Saturday, August 28, 2004

Celebration!

If senior citizens can celebrate the birthday of toilet paper (link above), maybe I should throw a party to celebrate the birthday of mascara, tampons, or condoms. Anyone know the birthday of those products?

3 comments:

Mean Dr. Lily said...

"Estimates vary, but Brittingham said she found after some research that some believe Aug. 26, 580, was the first time toilet paper, in a primitive form, was used."

Who wrote that down?

"Today I wiped my ass with my bark. It felt good to finally be clean back there, but I could use something, you know, -quilted-."

Mean Dr. Lily said...

OOoohhh, even better... maybe they didn't even have modern languages at the time of this important documentation. Can you imagine the hieroglyphics?
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Mean Dr. Lily said...

Oops. That was a sweet bit of art up there, but it's not displaying properly.