Wednesday, April 25, 2007


Singer Sheryl Crow is big on the fight against global warming and all green-related causes in general.
Good for her!
In her blog, she is urging people - us - to use "only one square (of toilet paper) per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where two or three could be required."
So like...I'm wondering under what conditions are we allowed or sanctioned to use more than one? I guess or presume she's referring to illness like stomach flu or virus where one would definitely not suffice, or following a particularly large-ish meal.
Have to confess that on occasion and when hand-dryers are broken or take to long to actually dry hands, I've used toilet tissue!
Forgive me Sheryl but it's true!
The problem with using toilet tissue is that due to its structural nature especially in public bathrooms where it's generally 1-ply quality, the tissue disintegrates where tissue meets wet hands and breaks down into small, irritating pieces that stick to your hands.
Rosie O'Donnell who always has something interesting to comment about, made a point: "Have you seen my a--?"
Interestingly enough, the singer's contract according to The Smoking Gun, when touring calls for parking space for three tractor trailers, four buses, six cars.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rosie's ass. Sheryl's toilet paper. Something smells here.