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Animal Squares

Rolls of animal shaped toilet paper sheets
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A whimsical line of children's prestamped animal shaped toilet paper squares.

Imagine your child's squeals of delight as they unwind the next animal shape. It wIll make them *want* to poop.

Potty training becomes a time of joy and discovery.

blissmiss, Feb 26 2009

it's ruff... http://grenadefishi...0toilet%20paper.jpg
[xandram, Feb 27 2009]

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Picturing a long line of circus train cars with a different animal in each.

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Can't get the brand name Animal Crappers outa my head.

       I can hear the jingle: Animal Crappers wipe my poop...
Spacecoyote, Feb 27 2009

       not sure how different shaped animals could be joined at the perforation, unless they were Escher style
simonj, Feb 27 2009

       I think it's embossed not cut out. The latter would get rather messy.
MechE, Feb 27 2009

       oh, I thought they were FOR fluffy!
po, Feb 27 2009

       I was thinking more of naming them Winnie's Poohers but Winnie's Crappers works too!   

       And as for the details of stringing them together I was thinking paper dollish style. LIke holding hands/paws or tails in a strand fashion.   

       (Sorry fluffy but I guess you are on your own unless po has the time and inclination to wipe your lil' bum for ya.)
blissmiss, Feb 27 2009


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