posted on May, 3 2012 @ 02:40 PM
I've noticed a lot of my friends use way too much tp all the time. I'm not saying only use 1 square, but it would be a good idea IMO to start
practicing using less now. Even if TS doesn't HTF at least you've become less wasteful.
I'll never forget my first year living on my own with no assistance from anyone. I had a full time job, was going to college full time and things
seemed great at first in my own apartment. Then one day I was grocery shopping and was super low on funds after paying all my bills for the month. I
had to make a choice between what I wanted vs. What I needed... Like tp. That may seem silly, but for a girl who had lived her entire life in a fairly
sheltered upper-middle class family, I had never really thought about all the little necessities that add up when you're footing the bill yourself. I
learned quickly that there was no way I'd be able to maintain the "quality of life" I had grown accustomed to living with my parents... And that
the little things I took advantage of don't just fall from the sky...
Anyway, around Christmas my grandfather was asking me what I was learning being out on my own, and I told him, somewhat sarcastically, that tp
doesn't fall from the sky. He laughed long and hard. On Christmas eve, I found a huge gift with my name on it under the tree with a note on it that
read,"This fell out of the sky just for you!" It was a case of tp from Costco. My grandpa got a huge kick out of it, and so did I.
I'm sorry to the OP if I digressed with my story. It might seem kinda dumb to others, but my grandpa was the only person who ever treated me with the
utmost respect and taught me more than anyone else in my life. He was the most kind and wisest man I've ever known. It's been almost a year since
he's been gone after his 3rd battle with cancer. I miss him terribly, but I enjoy sharing stories about him so maybe others can enjoy a lil part of