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Old 03-24-2020, 07:47 AM
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Great idea about the bidets.
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No. It clogs drains, and is sometimes hard to flush away if to much at a time is used, which can get messy!
Best composted, burnt or bagged in general waste?
And you know this how? Is it common to use this in the U.K.?
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Have none of you grown up on a farm with the classic outhouse? Nothing on the farm went to waste including the news papers. Talk about being "pampered"!! Those really cold morning in the winter having to go outside to go to the bathroom? It is sad that a lot of you never had that wonderful experience. Be grateful for your life and be grateful that we have the current science to recognize the risk of the many exposures we run into.
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Thats the key, one package of Sam's--wow if you can't believe 24-30 rolls of TP are enough, get a life--never paper towels @ Sam's to BIG--the Admiral would get on my case
Tell the Admiral the hurricane season is just around the corner.
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Have none of you grown up on a farm with the classic outhouse? Nothing on the farm went to waste including the news papers. Talk about being "pampered"!! Those really cold morning in the winter having to go outside to go to the bathroom? It is sad that a lot of you never had that wonderful experience. Be grateful for your life and be grateful that we have the current science to recognize the risk of the many exposures we run into.

The outhouse output never went into the municipal sewer system. If you insist on testing the sewer, please flush twice.
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Also, consider purchasing a diaper pail and some inexpensive washcloths. Run them through your washing machine and reuse them.
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About time stores put limits on items. Should of done that two months ago.
The crazy hoarding did not begin until about 3 weeks ago
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And you know this how? Is it common to use this in the U.K.?
In UK during WW2 and just after, we were lucky to get newspaper, let alone toilet paper.
Used it and blocked the khazi with it.
That is why I treat all this panic buying of it with a liittle sangfroid
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About time stores put limits on items. Should of done that two months ago.
This should be done for EVERYTHING. One does not need 18 packages of hot dogs.I saw that this week at Publix.
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None left today.
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None left today.
I went today to Sams at 11:30 and there were people with TP in their carts. I asked and they said I had just missed it by about 15 minutes. So it's looks like about 11:00 or earlier is good for Sams. I also heard the Walmart in Leesburg has TP, and I just went on their website and it showed Charmin in stock. That's not that far, just off 441 about 3 miles south of 466A.
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