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    OK Bidet promoters, how long does it take to drip dry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOONDAWG View Post
    OK Bidet promoters, how long does it take to drip dry?
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    Ammo will get you through times of no money, better than money will get you through times of no ammo.


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    I ran by Costco the other day when things were really nuts and out of control, but all I was looking to do was top off the tank on my truck. The attendant told me how stupid long the lines had been in the store even before opening and that the gas pumps were pretty crazy for the greater part of the day.

    When I finished pumping my gas, I placed the handle back on the pump and walked over to get in my truck. That's when I heard the attendant call out to me not to forget my receipt. Without even blinking I called back out to him, THANKS...that little piece of paper should be good for one small wipe. The guy pumping gas in his SUV behind me shot his soft drink through his nose with laughter.

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    Bidet?? What does the absentminded democratic presidential candidate gave to do with butt wipe paper?

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    Wife and I bought two packages of toilet paper this morning.
    That a total of 24 rolls!!!!
    We are going to unpack them, spread them all over the living room floor
    and roll around naked in them.
    Not at the same time of course.
    That would just be weird.
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    I got a kick out of this but it would work!

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    My wife was at our Costco in Greenville, SC yesterday and said TP was in plentiful supply. Maybe they just got restocked because employees she asked were telling her that Friday was a nightmare with shoppers buying lots of items rumored to be in short supply. She bought one pack because we were getting a bit low. We have our normal supply most other items (soap, hand sanitizer, etc) and are not running out in a panic buying excessive amounts.

    Originally being from Michigan, this panic buying reminds me a lot of how many in my part of the South panic if there is talk of a 3"+ snowfall coming. People go nuts and buy all the bread, milk, toilet paper, canned goods AND BEER in sight at those times. Last time that happened, the store shelves looked like something in Moscow during Stalin's time............everything was GONE.

    Wife is an administrative RN in a hospice and in directly involved in infection control. She isn't panicking but she does suggest that I stay home as much as possible because I am in a much higher risk category (68 yrs old and diabetic). I usually do most of the shopping for us but she is doing it now just to keep my risk exposure lower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45 Forever View Post
    I got a kick out of this but it would work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacher39 View Post
    Wife and I bought two packages of toilet paper this morning.
    That a total of 24 rolls!!!!
    We are going to unpack them, spread them all over the living room floor
    and roll around naked in them.
    Not at the same time of course.
    That would just be weird.
    Oops! For a moment there, I thought I stumbled on to a different forum.
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    The neighbor is a cat lady I'm thinking in a pinch they could become self cleaning hiney wipers, Just a Thought....
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