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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Dec 7, 2006.
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Are you putting together a shopping list? :laugh:
Whatever is in the bathroom at the time.
Depends on why ya need it :saint: (...sneaking out to go rollin'...)
Open college supply closets are perfect places to find TP for rolling! Oops, did i just confess something i shouldnt' have?
OK, it was for my band directore in Junior College when i lived in MS...i have since repented!
The sports section from the Utica Observer-Dispatch.
I was raised on a Sears Roebuck catalog and an outdoor toliet. We were lucky, we had a two hole toliet but most folks only had one hole. The biggest problem was the galisis of my bib overall kept falling down in the hole and I didn't notice until it was too late. You couldn't run to the house and get another pair for you were only allowed one pair a week, so you had to go sometimes to the creek and wash them off. Man, was it cold in that old toliet in the winter time. They were always around 100 ft from the house so you didn't waste much time. Toliet roll paper and white sliced bread is two of the best things ever happened to man. And we say, boy I loved the "good ole days". I grew up standing in front of a fire place in the winter to try to get warm. I remember newpapers plastered on the walls to keep out the cold air. I remember when electricty first came up our little hollow. When the grader came to grade the road it was a big thing for us young boys. We would chase that grader to the head of the hollow and back. Yea, "good ole days".
Lot of good this does me, we don't get that paper down here. :saint: :thumbsup:
Your raising sounds a lot like my grandma's, except for the roads and electricity part. In fact, the old "road" to the "house" where my grandma grew up is still 2 dirt slits with a narrow stretch of grass in the middle. It's about 5 miles long, I guess. About 3 years ago, I took my grandma and her baby brother to see the old homeplace. No house there anymore, but the creek was still there. We had to drive in the creek to get to the house. Being from Houston, I don't see that too often.
In any event, I think many of us see the "good ole days" as mid-1950's. At least there were paved roads and electricity. We would have the essentials.
Oh, by the way, was Charmin or Angel Soft around back then? Cause that's what I use.
PS My grandma still goes on about having funny papers on the walls of the house and Sears catalog for the "facilities". They were a family of 12 share-cropping cotton-pickers.
I would hate to know what the 3 that voted "don't buy it" use...leaves?
Toliet paper on a roll had never been invented as far as I know. Some even used corn cobs, kinda rough on the ole back side though
We only use them cobs that t'aint fittin' to make a smokin' pipe with.
Lol! I use a fair bit of that stuff, the people who make it are not stupid heh!
Like undertakers, never short of work;
The Romans used to use a sponge soaked in vinigar, ouch lol! Sorry if I am being a bit crass
No wonder they talk with a "high" pitch voice!!
It takes a real man to wipe with your hand. :laugh:
My neighbors raise dogs and they do as the dogs and drag their backside over the grass. (not)
This I remember from visiting my grandparents in Lousiana bt you forgot the best part. The kids never took from the toys section which of course was the first section the old folks ripped out. So you'd read from your favorite section while doing your do then flip to womens clothing or something for the paper work...
We use whatever's cheap now but me wife tought me not to by paper with color... She would prefer two ply soft something with a name on the package but will accept anything without color???
Who said dogs have no sense?
"(snif, snif) Glad to meet ya, you stay on Jones road don't ya?"
The cheaper the better. My dogs think that the toliet paper roll is the best daily toy in the house. :laugh:
Whatever is on sale, but if I'm buying then two-ply.