Toilet Paper

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"What could be more posh than having a cat give you your toilet paper for each wipe?"

Toilet paper is used as a great tool for vandalism, alongside eggs, especially on Halloween. It is also a versatile material, as the empty tubes can be used in cardboard construction.

Appearances

Strong Bad Desktop Theme — The Recycle Bin icon is replaced with a roll of toilet paper.

  • Email new hands (Easter egg) — One of the options for Strong Bad's new hands is a roll of toilet paper.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 7.0Strong Bad, as "Safety Dan", assures Marzipan that her house is safe from Halloween egging and toilet-papering.
  • Strumstar Hammer — On the final page, the Golbol is modified to resemble a commode, and is accompanied with a roll of toilet paper.
  • 3 Times Halloween Funjob — Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat roll The Stick with toilet paper. They offer to give a roll to the King of Town in exchange for leaving them alone. Strong Bad also sits on a throne made of toilet paper rolls.
  • Email monument — The left leg of the hypothetical Strong Bad monument is constructed from toilet paper rolls.
  • Teen Girl Squad Issue 11 — The girls are excited to attend summer camp now that it has working toilet paper.
  • Email trading cards — One of Coach Z's trading cards says "Ol' Butt Patterson once made a castle out of toilet paper!"
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 14.2Strong Sad reminisces about an April Fools' prank when he and Marzipan replaced everybody's toilet paper with 100% post-consumer recycled toilet paper.
  • Email diorama — Strong Bad uses a cardboard toilet paper tube to construct a robot for his diorama displaying the assassination of president Jimmy Carter.
  • Email your edge — Rolls of toilet paper are one of the items in Strong Bad's arsenal of "edge-havery".
  • Strong Badia the Free — Bubs is optimistic about Strong Bad taking over the world, because once Strong Bad drives the economy down the toilet, everyone will have to buy toilet paper from him.
  • Baddest of the Bands — Coach Z has a crate filled with "Colonel Rockbottom's half-ply toilet tissue", which he brands with his own logo. Strong Bad steals some to toilet paper The Stick and frame Coach Z. Strong Bad himself refuses to use the toilet paper, claiming that his butt requires at least seven plies.
  • Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective — When Dangeresque examines the ruby powered rocket, he says that he ordered one of these from the back of a comic book, once, only the ruby was plastic, and the rocket was a toilet paper roll, and the comic book was a napkin.
  • 8-Bit is Enough — If the player checks the bathroom cabinets, Strong Bad claims that they used the last of the toilet paper dressing Strong Mad up as "Squarehotep: The Vengeful Mummy".
  • Donut Unto Others — Homestar writes his secret recipe for doughnuts on a square of toilet paper.
  • Record Store Day — One of the album covers featured in the montage for the song "B-est of B-sides" displays a toilet paper roll in a red-tiled bathroom with a Japanese "DVD" sticker reading "ALL TOMORROW'S EURO-RESTROOMS".
  • The House That Gave Sucky Tricks — Coach Z is aghast at the two-star bed-and-breakfast's "failed terlet paper rose".
  • Posh Toilet Paper — In this Skills of an Artist episode, Strong Bad draws a picture of a roll of toilet paper being held by a cat statue.

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