Recycling Poo Paper?

I happened across this article earlier today, and this evening I’m still confused as to why we are going backwards.

I didn’t read the entire article because I’m not that invested in it and I don’t care.  The argument for me to start recycling toilet paper would have to involve a lot of money in my bank account (not including the savings I would have from not buying toilet paper of course).

I don’t get it.  Years ago there was a little rag that people would hang in the outhouses and that was your toilet paper and you had your own rag.  I suspect that people used another person’s “cleaner” rag as to save their own but that’s only a suspicion I have.  I digress.

Toilet paper is designed to break down and dissolve very easily.  I have come across a bidet and I found it confusing.  (That’s a story for another day.)

How many of you would give up your toilet paper and go back to the rag?

 

On a different note, I did find the Wikipedia article regarding toilet paper an interesting read.  I don’t think I could wipe with sand though, the idea of that made me cringe a little.

Happy Pooping!

 

 

Cocoa Black

I'm a female, therefore I get to change my opinion at any time I wish. I do it often.

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    Gifted Likexmas

    Rags must have been for the highfalutin crowd! I remember corn cobs in the outhouse on my grandparent’s farm back in the day.

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