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Grocery Worries if Immunosuppressed

piglette
piglette
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I was glad to see that my local village shop is ensuring that we have groceries for us immuno suppressed beings!!!

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Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ I don't get why people are fighting over it when it's not a gastric thing.... Or have I missed something?

DorsetLady
DorsetLadyPMRGCAuk volunteer
in reply to Poopadoopy

Well if you have ....so have I!

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to DorsetLady

Me too. I am sick of hearing the drama over supplies. I have always made sure i have basic dried goods in just in case i cant get out!YBB

DorsetLady
DorsetLadyPMRGCAuk volunteer
in reply to Yellowbluebell

Itโ€™s bonkers - but you just have to see what happens at Christmas and Easter - some people just seem to lose all common sense and buy enough for a fortnight instead of a couple of days.

Of course, thatโ€™s assuming they had some in the first place. ๐Ÿ˜ณ

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to DorsetLady

Every christmas i look on amazed at families pushing two or three trollies around piled high with complete rubbish and imagine them feeding at least 20 people!! The shops only shut for one day!!

I always get my Christmas food in 4 weeks before. Couldn't ever understand the rush in the last days.

What? You don't need 100 toilet rolls??

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Constance13

Well i have a prob with my jeiwels at the moment but even i dont need that many!! As for Christmas shopping i do try to shop early but there always the last odd bits and then i am forced into watching the maniacs in the storesxx

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:)

Megams
Megams
in reply to Constance13

~We have the same rush on toilet paper in NZ too - its become a standard joke as I still say you can't eat toilet paper - maybe most think they may suffer diarrhea for time & eternity - I should have had shares in the business !!

I just don't get it - really I dont!!! ~

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Megams

You are sadly not alone in not understanding what they are up to. I would rather stock up on something like food!!

piglette
piglette
in reply to Poopadoopy

Of course everyone needs pasta, UHT milk, baked beans and loo paper as their basic essentials. I bet most people will never touch the UHT milk!!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to piglette

I'm assured it is FOMO ...

Constance13
Constance13
in reply to PMRpro

Abbreviations, abbreviations! Please remember a lot of oldies can't understand them! Nor ME of course.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Constance13

You got a Fear Of Missing Out constance? FOMO

It's certainly not the only thing I haven't got, but usually I don't want to show my ignorance.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Constance13

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ I had to look it up a few years ago... And YOLO... And sometimes I am happy I will! You Only Live Once.... And that's my limit.

How about JOMO - Joy of missing out lol (laugh out loud) ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to PMRNewcomer

That I like very much!! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚

Thank you

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Constance13

Ms neither so glad you asked!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to piglette

But they had trolleys filled with loo roll and someone pulled a knife! Crazy.

I think I'll be able to last without pasta - I can't stand the stuff.

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Constance13

Tjought it was only me. I make pasta and prawns and dont put pasta on my plate

Rose54
Rose54
in reply to Poopadoopy

We came up with using to blow your nose if you are unlucky enough to catch it .

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Rose54

That's what I considered but it's harsh on the nose unless it is super super soft... Recycled is pretty harsh anyway.

I used hand towels during my last flu and when I went for a drink I put them on the hottest wash with biological and again on non bio.. I am sensitive. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Rose54
Rose54
in reply to Poopadoopy

Agree not the best thing to use but could not see another reason blow and flush .

I normally use a good quality paper kitchen towel .

Often tissues dont do the job have stack of them in my rucksack at present brilliant for holding on handrails when going u p or down stairs opening doors etc. Plus wipes dog bags for disposing off in the event of no bins and b gloves but not used them yet .

Not much room for anything else

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Rose54

Don't catch on ๐Ÿ”ฅ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐ŸŒป

Marymon
Marymon
in reply to Poopadoopy

Yesterday news item said that in China five people sent to gastric clinic for nausea and diarrhoea turned out to have COVD-19. Estimate was

1 in 14 could show these symptoms.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marymon

OK. At last a genuine reason for hoarding it then.... I wonder if they had underlying bowel issues. I will see if I can read it.. Do you remember where is was?

Marymon
Marymon
in reply to Poopadoopy

Will look, I also thought they may have had the bowel problem as well. Will get scrolling.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marymon

Thanks!

