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

Selling Dogma as A Cleaning Supply
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Most recent Watchtower tract is titled "Pornography : Harmless or Toxic ?" The tract shows up monthly in the the laundry, (creased opened to page 7 this month) and after a couple of weeks I toss it into the recycle bin.

If they printed it on paper toweling ( Sheets or rolls ?) it might at least get inside the home and be used.

Printing religious tracts on toilet paper occurred to me as well, but there are just too many easy puns. And using it would feel weird.

The best political ad I ever saw was a freebee that had the guys face on a potholder. Aunt used the potholder many years and THE GUY WAS IN OFFICE MANY YEARS AS WELL.

popbottle, Nov 11 2013


       I'd throw those directly into the trash no matter how useful they were designed to be.
rcarty, Nov 11 2013

       I like to subtly modify them and drop them back off at the local Kingdom Hall. Some ketchup-imitating- blood fingerprints, the names of some dead ex- witnesses, and a scrawled reference to Mark Twain's uncanny prediction of his own death are fun additions.
RayfordSteele, Nov 11 2013

       If they were made of tissue, they wouldn't be nearly so good as firelighters. Then again, the supply of regular junkmail is plentiful, so it wouldn't be a problem.   

       A cautious croissant to you.
8th of 7, Nov 11 2013

       Hmmm... satanic flashpaper tracts. There's potential there.
RayfordSteele, Nov 11 2013


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