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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 5:33 pm
The 40 foot lift is leaving, and its only about 30 feet full. anyone in monsey need to send something and want to buy some space? lift is leaving in a little bit Sad I wish I can buy out america ..... Sad
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 5:55 pm
how soon?
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:08 pm
PM Simcha 100, she wrote that she wants to send a box.
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:13 pm
now
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:36 pm
toilet paper ?
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:45 pm
lol....just closed up shop..toilet paper, would be nice. but the problem is you eventually run out of it and than what? you gotta go back to ****. lol...I mean to israeli ****
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:46 pm
long live **** yisraeli! er, sandpaper.
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Post  Wed, Aug 12 2009, 6:48 pm
I salute that!
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Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 1:30 am
Chaval you posted so late...had I known I might have had what to add!
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Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 1:38 am
ShakleeMom wrote:
long live **** yisraeli! er, sandpaper.
You guys are behind the times. While my parents DID bring along a three (3!!!!) year supply of TP back in 1973, these days you can get TP so soft that it's better than what I used in the U.S. (Charmin). Of course, there are lesser brands as well, but no more sandpaper, even in supermarket toilet stalls!
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Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 2:02 am
Tamiri wrote:
ShakleeMom wrote:
long live **** yisraeli! er, sandpaper.
You guys are behind the times. While my parents DID bring along a three (3!!!!) year supply of TP back in 1973, these days you can get TP so soft that it's better than what I used in the U.S. (Charmin). Of course, there are lesser brands as well, but no more sandpaper, even in supermarket toilet stalls!


so the brown sandpaper at the museum in Tel Aviv was leftovers from those days?
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Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 2:59 am
bnm wrote:
Tamiri wrote:
ShakleeMom wrote:
long live **** yisraeli! er, sandpaper.
You guys are behind the times. While my parents DID bring along a three (3!!!!) year supply of TP back in 1973, these days you can get TP so soft that it's better than what I used in the U.S. (Charmin). Of course, there are lesser brands as well, but no more sandpaper, even in supermarket toilet stalls!


so the brown sandpaper at the museum in Tel Aviv was leftovers from those days?
Very Happy

(What Tamiri meant is that in those days, you couldn't get the decent stuff even in the supermarket - oh, whoops - supermarkets didn't exist then either.)
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fiddle









  


Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 3:06 am
nah I know that, but aside from the sie of what is offered here, when I do go to america and see the Charmin Ultra Soft Big Roll Toilet Paper..hmm well all wanna do is float in the clouds....compare a roll from here to a roll from there....I hate comparing but hey this is a great thing to compare. I mean hey lili has great toilet paper, and expensive too! BUT still size DOES matter.
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bnm









  


Post  Thu, Aug 13 2009, 7:59 am
grin wrote:
bnm wrote:
Tamiri wrote:
ShakleeMom wrote:
long live **** yisraeli! er, sandpaper.
You guys are behind the times. While my parents DID bring along a three (3!!!!) year supply of TP back in 1973, these days you can get TP so soft that it's better than what I used in the U.S. (Charmin). Of course, there are lesser brands as well, but no more sandpaper, even in supermarket toilet stalls!


so the brown sandpaper at the museum in Tel Aviv was leftovers from those days?
Very Happy

(What Tamiri meant is that in those days, you couldn't get the decent stuff even in the supermarket - oh, whoops - supermarkets didn't exist then either.)



I understood her to say that these days you get decent toilet paper even in supermarket stalls, we had to use what looked like cut up brown industrial paper towel (sand paper) at the museum 3 years ago.
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