Marymon
Marymon
in reply to Poopadoopy

Canโ€™t find it, but googled Cov-19 / diarrhoea and amongst symptoms on several sites gave the usual ones and diarrhoea as less often. WHO also said the same.

I have saved many โ€˜readsโ€™ but not that one, was in a long article. Going to cut down on reading so much too exhausting, waiting to hear if and when they develop a vaccine. Hope we will all be on the priority list. Ten days ago I did get long text from GP Surgery on precautions to take.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marymon

Yes it is exhausting isn't it. Then you cant remember where its from. It my main memory issue! ๐Ÿ˜ณ

Marymon
Marymon
in reply to Poopadoopy

Probably turn up when it all dies down, whenever that may be. Just had a snooze after all that searching.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marymon

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Telian
Telian
in reply to Marymon

Me too.

I think (hope) that the people buying toilet rolls is in case they have to self isolate themselves. As natural bodily functions will require it's use. Not because they expect to have raging diarrhea.

I think most of the people are just hoarding. There was quite a funny clip on TV in Australia with a group of shoppers fighting over toilet paper. One person had taken all the rolls off the shelf and someone else asked her for one!! Well I think she actually took one from her trolley.

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to piglette

Someone on TV said it is a means of establishing control somewhere and they like loo roll because it is large - you feel you are doing more than when buying handwash which is small in volume. Perhaps that reflects on them not considering handsanitiser as "something we'll use up anyway" - which is a bit worrying!!!!

piglette
piglette
in reply to PMRpro

That is interesting. The psychology of hoarding. My sister keeps going to Tesco to see where the empty shelves are, she is getting a cheap thrill I think. She said yesterday all the medicines had gone but the vitamins were still there!

Well I guess you have to get your thrills where you can these days! ๐Ÿ˜‰

PMRpro
PMRproModerator

I just had to go out to fetch prescriptions and OH tasked me with picking up gin from the big Spar in the village. It seems to be the only shop most people know about which is a pest at peak tourist times but today there seemed to be a lot of Italians the first time I went in. Only 4 checkouts open which is normal for that time of day but - unusually - there were about 12 to 15 at each! Almost all with enormous and full trolleys. A lot of them just had liquid washing stuff - Dash (Daz in the UK) and something for small children that I couldn't see what it was. On the second essay (I lost the will to live the first time) there were more usual trolley contents - loads of pasta, but that is normal here, apparently you can't get pasta or coffee in Germany! And the best: 6 cases of prosecco and some pasta ...

Bird-67
Bird-67
in reply to PMRpro

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Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to PMRpro

Thats my type of trolley wirhout the pasta and a huge pile of chocolate!!

Brilliant photo - made me laugh.

I have a pack of 24 Aldi toilet rolls which I am prepared to swap for a three bedroom bungalow!! ๐Ÿก๐Ÿก๐Ÿก

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to piglette

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ Brilliant. I have about 4 small hand sanitiser and one that must be a pint ( that is less than my usual stock). A good car for that.

DorsetLady
DorsetLadyPMRGCAuk volunteer
in reply to piglette

Bargain!

I have a large stash of loo rolls - also 14 tins of tuna, 11 of chick peas and 10 of tomatoes, a year's worth of laundry liquid and lots of soap - because often when I do an online shop I don't really need ยฃ45 worth of groceries (or whatever the minimum spend happens to be), so I make it up by buying something that I know I will eventually use. I wish I'd done this in a more organised way as I could now set myself up as a black marketeer.

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Marijo1951

It was the laundry liquid I couldn't believe to day - must have been a particularly good special offer!!!!

piglette
piglette
in reply to PMRpro

A good substitute for toilet paper!!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marijo1951

I don't like buying fruit and veg online but getting dog food and non perishables I am up for.

I agree. You can't predict the quality or sell by dates of fresh goods. I think this is why I can never make up the order to the minimum spend. They're great for the heavy bulky stuff.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Marijo1951

I had forgotten its the 40 pounds equals free delivery. At least I would only have to pick it up the once before use and the the half a dozen times by the time you have done trolleys. Tills, cars and cupboards. ๐Ÿฅต

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

I like having deliveries but fruit and veg is a bit hit and miss. I got fruit and veg yesterday and its perfect but last week it was all on the turn!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

That is my worry. My neice had a delivery and the fruit and veg was terrible. She took photos as it was only dropped off an hour before. There was mould on the peppers. I like all my fruit really under ripe rather than ripe.

