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Old 01-30-09, 11:07 PM   #1
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Man I love toilet paper!

I mean, shoot, where I;d be without it?
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Old 01-30-09, 11:08 PM   #2
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Old 01-30-09, 11:10 PM   #3
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My bathroom. Looking at the countless scraps scattered by my dog, and he looking smug with what's left of the roll in his mouth.
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I like the stuff that's not so soft you wanna do a Mr. Whipple, but not so rough you're doing rhinoplasty on your hiney.
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Old 01-30-09, 11:11 PM   #5
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I mean, shoot, where I;d be without it?
Washing your pants a lot more, one would hope.
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Hands too.
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One of 'em, at least.
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I definitely miss it when I have to go and there's none around.
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One of 'em, at least.
I'm a righty.
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Old 01-30-09, 11:19 PM   #10
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I mean, shoot, where I;d be without it?
You'd be somewhere out in the boonies, reciting, "Wipe with the left. Eat with the right."
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Thanks for sharing!
I just threw up in my mouth a little.
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No matter how poor I am I will never skimp on TP!

Cheap TP is the worst, might as well use sandpaper...
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Pardon me, but can you spare a square?
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Old 01-31-09, 04:42 PM   #15
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My wife regulary buys some butt greasing toilet paper with aloe added. do no want.
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Old 01-31-09, 04:44 PM   #16
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she trying to tell you something?
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she trying to tell you something?
my butt greased is more disgusting, if you can imagine that, than my butt ungreased. just so you know.
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my butt greased is more disgusting, if you can imagine that, than my butt ungreased. just so you know.
I was gonna 'fix' this, but then I'd have to ban myself.
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I was gonna 'hit' this, but then I'd have to out myself.
not that there is anything wrong with that'd it for you.
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Hey Jon, I dare you to use this as your sig. ^^^^^
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I have posted worse and been sigged before I think. Wordbiker had something about anal lube I posted if I recall correctly.
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Does anybody else have this hangup about buying TP while out grocery shopping? I mean, here you have a big package of like 18 rolls of something that everybody knows what you're going to use it for, and it's like you have an EIGHTEEN-PACK, which means you are planning to do a LOT of that thing. Isn't that embarrassing, or am I too obsessive about such matters??
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Hmm... without TP...

More automatic bidet systems that work like a car wash: Spray soap, rinse, then a clearcoat, finally an air drying cycle.
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Does anybody else have this hangup about buying TP while out grocery shopping? I mean, here you have a big package of like 18 rolls of something that everybody knows what you're going to use it for, and it's like you have an EIGHTEEN-PACK, which means you are planning to do a LOT of that thing. Isn't that embarrassing, or am I too obsessive about such matters??
I just say something like "Tonights mexican night". They usually blush and I get to laugh when out the door.
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Does anybody else have this hangup about buying TP while out grocery shopping? I mean, here you have a big package of like 18 rolls of something that everybody knows what you're going to use it for, and it's like you have an EIGHTEEN-PACK, which means you are planning to do a LOT of that thing. Isn't that embarrassing, or am I too obsessive about such matters??
I use reverse psychology. Once I stopped at the store with a friend and he laughed at me when I picked up my customary 12 pack (cheaper bought in bulk, and I don't like running out!), calling me "Sir-sh1t-a-lot"

I just marched back to the aisle and picked up a second 12 pack.
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