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Exam Study Toilet Paper

'Pass' those final exams more easily...
 
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Print toilet paper with various academic study material.

Quick reference guides, Cliff Notes, Math Formulas...

All the stuff that just has to be committed to memory. The rolls would be packaged up by subject, and sold in the school bookstore.

Students could buy whichever "set" went with their major.

Then, when they were "doing their business", they could rip off a few sheets and ponder whatever it is on that wad.

I know some classes are crap, but this might make them easier to "pass".

zigness, Feb 29 2004

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       [+] Also, multiplication and pefect square flash cards (skid cards?); pages from Strunk & White and The Art of War.
1st2know, Feb 29 2004
  

       I usually talk out of my arse. Might as well ensure it's well-informed. +   

       Can't help but think that it might be an idea to have the information embossed into the paper in morse-type code. If you can absorb information subliminally via flash-cards and tapes you listen to while you're asleep, then why not through a swift swipe? I'm sure it'll filter from one end to the other somehow.   

       Examination toilet paper - soft, strong, and very very informative.
lostdog, Feb 29 2004
  

       I'm pondering a version that would come with a companion CD-ROM... hmmm... bad idea... nevermind.
zigness, Mar 06 2004
  

       "Hey man, can I borrow your calculus notes?"
"Sure! Except, well, they're kind of used. I can probably dig them up for you if you'd like."
phundug, Mar 06 2004
  

       would it be strange to over react when someone used part of the roll you intended to read next?   

       Now there will be a plausible answer to, "what have you been doing in there for so long?"
krod, Mar 06 2004
  

       Now that I think of it... this could be hell for some art classes... especially, "sculpture".
zigness, Mar 11 2004
  

       But great for the student proctologist.
Lacus Trasumenus, May 03 2004
  
      
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