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originally posted by: underwerks
It’s good for anything. You’ve never made a pot of TP stew? It’s amazing.
Just several simple ingredients:
1. Water (preferably stagnant creek water with a lot of sediment. That’s your vitamins)
2. A 10x10 inch piece of carpet. (Preferably used, helps with flavor)
3. Two rolls of high quality toilet paper.
Bring water to a rolling boil. Put the carpet in just long enough to soften the glue (about 5-6 minutes) take out, squeeze the juice back into the pot. Then add the TP. Boil for 3 minutes on high, then remove from heat.
Eat it, throw up, then go rob your neighbors for actual food.
It's no surprise that companies are now making masks, including automakers such as BYD Co. and Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. But this shift has stoked its own form of panic. When China's fourth-largest tissue-paper brand, Guangdong-based C&S Paper Co., said it purchased five production lines with a daily capacity of about 350,000 masks, speculation was rife on social media about possible disruption to the paper-goods supply chain. This helps explain why Hong Kong had a toilet-paper run last week: The likes of C&S might just be too busy making surgical masks
originally posted by: carsforkids
a reply to: ThouArtGod
“So, which neighbors?”
The ones that only have toilet paper. stagnant creek water
and cat piss carpet left Einstein!
Which neighbors, are you kidding me?