I suspect those bottom tubes of toothpaste are pretty old. It's Colgate. My husband and I use a different brand, so we've been stockpiling these tubes for years. Figure we each get a tube every time we go for a cleaning and checkup and we go twice a year. So four tubes a year for 18 years is a lot of tubes.
I don't think we really had that many left. Some have gotten used for traveling and I've donated some over the years. But I bet we had two or three years worth.
I was just happy that one, someone was using them and two, I had finally convinced my daughter she should use grownup toothpaste. But now I feel I haven't paid adequate homage to her first year of using grownup toothpaste. I feel she's been neglected because she's been using leftover toothpaste for the past year.
How many years of therapy will she need when she remembers she used leftover, forgotten toothpaste for her entire first teen year? Those are the kinds of memories people grow up and make movies and books out of.