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Wish List Item: I’ve lost track of the numbers…
Wish List Item: I’ve lost track of the numbers…

That would be your standard roll of Glow In The Dark Toilet Paper.  You can order it at Urban Outfitters if you want.  Of course it will set you back $10, and that’s just for one roll.  But c’mon, it’s glow in the dark TP!  Now you don’t need a night light for those late night emergency trips to the john.  Plus, when you flush, it would probably look like Slimer trying to escape from Venkman and his crew.

But on a somewhat serious note, let’s say you get this stuff and you like it.  And you end up using it exclusively for all your TP needs.  Since it’s glow in the dark, will there be any residual side effects?  I mean, will your butt glow if you use it too much?  These are the questions I have in my head.  Just sayin’.

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