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25-03-2020, 12:41   #5071
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Popped out a nice shiny nugget in the Bang! Box this am.
Dropped straight thru and only needed small flush.
No bog paper deployed.....
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25-03-2020, 12:45   #5072
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Popped out a nice shiny nugget in the Bang! Box this am.
Dropped straight thru and only needed small flush.
No bog paper deployed.....
Ah now, N, even when you know it’s a “Magic” you have to employ a “cursory” wipe.

Just to be sure, like. Safety first, my man. Safety first.
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25-03-2020, 16:19   #5073
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We are going to have another housemate next week. She will be sharing the same bathroom as me.

Pre coronavirus dilemma the bog roll be left next to the toilet.

However, would it now be wise not to be sharing the same bog roll?
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25-03-2020, 18:46   #5074
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We are going to have another housemate next week. She will be sharing the same bathroom as me.

Pre coronavirus dilemma the bog roll be left next to the toilet.

However, would it now be wise not to be sharing the same bog roll?
Tell the tenant it's best to unload their dung neatly into an appropriately sized lunch box, freeze it and bring it to work for disposal. Call it a biosecurity measure until all this blows over.
Some people are a bit finicky about what else the lunch box is used for after but I say what they don't know probably won't harm them
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25-03-2020, 19:29   #5075
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Tell the tenant it's best to unload their dung neatly into an appropriately sized lunch box, freeze it and bring it to work for disposal. Call it a biosecurity measure until all this blows over.
Some people are a bit finicky about what else the lunch box is used for after but I say what they don't know probably won't harm them
Splendid suggestion!
Think I came across something similar somewhere before 😀
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25-03-2020, 19:39   #5076
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Tell the tenant it's best to unload their dung neatly into an appropriately sized lunch box, freeze it and bring it to work for disposal. Call it a biosecurity measure until all this blows over.
Some people are a bit finicky about what else the lunch box is used for after but I say what they don't know probably won't harm them
This may be a silly question. I assume they drop the load in their own room and clean up using their own bog roll?

Heard the ole Corona can stay active on paper for a day.
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25-03-2020, 20:04   #5077
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This may be a silly question. I assume they drop the load in their own room and clean up using their own bog roll?

Heard the ole Corona can stay active on paper for a day.
There's no silly questions here horse!
Definitely in there own room is the place for the job and start as you mean to go on with them supplying their own 2 ply aswell
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There's no silly questions here horse!
Definitely in there own room is the place for the job and start as you mean to go on with them supplying their own 2 ply aswell
There might also be no harm in placing a can of Glade Honeysuckle Dream on her bookshelf prior to her moving in.
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25-03-2020, 21:27   #5079
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This may be a silly question. I assume they drop the load in their own room and clean up using their own bog roll?

Heard the ole Corona can stay active on paper for a day.
Maybe purchase a baking mould in a home store type of outlet for the new arrival in the shape of a frisbee.
Advise them, it'll cut out the messing about, pop it straight into the freezer and hey presto!
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26-03-2020, 00:23   #5080
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We are going to have another housemate next week. She will be sharing the same bathroom as me.

Pre coronavirus dilemma the bog roll be left next to the toilet.

However, would it now be wise not to be sharing the same bog roll?
You DO wash your hands after shítting...?
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You DO wash your hands after shítting...?
Only if there's a tap handy.
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You DO wash your hands after shítting...?
Yes I do.

Sharing the same reel of bog roll could be an issue due to cross contamination.
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Only if there's a tap handy.
Yes taps still have running water. Government still see that washing ones hands as essential.
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26-03-2020, 07:24   #5084
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Just backed out a shiny buttery log.

Lovely mahogany sheen off her.

Nothing but net.
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Just dropped a Richard III myself. Nasty little sting in the tail was a wee nugget the cigar cutter didn’t get quite right. Was dangling off the arse hairs and when I stood up it fell straight into the jocks

I’m not the better for that experience at all. Only single ply bog roll here, it’s like trying to wipe your arse with baking parchment
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