How fast the time flies. Just two months ago we saw video’s of a world wide toilet paper war. People plundering, fighting and scavenging massive amounts of toilet paper. How would these people look back at the video’s being made of them? How would they feel when they open the garage door to find a lifetime of toilet paper stacked up as a testimony of their stupidity? It is hard to imagine that history one day will feature ‘March 2020: toilet paper crisis’, but it is more than likely that this will be a standard lecture. Or people doing their college degree essay about toilet paper behaviour in a crisis.
Let’s reminisce about the funniest, most tragic and most memorable toilet paper moments. Let this article be a starting point for every study on the corona toilet paper crisis of 2020! We have made a few categories. Starting off positive, let us look at how the toilet paper art came to live. Start with the creativity:
The toilet paper crisis, memes and fights are already replaced by the ‘my plans for 2020’ memes and whatever the quarantaine did for your body, your haircut, relationship and who knows what. If anything, the corona virus has showed us how hypes come as quick as they go and vica versa: