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    Will newspaper suffice for my bootyhole? I'm really desperate.
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    -.-, yes it will.
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    1. Your username is indecent.

    2. Your thread is silly.

    Finally, may I enquire why you do not have any toilet rolls?


    Additionally, are you eight years old?
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    (Original post by HumanSupremacist)
    1. Your username is indecent.

    2. Your thread is silly.

    Finally, may I enquire why you do not have any toilet rolls?


    Additionally, are you eight years old?
    Austerity brah. Got me livin in da struggle an sheet.
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    Use one of your socks.
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    Do as the Iraqis do and wipe your mess with your left hand.


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    (Original post by Rybee)
    Use one of your socks.
    I did that once before (srs)
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    Yes. I've had to do this on many occasions. I've found the Daily Star/Sun to be the most comfortable, and the Financial Times to be the least. Yes I am serious.

    The faeces can be somewhat repelled by the newspaper, so try to use it in conjunction with old napkins or baby wipes.
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    (Original post by bootyhole)
    I did that once before (srs)
    Same. Was in Amsterdam and our coach was leaving imminently, had a twitchy bum and there was no toilet roll.

    No way could I have held that in for the coach ride to the ferry. I did laugh when someone pointed out I only had 1 sock on. At the time I just said I was getting ready in a rush, but now I do look back and laugh at what happened :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Yes. I've had to do this on many occasions. I've found the Daily Star/Sun to be the most comfortable, and the Financial Times to be the least. Yes I am serious.
    I think there's a Sun paper in my house maybe I will use that. Does it flush well?
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    Well, at least you haven't done the poop already and then found out that there is no toilet paper left.
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    (Original post by bootyhole)
    I think there's a Sun paper in my house maybe I will use that. Does it flush well?
    Eventually. You have to be very careful not to block it. Make sure the paper has enough time to become soaked in the water before flushing, and do it in stages, just to be safe.
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    jesus christ what sort of self respecting human couldn't improvise in such a situation?
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Eventually. You have to be very careful not to block it. Make sure the paper has enough time to become soaked in the water before flushing, and do it in stages, just to be safe.
    I might wet it beforehand
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    (Original post by bootyhole)
    I might wet it beforehand
    It might stick to your hand or your ******* and come off in bits if you do that, unless you just dab a little part of the paper beforehand.
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    Only on TSR.

    Before you do this, check you don't have anything else available - facial tissues, paper napkins, kitchen roll.
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    (Original post by lightburns)
    Only on TSR.

    Before you do this, check you don't have anything else available - facial tissues, paper napkins, kitchen roll.
    I'ma look right now yo. Gotta give yo booty an easy ride.
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    Newspaper leaves ink on yo ass.
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Eventually. You have to be very careful not to block it. Make sure the paper has enough time to become soaked in the water before flushing, and do it in stages, just to be safe.
    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    It might stick to your hand or your ******* and come off in bits if you do that, unless you just dab a little part of the paper beforehand.
    Your expertise in this area is beginning to disturb me
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    (Original post by Tuerin)
    Your expertise in this area is beginning to disturb me
    I'm taking a module in it.
 
 
 
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