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Cashmere toilet paper?

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  • “Cashmere” … or “mere cash”?

    In the days of Soviet Russia, toilet paper was always quite scarce. Foreigners touring Russia were therefore advised always to have plenty of rubles on them, “just in case”… 🙂

  • What problem? The price?

    In communist Poland, you were advised to carry your own. The offer of extra zloty in a hotel or other public washroom would not net you more than the miserly amount doled out by attendants. Insufficient for a sneeze.

  • Finding toilet paper in Venezuela used to be a huge problem. Now that there isn’t any food or medicines, and an overflow of worthless currency, you don’t hear people complain about not finding toilet paper anymore.

    By the way, does Mr Dudamel still support the Maduro government?

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