By whinywiper - 25/05/2012 15:10 - Canada
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just be like those middle Easterns and use your "dirty" hand. it can be washed and you save paper. talk about a win win.
79- this is true. That is why, in some cultures, it is offensive to offer your left hand in a handshake because that hand is considered the "dirty" hand used to wipe themselves. People don't realize that there are millions of people who would consider indoor plumbing and toilet paper a luxury. Yes, toilet paper is considered a luxury in some parts of the world. I get where 3 was coming from but his delivery is horrible.
I got a lot on my mind, and see shit like ShuckFit's comments to deal with daily. So don't come on here to play devils advocate, it makes you look stupid. ShuckFit, take your sweet ass time to come up with a witty response. We'll be waiting. ^FMLgangLULZ!!!^ > The time changes allll day.
Put laxatives in their drinks. It'll force them to buy toilet paper or else.
What have you been wiping yourself with for the past five days then? O.o
Kleenex always does the job for me when I'm too lazy to grab a new role.
Btw, people do use a small bucket, soap and water in different countries.
wow! lazy ass people! it's called WALKING!! chances are that the nearest store isn't more than a 20 minute walk. and if it is, take the BUS. ever heard of that?? if I need something that desperately and my parents can't take me to the store, I walk. and that's with a bummed leg.
106 - And if you don't own a moped, bike, etc? I sure don't and I live in a city rather than a rural area. Not to mention hitch-hiking can be extremely dangerous! You never know who you are getting into a lockable vehicle with. That is never something I would suggest. The only alternative I could suggest is phoning a friend or friends parent for help or a ride. Say OP was 11: would you want your 11 year old kid in a car with a potential serial killer? Hell no! If OP has someone Rey trust then they should ask for help, never go with someone you don't know!!
City People are so paranoid. If you're in the city, tp isn't far away, if you're in the country, chances are that everyone on the road is local, and we run undesirables out of our towns quick. Calling neighbors to tell them their kid is at or on his way to the store is nothing new where I come from.
25-I live about six miles to the closest store that sells toilet paper. More than a twenty minute walk! And guess what? Buses aren't common where I live, I live in the country! Just saying, that seems like a long walk that'll take a long time. But Op should just get a friend to give them some when they see them,; I'm sure they'll be glad to help(: