That’s nice, Ernesto, but what about food and other hygienics (shampoo, soap, toothbrushes and -paste, laundry and dishwasher detergents, etc.)? As for the food, hopefully not MREs; Maria will grow tired of those day in and day out.
What a professional panic shopper. How about selling them to those who really wanted it?
In our store they seem to be stocking up on beans, rice and canned soup too
I know, I’ve been stocking a lot of it
Ernesto may be planning on building an addition to his house, using TP.
Ernesto is a real jerk.
Admittedly funny in a “could be the trigger for another run on toilet paper” way. Sigh.
Dear God, save us for all the morons that panic buy and hoard. The one good thing after the last hoarding escapade was when a store manager in Australia told a hoarder that tried to bring large piles of hoarded items back, to pack sand.
TP is certainly one of the weirdest things to hoard. Bought a bale of it from Costco in January during our move and we are still working on it.
I just don’t understand those who buy tons of TP during pandemics, blizzards, etc. This leaves regular folks like me at a disadvantage (although I need to get some more rolls this weekend). If there is another lockdown where I live (although it will likely be one of the surging states like South Dakota), I could expect another run on TP. After this is over, I expect to see a lot of TP and hand sanitizer offered up for sale at neighborhood yard sales and young children asking, “Grandma, why do you have so much toilet paper?”
May 22, 2015