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Does anyone actually like patterned toilet roll?

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2 hours ago, Hopeful said:

 

Did you know you can only fold any piece of paper in half 7 times?, and even if it has a smear of shit between each fold.

Yes, I did, thanks to one of the many educational programmes on tv in the 70’s/80’s.

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3 minutes ago, Battenberg said:

Yes, I did, thanks to one of the many educational programmes on tv in the 70’s/80’s.

#MeToo. I have a feeling it was the sort of thing that would have been on HOW, but i don't think I saw it there. Was it Record Breakers ?

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4 hours ago, JFK said:

I do actually remember that bog roll from school. 

There was a reason I never took a number 2 at school.  In fact the bogs were so grim rarely took a piss there.  Used to go home for lunch or to a mates who lived across the road from school so we just went there en route from the chippy :)

When I was growing up with my two sisters mother complained about the cost of toilet roll and put izal in both loos. Posh eh? Two loos back in the 70’s!

The result of that was that we nicked from her box of paper tissues before going to the loo so she moaned about using too many paper hankies. I think it was father’s gross shit stained underwear though that forced her to change back to a kinder bog roll that actually wiped your arse more thoroughly.

When my daughter left home my bog roll expenditure decreased dramatically. She was recently home for a week and I had to buy extra to keep my stock up!

I’m not too fussy about bog roll, as long as it’s not izal, and buy what’s on offer with the lowest cost per sheet.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Van Lady said:

When I was growing up with my two sisters mother complained about the cost of toilet roll and put izal in both loos. Posh eh? Two loos back in the 70’s!

The result of that was that we nicked from her box of paper tissues before going to the loo so she moaned about using too many paper hankies. I think it was father’s gross shit stained underwear though that forced her to change back to a kinder bog roll that actually wiped your arse more thoroughly.

When my daughter left home my bog roll expenditure decreased dramatically. She was recently home for a week and I had to buy extra to keep my stock up!

I’m not too fussy about bog roll, as long as it’s not izal, and buy what’s on offer with the lowest cost per sheet.

 

 

 

stoppit, i cant breathe, hahahahahah!

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8 minutes ago, ashestoashes said:

has dosbods been nobbled by british intelligence by a series of ever more outlandish thread topics to stop serious discussion breaking out during these troubled times ? 

I don’t think so. Many of us seem to enjoy some light hearted banter and trivial chat to relieve the overall dire state of the modern life.

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8 hours ago, This Time said:

The stuff has become ubiquitous. I just discovered that Tesco own brand is pattern free but they're switching to patterned now. Can anyone recommend a toilet roll that's as soft as Andrex used to be before this madness took hold?

Waitrose Own Label...Like wiping your arse with silk!

Lovely :)

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1 hour ago, Van Lady said:

When I was growing up with my two sisters mother complained about the cost of toilet roll and put izal in both loos. Posh eh? Two loos back in the 70’s!

The result of that was that we nicked from her box of paper tissues before going to the loo so she moaned about using too many paper hankies. I think it was father’s gross shit stained underwear though that forced her to change back to a kinder bog roll that actually wiped your arse more thoroughly.

When my daughter left home my bog roll expenditure decreased dramatically. She was recently home for a week and I had to buy extra to keep my stock up!

I’m not too fussy about bog roll, as long as it’s not izal, and buy what’s on offer with the lowest cost per sheet.

 

 

 

Maybe get some posh stuff in for when your date comes round for his curry?

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After allegations of this thread being frivolous, I will pose a question to tax the dosbodders minds.

How does a blind person know when to stop wiping?

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Just now, Kwyjibo said:

After allegations of this thread being frivolous, I will pose a question to tax the dosbodders minds.

How does a blind person know when to stop wiping?

By smell?  

 

 

Ill ill get me coat. 

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24 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

Maybe get some posh stuff in for when your date comes round for his curry?

No need. If his underpants are shit stained due to cheap bog roll or dodgy curry it’s not my problem. He can use his own washing machine.

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Just now, Van Lady said:

No need. If his underpants are shit stained due to cheap bog roll or dodgy curry it’s not my problem. He can use his own washing machine.

I’m very concerned about how you would know that. o.O

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Just now, One percent said:

I’m very concerned about how you would know that. o.O

I don’t know because a dates underpants won’t be in my washing basket. The joy of not ever having to deal with shit stained underpants in my washing basket hasn’t reached me yet due to having a 25 year old son living at home. :Sick1:

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Just now, Van Lady said:

I don’t know because a dates underpants won’t be in my washing basket. The joy of not ever having to deal with shit stained underpants in my washing basket hasn’t reached me yet due to having a 25 year old son living at home. :Sick1:

Tell him to sort his own laundry. xD

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5 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

Petal Soft from Iceland. It was £1 for 4 for ages and while I had been expecting a price rise, the £1.25 now was a shitter after only a short spell at £1.15. The turds.

 

Do you have to keep it in a freezer?

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I would be incredibly embarrassed to have shit on my pants.

When I was in uni, we had a downstairs bathroom that also housed a shower cubicle. I went in for a piss and it noticed that my housemate appeared to have managed to have taken a shit and failed to wipe his arse properly, then had a shower and failed to wash his arse properly too, leaving a huge skidmark on his towel. It was the smell that actually alerted me in the first place. I pointed this out to him and he promptly removed it.
It's only occurred to me just now that it might have crossed his mind that I'd wiped my arse with his towel and told him to sort it out.

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

Tell him to sort his own laundry. xD

He’s getting there. Over the last two weeks he has learnt how to make my stir fry and how to use the air fryer. The washing machine should be a dawdle for him. He got panicked recently due to a school friend of mine dying unexpectedly. I reminded him that he really has to learn the basics in life.

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1 minute ago, Van Lady said:

He’s getting there. Over the last two weeks he has learnt how to make my stir fry and how to use the air fryer. The washing machine should be a dawdle for him. He got panicked recently due to a school friend of mine dying unexpectedly. I reminded him that he really has to learn the basics in life.

So, not concerned about you per se but what he would do if you passed. o.O

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10 minutes ago, Inoperational Bumblebee said:

I would be incredibly embarrassed to have shit on my pants.

When I was in uni, we had a downstairs bathroom that also housed a shower cubicle. I went in for a piss and it noticed that my housemate appeared to have managed to have taken a shit and failed to wipe his arse properly, then had a shower and failed to wash his arse properly too, leaving a huge skidmark on his towel. It was the smell that actually alerted me in the first place. I pointed this out to him and he promptly removed it.
It's only occurred to me just now that it might have crossed his mind that I'd wiped my arse with his towel and told him to sort it out.

Fortunately such behaviour in my student house would have led to merciless abuse and humiliation from all other housemates accompanied by threats of eviction. Grubby bastards were not welcome. 

 

4 minutes ago, One percent said:

So, not concerned about you per se but what he would do if you passed. o.O

Smartphones seem to have made selfish monsters of us all.

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7 minutes ago, Van Lady said:

He’s getting there. Over the last two weeks he has learnt how to make my stir fry and how to use the air fryer. The washing machine should be a dawdle for him. He got panicked recently due to a school friend of mine dying unexpectedly. I reminded him that he really has to learn the basics in life.

Lie on the kitchen floor when he comes home and pretend to be dead, to scare the shit out of him.

Then jump up and ask him if he wants to learn how to do ironing.

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