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Toilet Rolls Handwash and Pasta Is This What it's Come To? Jeesh!

Updated on March 17, 2020
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Nell is a writer and author. With over 300 articles, and three novels in print. She is also interested in current topics in the news.

Toilet Roll Madness
Toilet Roll Madness

Pandemic Madness

By now the whole world knows there is a Pandemic. In plain English, this means that the whole world possibly has cases of the Coronavirus or Corvid-19.

But it seems to me that it's not the only pandemic going on.

And this one is a worldwide thing too.

But what is it?

A toilet roll pandemic.

Yes I know, you couldn't make it up!

Brainwashing by phone
Brainwashing by phone

So, what started it?

From what I can find it seems that one person, yes one person......put a video online stating that 'OH MY GAWD THERE ARE NO TOILET ROLLS! WE ARE AN ISLAND WE WON'T HAVE TOILET ROLLS.....!

Now, anybody with an ounce of sense will know that ten minutes later, a message popped up saying, 'Don't worry we make them in Australia!'

Yeah, easy eh?

Well no.

And why is that?

Because we now have something we never had before.

A cell phone. Or mobile as it's called in the UK.

And what difference does that make, you ask?

Because it seems the Millennial generation has forgotten how to think for themselves!

This resulted in a very strange phenomenon.

The toilet roll Heist!

Duh! Dumbass! (model)
Duh! Dumbass! (model)

One person in Australia started a pandemic of shopping. But not just any old shopping, oh no.

Thousands of under 40s around the world decided in their wisdom, or lack of, to attack the stores with the energy of a million locusts.

Toilet paper, hand wash, and pasta!

Pasta? What the........?

Well, they said, with a look of complete boredom cross stupidity.

'It keeps for ages!'

Yeah so do tins of soup, beans, stews, eggs, cheese, and....

Shall I go on?

I mean....

Pasta Madness!
Pasta Madness!

What idiot would want to cook pasta when they are so ill they can't stand up??

I mean come on guys!

Start thinking for yourselves for goodness sake!

Okay. Let's cut it down a notch here.

Let us think about the queues.

You are standing in a queue a mile long. And no, that is not an exaggeration. The queue goes all the way around the car park, into the shop and back out.

Now, let's get back to the main Pandemic, shall we?

CROWDS CAN KILL YOU BECAUSE THE VIRUS IS PASSED FROM ONE PERSON TO ANOTHER!

Jeesh!

They are so concerned about stuffing their faces that they forget the reason why we are doing it in the first place!

Facts of Coronavirus
Facts of Coronavirus

Let's get to the facts shall we?

  • The virus DOES kill younger people too! For some reason, the young have this attitude of me me me. Older people dying? Ya who cares, it's all about me.
  • If you are the back of a queue and believe you have to stock up because of shortages, then why stand in the queue? By the time you get there, all the stock will have gone! If there is stuff there, then there is no shortage. Duh!
  • The things you have to stock up are: Handwash, yes, obviously. Cough mixture. Painkilling tablets. BUT NOT ANTIHYSTAMINES OR ANTI INFLAMMATORY DRUGS! (Evidently, they stop your body fighting the virus) Check that out online.
  • Buy medical gloves. If you use public transport they are good because you can throw them away when you get off.
  • And last but not least. Start thinking for yourself! A 27-year-old girl got on a plane in England to go to Morocco, when she got there it was locked down now she is desperate to get home. When asked why she went she said: 'Well it never mentioned it on the Internet!
  • THINK FOR YOURSELVES AND NOT READ A DUMBASS IDEA ON THE INTERNET!
  • JEESH!

Funny Baby
Funny Baby

Phew! Take a breath and......

Keep safe. Think of people older than yourself. As French students said recently, 'we need our social life, it doesn't affect us!' Selfish little beep......!

Just remember these wise words that popped up last night;

'Don't forget contraceptives when you are binge buying. I would hate to see you produce another generation of Idiots!'

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      It's so much better in the shops now Peggy, I do think it has finally sunk into their brains, lol!

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      Peggy Woods 

      16 months ago from Houston, Texas

      And the madness continues! I am glad we got stocked up before the shelves were emptied. Apparently there is no shortage of toilet paper and the stores restock it daily. It is just fear and panic causing this situation. That being said, which would you rather run out of...pasta...or toilet paper? Ha!

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      Laurinzoscott 

      16 months ago from Kanab, Utah

      Thanks...

