book. I need to go ahead and try melatonin period because I have insomnia off and on.

    • 26th September 2016 / 13:59

      The just add water meals sound a bit gross but having just been stuck on a plane with no food for 8 hours, I’d have appreciated anything going! I’ve luckily never had a serious luggage mishap (only coming home which doesn’t matter too much, just means a few more days before I have to do all my laundry…) but they do happen and being prepared for it would make it waaaay less stressful. Good luck with the melatonin, I hope it helps. Insomnia is truly miserable.

  13. 23rd September 2016 / 11:17

    Wow, what a list. Vag wipes, indeed! I *do* take a lot of stuff in my carry including spare underwear, a change of clothes and make up. (Glad I’m not alone in that!) There is always a stash of gluten free emergency snacks. And now I travel with emergency distractions for the twins (aqua doodle pads, sticker books etc). And of course baby wipes. So perhaps I can cover off the vag wipes with those! Things I’ve packed in the past but have had to jetison more recently as a result of extra kid related carry on items are pack of Uno, swimming costume (so I can go immediately to the pool on flights landing in the morning) and a pair of flip flops. My feet really swell on planes so although I wear flight socks I prefer to just have flip flops on for the flight. Good tip on the hand sanitiser spray. I always carry a gel, but many times wish I had a spray instead. Must search one out.

    • 26th September 2016 / 15:44

      It’s quite the list, isn’t it? But I was getting fed up of carry on packing lists that just said passport, headphones, iPad and then moved on to the ridiculously expensive sponsored items they’d been asked to include. I can imagine travelling with twins ups the contents of your carry on significantly! A pack of Uno is a great idea, we could have done with that when our flight got delayed and we had a lengthy delay at the gate. I’ve also packed a swimming costume for speedy access (depending on the trip…not always useful on business, more’s the pity). I get awful cankles, I’ve tried flight socks but I’m pretty sure they do nothing. Do you have ones that actually work??

  14. 25th September 2016 / 21:33

    Holy cow! This is a huge and very encompassing list! I’m totally with you about preferring a book or my nook (iPad) to a magazine. You could almost combine all of those into one though and not have to carry all of those individually considering you can usually download magazines onto your devices now. Noise canceling headphones are definitely a must! I was really tired on our flight to Venice but a baby was crying and if it wasn’t for my noise canceling headphones I don’t know if I would have been able to fall asleep!

    • 26th September 2016 / 15:46

      Yep! It covers each and every little thing. That’s the great thing about everything going digital, is that you really can manage with just one device. Of course I end up taking seven anyway, but that’s just me. My noise cancelling headphones are new to me and I’m amazed at what a game changer they are. Definite lifesavers in the case of crying babies!

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