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toilet paper

The media focused attention on toilet paper. Their slaves obediently soaked up every last roll coast to coast.

It is a NOW WHAT? moment for those who are not ahead of the demand in their household.

Invented in the late 1800s, people were pooping and surviving before that… as in FOR-EV-ER before that.

Impossible we think.

But some and perhaps all of us may have to think again.

I will not analyze or itemize here. Chase these links to see some really good ideas that we may have to embrace sooner rather than later.

Alternatives to Toilet Paper: What is Reusable Toilet Paper? What are the Alternatives?

from Do-It-Yourself-Danielle

About Toilet Paper
First, the use of paper for toilet hygiene is a relatively new concept and the modern toilet paper wasn’t invented until the late 1800’s. There is record of paper being used in medieval China, however, as early as 6th century A.D.

The United States uses much more toilet paper than other countries, something that is thought to be due to the more common use of bidets in other countries.

27,000 trees are used daily to keep up with the world’s toilet paper use. Considering the transportation and production costs of toilet paper, you can imagine the difference that could be made by cutting down on our use.

15 Ways To Wipe Your Butt When The Toilet Paper Is Gone

from urban survival site

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