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Take care Laurinzo.

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      Laurinzoscott 

      16 months ago from Kanab, Utah

      Good to be back Nell Rose

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      Laurinzoscott 

      16 months ago from Kanab, Utah

      You as well Nell Rose...you are a welcomed face and I relish the thpught of devouring your words again

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      lol! Thanks Laurinzo! good to see you.

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      Laurinzoscott 

      16 months ago from Kanab, Utah

      "Crowds can kill you jeesh..." Its do good to be back...I love you Nell Rose..still lmao at sone of your eords....but hey good to laugh instead of cry...oh God gotta go...UPS is here ...waiting on Cade of tp

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      I totally agree Linda. I am also asthmatic, and need mine on monday, so fingers crossed! Thanks as always.

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      lol! Thanks Dora, is it the same on your island? Or is it safe?

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      HI Zulma, evidently Asda has it right, er not! 10 minutes for the elderly before the rest rush in and knock them flat!

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      lol! I never thought of that Paula! Good point! stay safe my friend.

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Thanks Wesman, LOL! now that made me laugh! thank you!

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      Linda Crampton 

      16 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      John's comment about asthma puffers was very relevant for me. This week for the first time ever I had to wait several days to get a new inhaler instead of picking it up a few hours after I asked the pharmacy for it. That's actually scary. If someone waits until their inhaler is nearly empty before getting a new one, they could be in trouble.

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      Dora Weithers 

      16 months ago from The Caribbean

      Insightful, funny and practical! True, the fake news is causing more stress than the real issue. I like your attitude toward these people who seem to put their brains in quarantine.

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      Kyler J Falk 

      16 months ago from California

      C'est la vie is all I can say, I suppose.

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Sorry Kyler, but its what I have seen. I based it on every single photo, every single video and so on. I have never ever picked on the young before, but this is just plain stupidity. And I also mentioned that there are many great younger people out there who are being amazing. There are stupid older and younger people.

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      Zulma Burgos-Dudgeon 

      16 months ago from United Kingdom

      I saw that too, Nell. It was absolutely heartbreaking. I understand Tesco is setting aside some time so health workers can do their shopping without having to battle with the hoarders. It's a good first step towards supporting these people.

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      Suzie 

      16 months ago from Carson City

      What entertainment some people give us! If it weren't for idiots, we'd have less to laugh about. When I read about the lack of Toilet paper and food on the shelves,I thought: "Well then, if we're low on food.....we'll surely need less Toilet paper!! See how things always seem to work out??!! Stay safe! Peace, Paula

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      16 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      I think the human species is emotionally immature. Probably from around the time gunpowder was invented, the technology the species has access too required an emotional IQ the species did not, on the average, possess.

      I dunno. Oh well, we do live in interesting times, and before the whole virus thing took off, I was more depressed than everyone else. Now...seems like half the world is much more depressed than me.

      It's not the way I like to "win" at things, but there it is.

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      Kyler J Falk 

      16 months ago from California

      Yeah, many people are, but I guess it is the generational bias I don't understand very much. You really went to town on the younger generation, but I could head over to any public forum and provide you with just as much evidence of "boomers" and whatever other generational words of performative cruelty you can think of.

      I don't know, just put a sour taste in my mouth, and missed the mark for tact and equity as far as the humor. Could just be that I'm being overly-sensitive, then again I'm just knee-capping my own feelings to not seem negatively triggered.

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Hi Kyler, I suppose I was being sarcastic really. I had just watched a nurse on tv crying because she was so tired and couldn't find any food in the store. It was horrible, and it made me so mad.

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      Kyler J Falk 

      16 months ago from California

      Not exactly sure how to feel about this article. Did I laugh? Yeah, sure it was pretty humorous. Can I appreciate the sentiments that lie behind it? I'm not wholly sure I could, perhaps in part. It read more like a parody/satire, so I'm not sure what to feel about this. Ultimately, I am confused about how to feel concerning this article and all it contains.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Oh my God John! can you imagine all this back in the second world war? my mum would be going nuts now if she was still with us! Thanks as always, and keep safe.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      I live in a small village Rochelle, and to watch these people go mad is beyond me! I would go for tins of food to be honest, but at the moment we have idiots coming from out of town and raiding our stores! Keep safe, and thanks

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      John Hansen 

      16 months ago from Gondwana Land

      Nell, this is crazy and embarrassing to hear it was started by an Australian. I went to the supermarket the other morning arriving 30 minutes before opening time to try to avoid the rush and while shelves were still stocked. The line up was already significant and some items were already gone by the time I got in the store.

