Aussie paper prints extra pages to help with coronavirus toilet paper shortage

Aussie paper prints extra pages to help with coronavirus toilet paper shortage

Darwin-based NT News printed a special edition with some extra blank pages on Thursday to be cut out and used as toilet paper after coronavirus panic-buying sparked a shortage in Australia.’Run out of loo paper? The NT News cares,’ the front page reads. ’That’s why we’ve printed an eight-page special liftout inside, complete with handy cut lines, for you to use in an emergency.’

Timothy
Timothy
Up
Up 3 weeks

Nothing says quality like "Use our product to wipe your ass."

Watcher
Watcher 3 weeks

Most daily news papers are only fit to be used as toilet paper. So no news here really

Daddy Tito
Daddy Tito 3 weeks

Can you even flush newspaper? I’d be concerned it would clog the pipes.

Michael
Michael 3 weeks

That‘s actually pretty gross. I deliver newspapers almost daily and the newspapers can stain your hands black because of the ink.

Lord Flasheart
Lord Flasheart 3 weeks

Ah Northern Territory. Australia's Florida.

Peter
Peter 3 weeks

"All the news that's fit to poop on. "

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 3 weeks

hahahaha

Anony
Anony 3 weeks

Hopefully this convinced more people to order bidet attachments.

Girthquake
Girthquake 3 weeks

and?

Paul C
Paul C 3 weeks

Is the currency of 'modern' society toilet paper? Not in the sense of money, but TP seems to be the thing we hoard in a crisis.

O'Brien
O'Brien 3 weeks

Thanks NT but no need. This what the The Guardian is for.

Max Bants
Max Bants 3 weeks

Behind every shitpost: Der Australian

Test Steam
Test Steam 3 weeks

If you didn't read yesterday's paper you would have double ply.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 3 weeks

think of the paper cuts!

michael zubas
michael zubas 3 weeks

that's actually A good idea. those Aussies are some badass's

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 3 weeks

The story is obviously running out of steam

Brett Ellis
Brett Ellis 3 weeks

MSM already prints toilet paper, albeit, with ink

Dr. Ross
Dr. Ross 3 weeks

That's what I call "Customer servise". These guys have carefully positioned themselves right behind their customer base.

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