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    Default Toilet Paper Sightings

    Since we do such a great job hunting tf figures, thought we could put our resources together for a greater cause!



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    Dunno what it'll be like elsewhere, but here in NW Tassie a lot of people seem to have overlooked the $2 shops as sources of pasta/toilet paper/etc, or at least they had last week.

    If you're almost out of the usual hoarding consumables, trying the Reject Shop etc might deliver better results than supermarkets.

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    As I understand it a few of the radio stations here in Perth are reporting restocks in big shopping centres, which inevitably leads to it all being gone within 10 minutes.

    I've taken a stroll through the local IGA near my folks place every lunch break this week and it's always been empty.
    I'm really just here for the free food and open bar.

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    Nothing at Katoomba Coles and Woolies or at IGA Springwood

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    Too soon!

    Haven't seen toilet paper in the shops since before the Long Weekend.

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    your best bet is to get up super early and queue up before the shops open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshi594 View Post
    your best bet is to get up super early and queue up before the shops open.
    Don't forget the seniors early opening times, perhaps send in your folks in first to see if they have a better chance

    not gonna lie as i work in this field someone reported a sighting via facebook group and the whole supply was gone in moments leading to alot of angry people, truly crazy times

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    Umm, you do know they used to use newspaper before toilet paper, right? It's not the end of the world.

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    Your best bet is for the delivery trucks to visit the warehouses 24/7 to pick up the toilet rolls.

    For that to happen the government needs to pass legislation that says " To hell with noise complaints, these trucks need to deliver the goods!"

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