Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Toilet Paper, Where Did You Go?

I know this is a weird post, but if you have kids like I do you will probably understand. You put a new roll of toilet paper in the bathroom, you come back hours latter and maybe even the next day and it's gone--a bare roll. Where did it all go? What did they do? Do they really need that much? It's really funny because that happens to me all the time when my kids are here. Maybe I should ration the toilet paper, Brycen here are your 4 squares because you are only 6 yrs. old and Aysia here are your 6 squares because you are 9 yrs. old and a little bigger, LOL!!!! Of course I would never do that, just think it's kind of funny.

2 comments:

~~Devita~~ said...

so where did the toilet paper go? I'm sorry, i haven't married, so i am really curious about this posting :D

WeblogLearner said...

I think they just overused it... ^^ Well, that goes for the parents.. Funny post

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