Bidet is nice in the summer but if you use it in the cold months, you will have ice on your butt.
You'll need a blow dryer or place butt over heating vent. Fireplace is probably best, just be very
careful not to burn your balls off.
Actually, I order large bulk items primarily online and usually at Walmart online. I buy stuff
like toilet paper, paper towels, wee wee pads, paper plates, paper bowls, dish liquid, washing
machine laundry pods, etc. Not all the time but I'd say 95% of the time I order that stuff so
I don't need to bother with it inside the store.
The town I live in does not have much of anything. It almost amazes me it has what it has
since the population is only about 2,000. It has a bank, grocery, dollar store, post office,
Dairy Queen, three gas stations, a few off the beaten path stores in the little court square area.
It also has a school and a park. BUT it is surrounding by resort areas (lake).
Walmart 1 is less than 15 minute drive.
Walmart 2 is less than 25 minute drive.
Most household items I purchase at Walmart. It's handiest. Online it's free shipping with
orders of $35 and usually received in 2 to 4 days.
I order items from Amazon also but it's stuff that I may not find locally like dog items.
I purchase items from Lowes at times, gardening supplies, outdoor equipment, lightning,
I also purchase apparel, clothing, shoes, at Macy's and other department stores.
When needing an item or two such as bread, I run over to the local dollar store or local
I'm really not sure why they run out of toilet paper. I am guessing that they simply don't
keep toilet paper in large supplies inside the stores. It takes up a lot of shelf space and
obviously it would take up a lot of stock space. So no doubt people are buying extra so
that they don't have to get out as much.
Wonderful conversation we're having. You can see why they don't want to pay me a