Wipe your dishes?

November 30, 2017

Wipe your dishes?

This Thanksgiving holiday I was sitting in a cabin and just pondering about this and that. Mainly to avoid having to help the family with cleaning up the dishes as the younger members of the family usually do. When it comes to doing the dishes:
As I was looking at all the dirty dishes in the sink I got to thinking. Why is it that we naturally wash these dirty dishes with water and soap and scrubbers and all that good stuff? Why don't we just grab some dry cloth or dry paper towels and wipe them clean? I mean this is the same logic we use when we wipe our behinds. How do we get away with smearing the brown stuff around the backside with dry Toilet Paper and call it clean? Moreover, why do we decide to wash the gravy off the plate instead of wiping it off?

This #thanksgiving consider the following logic!

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Something is wrong here. It is wrong because many many years ago, before you and I were born, a giant company decided to educate the masses in the United States with clever marketing and really teach us how to maintain hygiene when it comes to post poop etiquette. Their solution? Buy these rolls of processed paper that require a ton of energy, resources and hassle to create. Use them every time you take a poop and essentially pay us a fee while paying a sales tax to the government as well. Just for pooping. Yup this is how you get it done. Don't take our word for it. Listen to this cute cuddly bear in the woods.
Don't bears shit in the woods anyways? What do they know about toilets? Anyways, back to my point. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that billions of dollars are being spent each year to keep you using Toilet Paper. If not Toilet Paper, wet wipes, if not wet wipes, some kind of alternative material Toilet Paper. I think it's time you looked around the web and found some alternatives. It will save you some money and make you feel so good about yourself for saving the life a tree. Put yourself in the shoes of your @$$ hole. Ask yourself, WWMAHD (What Would My Ass Hole Do?)
Bonus: I took the liberty of looking around the web for you. Click here to see some alternative options to Toilet Paper. 

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