Do we have any more Toilet Paper?

Science Daily used an online survey to gather data from 1,029 adults from 35 different countries to conduct a study by Swiss and German scientists. They discovered that people were more likely to stockpile toilet paper if three personality traits came together just right: One – People who scored higher on the “emotionality” scale of the personality test felt more threatened by the pandemic and stockpiled more toilet paper. Two – Behavior was driven by “malleable external factors,” such as the effectiveness of preventive measures taken by the local governments. Three – People who scored high on the “conscientiousness” scale – those with a higher sense of diligence, a tendency to plan for the future – were more likely to start hoarding toilet paper. Which one are you?


Here is the Joke Roll

When I don’t feel like cleaning the house, I’ll watch Hoarders and I’m convinced I could put it off for another week.

Saying somebody is “homeless” is not politically correct. I prefer to call them “reverse hoarders.”

The solution to the toilet paper shortage is the same as the solution to a crossword puzzle.
One square at a time.

What’s the difference between 4-layer toilet paper and a liberal arts major?
You don’t find 4-layer toilet paper at McDonalds!


August 17th Birthdays

1995 -Tarissa Farmiga, 1971 – Tammy Townsend, 1995 – Gracy Gold
1973 – Paul Wiggins, 1986 – Tyrus Thomas, 1786 – Davy Crockett


Morning Motivator

The elevator to success is out of order. You’ll have to use the stairs…one step at a time.


Worldwide Roll Call

Reasons for toilet paper hoarding