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

Me too. I always ask for ripen at home fruit if there is the option. My delivery last week was from tesco so back to sainsburys or asda again.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

Neices was sainsbury I think.

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

Oh well fingers crossed i get a good shopper

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

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Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

Mind you one shopper decided as i had ordered a pack of 4 tins of tomatoes and they werent in stock one separate tin would do!! The tesco driver just stood there with his mouth open at the replacement!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

Omg. They don't look that silly walking around but....

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

Maybe they've got new staff ...

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to PMRpro

Surely even the most intelligently challenged individual could work out one tin was not going to be enough?!!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

You mean like they need 45 loo rolls TODAY?????????

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to PMRpro

They might all have the squits!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator

Just seen a photo on the bbc website of empty shelves in the waitrose in my city... The pound land and aldis I went to in the same city were full of soap and paper goods.... Mmmm

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

When i did my order things were in stock but before i could checkout they had gone out of stock!! What the hell do they think they are going to do with all that stuff. The only things i have added extra is yeast and a few extra tins

They were saying on the news the other day that people were buying six months supply of toilet paper at Cosco. this is hoarding, not getting a few emergency supplies!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to HeronNS

Where on earth do they put it?

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to PMRpro

At least they shouldn't ha e to buy more. Suspect they want to make cash too.

HeronNS
HeronNS
in reply to PMRpro

There's a tv program called Storage Wars where storage lockers that haven't had their rent paid for a long time are opened up and contents auctioned off to dealers. I can envision some of these being full of unused and forgotten COVID19 supplies in a few years!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to HeronNS

Can you imagine the faces of the regulars.... No Safe, no mllion dollar painting. Just a locker filled with loo roll!!!

scats
scats
in reply to Poopadoopy

In the paper review on TV yesterday they said in America people were panic buying amunition!I'm not sure how accurate this is but it does demonstrate a marked difference in priorities.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to scats

If that is the case, and having watched doomsday preppers I can believe that the people who are serious about guns, the end of civilisation and prepping are indeed doing so. It is so scary... My priority is keeping my hands clean... So I can partially relate to loo roll hoarding...ammunition not so much. ๐Ÿ˜•

scats
scats
in reply to Poopadoopy

Perhaps it's to make sure they can get the last loo roll!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to scats

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ Get off your horse and give me the loo roll... ๐Ÿด๐ŸŽ

scats
scats
in reply to Poopadoopy

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Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to scats

No its to make sure when you are in self isolation for months that you can at least put yourself out of your misery by killing your husband x

Instead of breaking into your home to steal your diamonds they will be after your loo rolls and food so they figure they need their guns.

HeronNS
HeronNS
in reply to scats

That is no surprise. I have often wondered why Americans as a people, not necessarily as individuals, seem so afraid.

scats
scats
in reply to HeronNS

That would be one storage locker you would have to be very careful around.!

Strange isn't it, that people are essentially the same when you meet them, but nations can have such different priorities.๐Ÿค”

HeronNS
HeronNS
in reply to scats

Like nations have their own spirit. Does it come from the land, and when artificial political boundaries don't match up then we have big trouble!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to HeronNS

A sort of general lack of exposure to other cultures maybe?

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to PMRpro

The larger the country and population the more "fear" there can be whipped up. I loved traveling round the States on a greyhound pass for 3 months a good few years ago. Individuals I met were lovely and interesting, who fed me, and gave me rooms and trusted friends phone numbers in other states in some cases. But many thought I had traveled from the UK on a greyhound, hadn't heard of any European or African leaders (unless they were first gen immigrants) and had never left the states. That can mean social and cultural insulation and isolation. Scary.

Constance13
Constance13
in reply to scats

????? Horrifying!

innasway
innasway
in reply to scats

Hi, I live in America, Dallas TX. I don't know about ammunition but all the hand sanitizers and masks are gone. People in Taxes don't need to buy the ammunition, everybody has it anyway. We also have a gun but we don't know how to use it, lol.

scats
scats
in reply to innasway

It was a report in the british press, not the most reliable! So you're as toilet obsessed as the rest of us!

