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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Dec 31, 2020.
Leave just a dribble of milk in the carton. Or just dust in the bottom of the cereal box.
This whole thread reminds me of one of my favourite jokes:
“My wife just used the word ‘mansplaining’ wrong, and now I don’t know what to do!”
The secret to the glitter bomb lies in making a good seal. Use the edge of the glue stick to apply a bead around 1/4" in from each side edge of the tp and start halfway back from a perforation, spanning two sheets. Lay the glitter, not too thick, between the glue seams and re-roll the tp.
You can easily get two tablespoons of glitter in without any obvious deformation of the tp.
Torren61, he was one of the good ones, He’ll be missed
no wifi in the doghouse?
You think he’ll get that far?
I think I paid less, on a special. But can’t recall. Worth it either way.
@Torren61 has not come back to this thread. I wonder if his "punishment" did not work out for him.
Nice Sparky. For some inexplicable reason I read it in its entirety. Now put your little pointy hat back on and return to your corner.
My favorite joke: 'Mansplaining' is just an 'old wives' tale'.
If you are going to bottom wrap a toilet roll as punishment at least glue a plastic spider to it.
As I've said many times, I'm so glad I am divorced.
I have had some old wife's tail.
It's always enjoyable.
Cruel. Funny as all get out, but cruel.
You need to get some of this:
or this: recycled!?
I remember Dear Abby said once that the column that generated the most responses from readers was whether the TP should be put on top wrapped or bottom wrapped.
So it's not just me. We go through a roll a day and it's just myself and my wife. I probably use about 10% of that roll. What is it with women and toilet paper? I keep a spare roll on the toilet tank. If my wife is the one who finishes off/empties the roll, she never puts the new roll on the holder; just starts the new roll and leaves it sitting on the empty roll. I bite my tongue. It could be worse.
She's easy to live with, not a jealous b!tch like the first wife and never says anything if I buy a new guitar. She likes to camp and fish. She's a reader like me. She likes to garden.
She would still be happy if we had to live in a one-room cabin with no electricity, no running water, wood heat and an outhouse. This was our 15th new Year's Day together.