Just flush it good and wash with the water in the bowl, flush as much as you want to keep it clean. Wash your hands good when you leave and you should be fine.
Sand paper, a bee hive, iodine wipes for rat testing, a slurpee (yes it doesn't work that well.
Its really sad actually: I have a friend that could never keep up on having toilet paper in his apartment and I'd end up using paper towels and throwing them in his garbage, so now I always buy his toilet paper for him just to make sure its there. Sad, right?
I lived 7 weeks without toilet paper. sticks and stones and leaves
yeah no toothpaste nor tent nor shower
Anasazi Program in Arizona it's like a rehab
haha yeah I almost took off the 6th week. they said there would be water in the river but there was no ******* water! I just wanted to clean off and have fresh water to cook the food, but of course it was dry. I was just emotional
Thanks. I was just raised that way
haha your ******' awesome
yeah I give my parents a hard time. I guess it's the ying and yang
In public: Just don't wipe until I get somewhere else. At home: I just wet a clean rag in the tub and wipe and rinse and repeat.
Well you asked what the wort thing I have ever had to do was. How else do you answer a question besides specific? It has happened to me in both situations. :-)