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Old 07-07-03, 04:39 PM
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What kind of toilet paper do you use?

I use charmin.
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The bra and panties section of the Sears Catalogue.
Old 07-07-03, 05:14 PM
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3 ply no name stuff, as long as it doesn't rip off my arsehole, it'll do.
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Charmin at home and some no ply stuff at work.
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Kleenex Cottonelle

Only the best for my pampered ass.
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Whatever is on sale.
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I'm rich as hell, so I use silk.
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Scott also.
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Defitely Kleenex Cottonelle Rippled and occassionally some Kleenex Cottonelle Wet Wipes to go along with it!
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I use Angel Soft (cheap but pretty soft).
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generic Food Lion brand -- dirt cheap and some of the most comfortable 2 ply stuff I've come across -- not nasty and flaky like the more expensive brands.
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I used to use Scott but he started getting annoyed so it's whatever the wife buys now.
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We were visiting Malaysia a few years ago and for those who have been there, know that toilet paper isn't always around in the public restrooms. In fact, you usually have to carry your own in the form of kleenex tissue paper.

Well, misfortunate struck my brother one day as he was experiencing diarrhea and used up his tissues. My cousin and I didn't have any on us so we searched around the mall (computer mall) but came up with nothing.

So we grabbed the only thing we could find that could be used as an alternative --- computer brochures and paper ads.

He had no choice but to use it and he came out walking like a penguin.
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Unscented. Preferably two-ply. i'm not too picky on brand - whatever's on sale.
S'funny... on the radio this morning i heard mention that something like 55% of people keep a roll of toilet paper in their car.
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once i used a brown lunch bag i tore into pieces. i even started a thread about it.
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