Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Toilet Plastic

Clear Toilet Paper
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Clear woven plastic that feels just like regular toilet paper. Facial Quality, as they say.
Amishman35, Dec 18 2001

Dirty Arse Detector http://www.halfbake...detector#1007727625
"heinous" "disgusting" "yuck" "gross" [stupop, Dec 18 2001]


       This would allow the dirty arse detector a better view of what was happening I suppose.
stupop, Dec 18 2001

       Not biodegradable. Those of us with septic tanks would soon find the tanks full of undigested plastic, with the result of needing to be pumped out more often (expensive).
TeaTotal, Dec 18 2001

       You folks may have misunderstood the intent. I think it's supposed to be, um, re-useable.
quarterbaker, Dec 18 2001

       I attended a British school in Germany for a couple of years in the '70s. This was a school for military kids, so everything, including the toilet paper, was "official." I remember it being quite similar to wax paper, which seemed bizarre enough, but most amazing was that each square was imprinted with Her Majesty's royal emblem. I always thought that if spitting on the royal property were a hanging offense, it seemed particularly dangerous to use that toilet paper.
beauxeault, Dec 18 2001

the fiddler, Mar 03 2006


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