Raven1955
Raven1955
in reply to scats

Can't make sense of stocking up on ammunition in the big cities but here, in the very rural part of the USA, it's logical to have a good supply of ammo in case the grocery stores have supply interruptions from the virus, but also because of things like blizzards, fuel shortages, etc. In a pinch my emergency food source would be the forest - deer, grouse, turkey, etc. In this area probably close to 50% of families eat some wild game every year. But that hardly justifies purchasing a brick of 500 bullets in case the grocery store runs out of a few things for a week! lol

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Raven1955

You make a good point. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚

scats
scats
in reply to Raven1955

There are parts of America where it makes perfect sense, as you say. I personally take most of what I read in the british press with a big pinch of salt, they do tend to sensationalise!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to scats

Maybe you need to panic buy salt ...

scats
scats
in reply to PMRpro

I always have plenty of that when it comes to the tabloids!

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to HeronNS

Death by toilet roll when it all fails out!!

Constance13
Constance13
in reply to PMRpro

Over here they are filling their cellars with stuff!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Constance13

It would be no use if I stored it in my cellar!!

I did my first ever online order a day ago and am awaiting delivery tomorrow. But even before that I've been told tissues (for nose) in both box and individual pack are out of stock as is chlorine bleach which I use only for scrubbing the grouting between tiles. I will be intrigued to see what else will be out by then.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to maria40

There seemed to be some in the supermarket. But I wasn't looking.

Well, the posh shoppers can't do without loo roll can they? (We used to use newspaper in the war)!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Constance13

Izal when I was young.... Imagine wiping your.. Nose on that. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜‰

My FIL insisted on using that as long as he could get it.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Constance13

That is just so wrong!!!

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ฑ

scats
scats
in reply to Constance13

Good for tracing though!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to scats

And air mail letters..

HeronNS
HeronNS
in reply to Poopadoopy

What is Izal?

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to HeronNS

Waxy hard loo paper that is good for tracing. Not good.

wellcomecollection.org/arti...

It also had a very distinctive medicated smell which I can still remember despite not coming across the stuff since the 60s!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Highlandtiger

The welcome link about the history of loo roll in the UK is interested... Its above somewhere!

piglette
piglette
in reply to Poopadoopy

Bronco, yuk

Very interesting article! How did you find it?

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Highlandtiger

Just type izal toilet roll or something g. Has a quick read and OK.

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Poopadoopy

For every good thing I read they are 10 rubbish one!?!?

Remember Bronco? Great for wrapping round a comb and blowing on to make music ๐Ÿ˜‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Thelmarina

Actually I do remember doing the comb but didn't realise it was brand specific., ๐Ÿ˜

Bronco or Izal...those were the uncomfortable days ๐Ÿ˜‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Thelmarina

Bronco says it all doesn't it.... And don't mention piles with that stuff! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

maria40
maria40
in reply to Poopadoopy

It also came flat packed in very meanly sized individual sheets - horrible!

Yellowbluebell
YellowbluebellModerator
in reply to HeronNS

Its a form of of torture invented by a vindictive person with piles who wants the world to feel their pain!!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

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PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Yellowbluebell

Made great tracing paper though ...

They should produce it again and tell everyone they can only buy 4 'normal' rolls and the rest must be Izal (until the present virus is over)!

I'll stick with newspaper if things get tough - at least it's soft!! One newspaper would go a long way, lots of lovely squares with the choice articles - you could use it then flush all the crap (the articles I mean)๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ away).

Sorry folk! I'll be good now!๐Ÿคช

Susiquew
Susiquew
in reply to Poopadoopy

Oh the memories! Damp Izal and spiders in my nan's whitewashed outside WC! No wonder we were reluctant to 'go'! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ™‚

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Susiquew

Omg. I forgot my grans outside loo. Pmr thighs wouldn't survive the quick hover and escape!

