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View Poll Results: Dirty question: do you put toilet paper in the head?
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Dirty question: do you put toilet paper in the head?

Do you put toilet paper in the head?
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depends if it's the kind of head that won't choke every time you put anything in it. Some will, others will "handle" anything.
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4 squares at a time. Once you do this 4 times; flush.

I have never had a blocked head. (Where is the wood on which to knock?)
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We don't. We don't flush anything that you don't eat or drink first.
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I love it when you talk dirty...
Yes, but there are strict limits on the # of squares with a severe penalty for non-compliance.
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get the boat safe tp that while may not be as thick, cushy, or strong as other types it degrades fast and does't clog as easy.
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Occasionally, but I take it off the roll first.
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We don't. We don't flush anything that you don't eat or drink first.
I'm with reme. After a complete re-plumb of the Smacktanic, there's no reason to flush TP. That so American.

"Put the skank in the sea." (I got that quote from a BP exec by the way).
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