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Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.

hmmm. wonder how that would feel like. lol.

i would never put that past most companys these days.

How toilet paper can be so weak it practically shreds on contact but still feels like steel wool is a mystery, but the people at Brighton manage that.


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burgerwars said:   Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.
<<< maybe ...

imanemokid said:   
burgerwars said:   Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.
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they might be recycling left over construction materials. 

wingsonmypizza said:   
imanemokid said:   
burgerwars said:   Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.
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they might be recycling left over construction materials. 

  
this actually made me laugh.


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maybe not in this instance ...

Our office has a commitment to using recycled paper and office products.I buy Cottonelle and hide it in a drawer in the bathroom.
It is ironic that the recycled TP is thin (even though it is 2 ply) so we use far more than we would if the paper was of decent quality. It is also far more expensive, although not as crazy-high as the recycled paper towels we buy.

^^@ least you get recycled paper towels ... recycled air SUX !!! ... (or blows, as the case may be) ...

imanemokid said:   ^^@ least you get recycled paper towels ... recycled air SUX !!! ... (or blows, as the case may be) ...
  We have the high power hand dryers in my work place. And the little trickle-y watertrough. and foaming hand soap. These are all admirable efficiency methods, but did I mention that I work in a FACTORY and the workers are trying to wash off  grease and hydraulic fluid?

soundtechie said:   
imanemokid said:   ^^@ least you get recycled paper towels ... recycled air SUX !!! ... (or blows, as the case may be) ...
  We have the high power hand dryers in my work place. And the little trickle-y watertrough. and foaming hand soap. These are all admirable efficiency methods, but did I mention that I work in a FACTORY and the workers are trying to wash off  grease and hydraulic fluid?

Why are they getting grease and hydraulic fluid on their hands?

carlaandolini said:   soundtechie said:   
imanemokid said:   ^^@ least you get recycled paper towels ... recycled air SUX !!! ... (or blows, as the case may be) ...
  We have the high power hand dryers in my work place. And the little trickle-y watertrough. and foaming hand soap. These are all admirable efficiency methods, but did I mention that I work in a FACTORY and the workers are trying to wash off  grease and hydraulic fluid?

Why are they getting grease and hydraulic fluid on their hands?

Because they work for a living?

What sort of factory doesn't supply gloves? Hydraulic fluid, grease, mineral spirits, etc aren't good things to have on your skin.

imanemokid said:   
burgerwars said:   Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.
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  this is weird

imanemokid said:   
burgerwars said:   Actually, this is for real. I don't know where they buy the TP used in the bathrooms where I work, but it's worse than that stuff.
<<< maybe ...

  this maybe good to wipe and scratch your butt with at the same time.


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  lol. made my day.

My company is too cheap to buy that stuff. They keep putting thinner and thinner 1 ply in the bathrooms.



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