      We are limited to one pack of toilet paper each and with a few other items as well. An elderly woman was pushed over in one store in a fight for a pack of toilet paper and a trolley collector was stabbed. Even our pharmacies have had to put limits on paracetamol and asthma puffers etc due to panic buying.

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      Rochelle Frank 

      16 months ago from California Gold Country

      I live in a rural area. A round trip to the store in the nearest small town takes about an hour so I always have a stock of non perishable food, paper goods, cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items stored up. I know that illness, severe weather, road closures and other disruptions can postpone resupply trips. This run on pasta, rice and other easily stored items tells me that most people really unprepared and don’t think about things that could help them avoid some stress when the unexpected thing happens.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      True Ken, one of the restaurants have started selling pasta, which I thought was pretty cool, so okay so far.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Same here Peggy, I hand washed, went shopping, wore medical gloves, washed them, took them off, washed my hands. And that was before I got back indoors! lol!

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Thank you MG, always good to see you.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Hi Jason, I suppose you are right about the comfort thing. But what makes me laugh is that its taken at least a week for them to start on the food! LOL!

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Hi Ann, lol! you keep safe too Ann, and thanks

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      LOL! Yeah that's the way to go Ruby! lol!

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      LOL! it never dawns on the idiots to go to the little corner shop, does it? Just hope they don't have kids, they will be stupid as them! Thanks, Tim.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Thanks Maitara, yes I totally agree with you.

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      Ken Burgess 

      16 months ago from Florida

      Hey now, last week I went out and bought hundreds of dollars worth of pasta and toilet paper.

      And sauce for the pasta, and canned tuna, and macaroni and cheese, and lots of canned veggies.

      And when they can no longer restock the shelves because they cant' produce food goods fast enough to replace them, I won't seem so crazy then.

      Keep in mind, this panic is on an international scale... no country and no store is going to get passed over... eventually there will be no more Rozoni pasta to put on the shelves, they just won't be able to make it fast enough.

      If this drags on for a few weeks, probably not a major crisis, if this drags on for a couple months or longer...there are going to be a lot of people without food, or any place to get it.

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      Peggy Woods 

      16 months ago from Houston, Texas

      Your last two sentences have me laughing. Yes, much of the world has gone a bit crazy, but hopefully, it will get sorted out, and reason will once again prevail. Wishing you well and stay safe! We are sticking close to home these days.

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      MG Singh emge 

      16 months ago from Singapore

      It's a great article. So nicely put together to make people beware.

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      Jason Nicolosi 

      16 months ago from AZ

      Good article Nell. Ya people have lost it. I mean it's ridiculous out there. It's human nature really. People tend to panic during crisis situations. So by purchasing piles of toilet paper, and what not they feel a sense of comfort. Now there not a scrap of toilet paper on any shelf. It's stupid really.

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      Ann Carr 

      16 months ago from SW England

      Yep, I totally agree, Nell. I overheard a girl on her phone saying, 'If some grab all the hand gel and there's none left for the rest, then they are still putting themselves in danger of contamination from those who have no hand gel!'

      I have been away helping my sister. When I get home I and my partner are going into self-isolation. We'll get lots of jobs done with no distraction of visiting or shopping. We can be selfish, shop online, watch lots of films and catch up on outstanding household jobs and I can have some time for hubpages!

      Let's hope this is all over sooner rather than later. Keep safe and well, Nell, and don't forget the loo rolls!

      Ann

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      16 months ago from Southern Illinois

      HaHaHaHa, so funny and so true. My husband Ray went to Walmart this morning to purchase toilet tissue, SOLD OUT. Little Giant is across the street, he went there, NONE..He saw a delivery truck drive in, he asked the driver if he was delivering toilet tissue/paper, he said " Yes " Ray waited and lo and behold he got two BIG packages. I ' ain't ' seen nothing like this in my lifetime. Will we make it? Sure we will, ' cos ' we got toilet paper......Hee

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      Tim Truzy 

      16 months ago from U.S.A.

      Hi, Nell. I've taken a cue from you and I've been working on my novels. But this is funny. Around here, you can't find a roll of striking paper. (old military talk for toilet paper.). Luckily, we have a pretty good supply in the house.

