Who knew that Charmin mega rolls would be the hottest item on Black Friday?

In the past people have fought over TV's, Hatchimals, Tickle-Me Elmo's, iPads, and other unneeded stuff on the day after Thanksgiving. This year it is the battle for the TP.

I was picking up a few things at Walmart in Sartell on November 19th, and remembered that we could use some toilet paper in our upstairs bathroom. I strolled back to the paper products aisles, picking up a few things here and there. When I got to the toilet paper aisle, I wasn't expecting flashbacks of March 2020.

Once again, the toilet paper asile was wiped clean (pun not intended) of all products. There was a large box of Minute Rice showcasing that a decision was made there by someone, as well as a box of Hefty foam food trays. A lone, half shopped box of unbranded "Bathroom Tissue" sat in a 4-pack on the shelf.

I left it there, and decided it was time to start bidet shopping once I returned home.

Are we seriously doing this again people? Are you not still all stocked from the last toilet paper hoarding incident? Stores were just starting to take down the "Limit 1 per person" signs, and now they'll most likely have to go back up. From last time, we know that Walmart won't be closing. They'll be open for you to get TP as needed, there's no need to build a bunker out of it.

On a related note, does anyone know anything about self-installing a bidet? Asking for me.

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