What did they do before TP?

At Charlotte Bond’s house, a historic house a famous local doyenne inhabits, and opened for a tour of the Ila Homemakers’ Club this morning. Corncobs! That’s rough, man.

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7 thoughts on “What did they do before TP?

  1. All I can say is: “Ewwwwww.”If I had to say something witty, that this would be something I would not want to help shuck.-Chuck

  2. Back to the future? This Manhattan writer has started a year long effort to have “no impact” on the environment. That means no paper… and no toilet paper….. http://noimpactman.typepad.com/:. Just picture our bathroom. There is a special bowl for cleaning water near the toilet and a towel for drying. What would you do if you didn’t want to waste water? I’m not usually coy but people have started calling me No Toilet Paper Man instead of No Impact Man.

  3. Jeanne- he can call himself no toilet paper man or no impact man but public plumbing and toilet paper have done a lot to reduce disease spreading and stench. If he sticks to his plan he will end up being called Mr. No Friend within 100 feet of me man.-Chuck

  4. Chuck, LOLThat’s what I was thinking, too. I think the corncobs would have had quite an impact of their own.

  5. Somewhere in Hollywood, Richard Geere is reading this blog and thinking… “Hmmm, corncob? Maybe…”

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