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My prefix is the action of doing an action in the past
My suffix is one in a hundred
If you take a part of my prefix and put it together with my infix and suffix,
I almost got a 'P'ed on diaper.
Turn two letters of the word upside-down,
and part of the word would be an outdated person

What word am I?

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  • $\begingroup$ The 3rd line mentions an infix, which is not mentioned in the lines before. Was that deliberately? $\endgroup$ – Paul van Leeuwen Mar 8 at 18:41
  • $\begingroup$ @PaulvanLeeuwen Yes it was supposed to give more clues $\endgroup$ – UnidentifiedX Mar 12 at 13:54
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Are you a

didapper ?

Prefix:

did - the action of doing an action in the past

Suffix:

per, as in percent - one in a hundred

If you take a part of my prefix and put it together with the infix and suffix, you get

diaper, with a 'P' to spare

An outdated person is a...

dabber, if the Ps are made Bs by flipping them upside-down. To be frank, I thought dabbing was still popular. What does that say about me?

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  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to puzzling! Congrats, that is the correct answer! $\endgroup$ – UnidentifiedX Mar 10 at 11:17

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