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Bread has possibilities as a toilet roll substitute - just go steady on the butter
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In the woods, with the woodsmen
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Doritos have an almost symbiotic relationship with Pringles, find the Pringles and the Doritos won't be far away. :wink:

Newspaper is a cheap substitute for Bog Roll, when I was a nipper the Daily Herald was torn into squares and put on a spike in the outside loo, we had an inside loo as well, but Bronco and Izal weren't much better than the DH. :shock:

Many years ago my mate ended up at the Docs (he used newspaper on a site where there was rarely any proper stuff) and was advised to stop using The Times, their particular ink was burning his bumhole. :lol:
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One day it will all be firewood.
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Chippo1 wrote:
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In the woods, with the woodsmen
Well they would be in the woods wouldn't they.
I thought everyone would know that they grow on trees, but only where the wild haggis lives.
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Go for a poo , jump in shower , job done and cleared up!
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I believe Dorito trees have a symbiotic relationship with spaghetti trees.
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Chippo1 wrote:
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I believe Dorito trees have a symbiotic relationship with spaghetti trees.
Yes, it's pasta joke. . .
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There is also a virus affecting the Ragu Berry
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Chippo1 wrote:
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There is also a virus affecting the Ragu Berry
Can you state a source for that?
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It came directly from Queue Gardens
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Ah! Everyone knows by now then.
That place is like a greenhouse.
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