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Neophyte07/03/2020 23:37

Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a …Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a longer shelf-life than many food items, is prominently featured in aisles and is big in size, we are psychologically drawn to purchasing it in times of crisis"It all makes sense now, people are morons


It is a lovely little insight into the British psyche, you can be sick, hungry, out of work, worried for the lives of your family, but should the worst happen, at least your arse is clean.
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I typically find vast quantities of toilet roll help me in dealing with respiratory illnesses.
Borat08/03/2020 00:01

Stocking up with bombay bad boy pot noodles


In that case you may be one of the few people that justifiably requires an increased quantity of toilet paper.
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Dispatched within 1 to 2 months?!
Edited by: "Breto" 7th Mar
juelz_coolz07/03/2020 22:57

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Worst come worst you could wash ur arse in the shower, I can't understand why people are panick buying bog roll instead of food and drink.
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Funny to see a whole aisle at the supermarket empty. Why are people so keen to hoard?
Edited by: "donny1266" 7th Mar
Ignore the cold voters, this is hard to find in shops and deserves heat. Thanks for sharing.

The cold voters are like this person on BBC who said 'carry on like normal until it gets worse'

bbc.co.uk/new…ife
Edited by: "tempt" 8th Mar
Just like petrol/diesel the time when everyone panicked and bought this. A lot of VAT comes to mind 👎
I typically find vast quantities of toilet roll help me in dealing with respiratory illnesses.
24 rolls £7 in tesco
Is actually a thing that people are going mental buying toilet paper?
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:33

Is actually a thing that people are going mental buying toilet paper?


Dude, go to the shops, today I've been to Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury's local - all look totally normal until you notice the toilet roll shelves are 100% empty.
boostii07/03/2020 23:35

Dude, go to the shops, today I've been to Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury's …Dude, go to the shops, today I've been to Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury's local - all look totally normal until you notice the toilet roll shelves are 100% empty.


Yeah I just had to Google it.
"He said that because toilet paper has a longer shelf-life than many food items, is prominently featured in aisles and is big in size, we are psychologically drawn to purchasing it in times of crisis"
It all makes sense now, people are morons
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:33

Is actually a thing that people are going mental buying toilet paper?


it's a global phenomenon across the civilised world. here's a video from Oz:

youtube.com/wat…-oI

the third world coping well because they tend to use their hands.
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:37

Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a …Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a longer shelf-life than many food items, is prominently featured in aisles and is big in size, we are psychologically drawn to purchasing it in times of crisis"It all makes sense now, people are morons


It is a lovely little insight into the British psyche, you can be sick, hungry, out of work, worried for the lives of your family, but should the worst happen, at least your arse is clean.
tempt07/03/2020 23:37

it's a global phenomenon across the civilised world. here's a video from …it's a global phenomenon across the civilised world. here's a video from Oz:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzm1XSnT-oIthe third world coping well because they tend to use their hands.


And evidently they dont need to be told how to wash their hands afterwards.

The real disaster in the UK is the reaction to the virus.

People who only wash their hands on their birthday really struggling
I think I've been out of the loop with this, I thought this was just a new cold or flu but just checked the news and Italy is putting massive regions under lock down for a month.
I thought the death rate is what you'd normally see with a winter virus and with it just being the elderly and extremely ill that are at risk just like with the common flu?
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:48

I think I've been out of the loop with this, I thought this was just a new …I think I've been out of the loop with this, I thought this was just a new cold or flu but just checked the news and Italy is putting massive regions under lock down for a month.I thought the death rate is what you'd normally see with a winter virus and with it just being the elderly and extremely ill that are at risk just like with the common flu?


Watch the movie Contagion.
tempt07/03/2020 23:20

Ignore the cold voters, this is hard to find in shops and deserves heat. …Ignore the cold voters, this is hard to find in shops and deserves heat. Thanks for sharing.



How many did you buy?.
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Just got these today and sent them back, they are small toilet rolls, not the normal size so not real value for money!
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:33

Is actually a thing that people are going mental buying toilet paper?


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My local Asda.
ScubaDudes07/03/2020 23:50

How many did you buy?.


Enough supplies to last a year. I've also stocked up on hand sanitisers, anti-bac, flu meds, booze, M&Ms and pot noodles.
Beetlejuicebj07/03/2020 23:54

[Image] My local Asda.




meanwhile tinned foods and bottled waters are fully stocked
It wasn't funny the first time, however many days ago that was now.
Stocking up with bombay bad boy pot noodles
Borat08/03/2020 00:01

Stocking up with bombay bad boy pot noodles


In that case you may be one of the few people that justifiably requires an increased quantity of toilet paper.
maccy1i08/03/2020 00:09

They’ve got plenty on the left


Those are kitchen rolls.
boostii08/03/2020 00:11

Real men don't differentiate.


No, but your arse will lmao
Instead of the sick and old, covid20 should target the stupid
My parents are being smug, with two weeks worth of old news papers to fall back on, I just have the BBC News app
roguesspam08/03/2020 00:17

Instead of the sick and old, covid20 should target the stupid


When Covid19 is over I'm sure you'll be the first to know.
boostii08/03/2020 00:20

My parents are being smug, with two weeks worth of old news papers to fall …My parents are being smug, with two weeks worth of old news papers to fall back on, I just have the BBC News app


Inky bum.
Breto07/03/2020 22:54

Dispatched within 1 to 2 months?!


FFS i can't wait that long,I need to wipe NOW!
So glad I panic bought all my essentials last weekend. All sorted with a years supply of baked beans and home bargains finest toilet roll.
40064379-9w9z2.jpgJust found this, coming soon to an arcade near you.
Borat08/03/2020 00:01

Stocking up with bombay bad boy pot noodles


You’d be better off wiping your arse with the pot noodles and eating the toilet paper...
I've got Iceland shopping coming today. Why did I only buy 4 bog rolls for a quid? At least buy 2 you idiot!
Neophyte07/03/2020 23:37

Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a …Yeah I just had to Google it."He said that because toilet paper has a longer shelf-life than many food items, is prominently featured in aisles and is big in size, we are psychologically drawn to purchasing it in times of crisis"It all makes sense now, people are morons


You, sir, should get a medal!
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