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March 18, 2020


Son is amazed to find HUNDREDS of vintage toilet paper rolls from the 1980s stocked in his late father's unit years after he died - and is now offering them up to people in need

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)


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Hopefully his father won't roll over in his grave.

My father has at least three toilets stored in his attic. Does that count?

I hope sandpaper supplies are holding up.

Considering all of those unopened rolls of vintage toilet paper, most likely there's lots more vintage crap buried in the area.

I have several old Sears catalogues that I'm willing to part with, for those who have heard the old folks tell their tales of woe and hardship, and want to experience the joy.

Vintage rolls were 1 ply and felt like 80 grit sandpaper. Other than that, I’m sure they’re great.

Vintage, but unused, I hope.

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