      Really? I know you have probably been camping? Everyone can pitch a tent and the toilet paper problem is solved. lol. It's spring time, lots of leaves out there. All the restaurants are closed down, ordered by our governor.

      The conspiracy nuts say this is a step toward declaring martial law. They better have toilet paper if that happens, or Americans will rebel. lol

      Great hub. Thanks.

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      Mitara N 

      16 months ago from South Africa

      To behave in such a manner, seriously, I don't understand the rational behind the panic buying. How does that solve anything really? Can't solve one problem, yet go out and create another problem

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Yes I totally agree Devika, it seems it certainly brings out the strange ones!

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Frisbee style, LOL! now that would be something to see!

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      You stay safe too Bill, and thanks.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Hi Flourish, I can just imagine! I just hope the whole thing goes away soon, take care.

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      Devika Primić 

      16 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi Nell it is aa crazy world we live in and in such crisis people show their selfishness more and they would go down to their lowest. It is a shame to see people behave in this manner.

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      Zulma Burgos-Dudgeon 

      16 months ago from United Kingdom

      That was quite the rant. Feel better, now. lol

      Why can't people see that it's their panic shopping that's causing the shortages? Manufacturers simply cannot keep up with the demand. If they only buy one or two extra than they normally buy, chances are there would be enough to go around. I just don't understand the world anymore.

      My daughter and I went to the supermarket yesterday to do some scavenging. About the only thing they had in abundance was clothes and flowers. I have a very pretty bouquet of roses livening up my living room now. Still, we were able to get some basics and, if push comes to shove, I have enough ingredients to make my own pasta.

      Funny thing, we ordered pizza last night for dinner and were told the driver would not be handing them to us. I thought maybe he would launch them at us Frisbee style. Actually, he was to leave them outside our door, stand well back and wait for us to bring them in, then leave. Instead, he handed them to me like normal and bade me a good evening. I giggled at that. And yes, I did wash my hands after taking them off him.

      Have a good day, Nell.

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      Bill Holland 

      16 months ago from Olympia, WA

      I simply do not understand the whole toilet paper madness, but then there are many times I don't understand my fellow man, so there you go.

      Stay safe and healthy and happy!

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      FlourishAnyway 

      16 months ago from USA

      People hoarded face masks and now the medical folks don’t have enough and hospitals are asking for donated boxes of hoarded supplies. Absolutely crazy. You do have to wonder what this is doing to people who ordinarily (during non pandemic times) have problems with hoarding, anxiety, and the like.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Thanks Brenda, yes its as scary as the virus, just the thought of the idiots! lol!

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      BRENDA ARLEDGE 

      16 months ago from Washington Court House

      Nell, I like your article.

      Yes, the madness is here.

      Trouble is there are no essentials left like hand sanitizer, toilet paper and such.

      So each day I must go back out into the crowd to see if a new truck came. Problem is if you are not there it us sold out in a matter of seconds.

      I have been thinking if myself though in purchasing a stove and small freezer.

      I will be able to cook. Hopefully I will feel like standing...cause I really hate just eating soup. Especially when I don't feel well.

      Thanks for sharing.

      Stay safe...let's hope we don't get a new generation of idiots!

    • Nell Rose profile imageAUTHOR

      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Hi Lorna, really? Oh my lord. that is awful! It certainly brings out the horrible stupid people doesn't it?

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      LOL! thanks, Pamela! Yes over here the theatres, cafe's, and bars have shut, so they are taking the drink to the doors!

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      Lorna Lamon 

      16 months ago

      Well said Nell and it is a combination of madness and selfishness - every man for himself. One story that really saddened me was that a blind man had his one packet of toilet rolls lifted out of his trolley. You really can't get any lower than that. Love the last para -

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      16 months ago from Sunny Florida

      I think another generation of idiots is quite possible! After all, the liquor store have been open and if you stay home - LOL. Very good article that says it all.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      LOL! That's what I thought when I first saw the saying! Thanks Shauna.

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      Nell Rose 

      16 months ago from England

      Exactly Liz! I have no idea why! thanks as always.

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      16 months ago from Central Florida

      Nell, I love the closing paragraph. That says it all!

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      Liz Elias 

      16 months ago from Oakley, CA

      WTF is the matter with the STORES, not limiting purchase quantities???!!! This is easily controlled by that one simple measure!

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