Susiquew
Susiquew
in reply to Poopadoopy

Happy memories though, strangely! ๐Ÿ˜Š

Susiquew
Susiquew
in reply to Poopadoopy

You should start a reminiscence forum as a sister site to this one...then we could all indulge ourselves with our fond memories. My head is buzzing after your mention of Izal toilet paper!Sad or what!๐Ÿ˜„

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Susiquew

There was a "coffee lounge" a while back I don't know if it's still here!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Susiquew

There was a Facebook site for such discussions too, not sure if it is still up and running. Its not the pmrgcauk one but I don't know the details. The occasional thread goes down like this one and when there's a big issue like the c word it is sometimes allowed to stir up distracting replies. You can pm people you have engaged with to carry on discussions that go "off piste", you can add several members so it becomes a mini chat room for you. . I suspect the mods have just needed this break from serious coronavirus question too! ๐Ÿ™‹

Susiquew
Susiquew
in reply to Poopadoopy

I've never 'done' social media until I found this site...and I was still dubious at first but valued the support so much. The only thing I do on social media, under an alias ,๐Ÿ˜„, is play 'Words with Friends'. Got comfortable here now, but don't really 'belong' any more...don't think I ever did really but people have been so kind and helpful.๐Ÿ˜Š

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Susiquew

I was the same to be honest.first I joined in on in almost 25 years of lurking on each new media.

You are most welcome as far as I'm concerned . It's good to have people who had an original diagnosis then had to reduce pred due to misdiagnosis. It's as important as having people in remission staying around. You have a view of gca that might help others trying to get dx. So don't think you don't fit, though yes the focus on health issues relating to pmrgca may get tedious for you! ๐ŸŒป

Susiquew
Susiquew
in reply to Poopadoopy

That's kind, thank you. I've got so that I care about some of the people on here and am interested in how they are doing, but I don't have much to offer by way of advice...although just made a useful suggestion to someone (my first I think) re dental anaesthetic and shaking, but that was based on my husbands experiences not mine!๐Ÿ˜„

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Susiquew

Every little helps!

Oh yes, and the primary school toilets in the block at the far end of the playground too.....

scats
scats
in reply to Susiquew

....and a very distinctive smell? You took me right back!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Constance13

We were using newspaper LONG after the war was finished, mid-50s still ...

And my great aunts were also Izal afficiandos!

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to PMRpro

We had izal At home in the early 60s. It was like Xmas and birthdays came at once when the first soft roll entered the house.

Is it Izal Germicide I remember?? Maybe they put DDT on it??

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Whatgrange

God I hope not but it was a disinfectant.

V1a4
V1a4
in reply to PMRpro

Yes, cutting newspaper into squares and threading with string to hang behind the OUTSIDE loo door - and putting on a coat in winter when you needed a wee!!

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to V1a4

Ours backed on to the pigsty! No wonder we occasioanlly got the rather shiny Farmer and Stockbreeder ...

I remember Izal in the 60โ€™s, it came as a roll or in a box like tissues. My cousin came to visit when he was about 10. He went to the toilet and when he came back his stomach looked like heโ€™d eaten a pumpkin , whole! His mother asked him what he had done, he went all sheepish and bright red so she lifted up his jumper and out came 100โ€™s of sheets of Izal paper. Apparently, he liked tracing ๐Ÿ˜€

Poopadoopy
PoopadoopyModerator
in reply to Floridafan

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ Bless

piglette
piglette
in reply to Floridafan

If I remember Izal was more upmarket than Bronco which had no disinfectant smell. Also in France they used to have a pack of thick grey paper. In all fairness it was more absorbent than Bronco and Izal.

I donโ€™t remember Bronco at all but definitely remember Izal. We must have been too upmarket..... ๐Ÿ˜‰

I can see in Canada people are stock piling.Went into the grocery store and the cashiers wore gloves.Subtle signs of fear that the media has caused.Hope it passes as quick as it came....

Well if we run out of toilet roll in the UK I am prepared to rent out my bidet!! I don't know why people are panicking over toilet paper when there is always The Daily Mail and The Mirror.

PMRpro
PMRproModerator
in reply to Bonnie-ma

You would have to hold your nose and actually PURCHASE them ...

Whippetygirl
Whippetygirl
in reply to PMRpro

Naughty. Lol.

I have had such a laugh reading these!!

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