I hate it when I am in school WC and I run out of toilet paper

I hate it when I run out of shampoo while taking a hot shower

I hate it when I can never find anything to eat

I hate it when I have no clean clothes for school

I hate it when I get something on my shirt and my mom lets
it sit for the weekends. Then the day before any important occasion I have to spend a quite long time trying to get that
pesky stain out

I hate it when I am in a dash and put my favorite pants on when I can't find any shirt to fit them. Then I have to go take them off, and start all over again

I hate it when I am trying to watch my Ashton Kutcher on TV
and my mom has to ask me to do something

I hate it when I can't find anything to watch on TV, even
though I have over two hundred channels

Dont u ?
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I can really identify with your first example Da Cutest.

On my first visit to Japan, I found myself 'caught short' (needing to use the toilet) at Tokyo's busy Ueno railway station. My first surprise was the style of toilet - basically an elongated porcelain basin embedded in the floor. A few moments passed as I happily relieved myself, and then came the BIG surprise - there was no toilet paper in the cubicle ... not even a dispenser. I considered yelling for help, but realised nobody would have understood me anyway, so finally I ripped a few pages from my trusty notepad and used those.

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy recommends always carrying a towel. Personally I recommend a notepad - at least in Japan where it can also be used for communicating by pictures, the preferred style of writing in Japan.
I know what you mean. But don't you find that notepad paper merely smears instead of soaks?
In Chile you'll find that almost no public toilet (unless it's in some posh hotel) has toilet paper. You almost always have to carry your own or just hold on.
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lololol ... YES, the dreaded smear!

I know we are getting a little off the topic, but toilet paper alternatives is an interesting and potentially helpful subject.

Years ago when living alone deep in the Australian forest, I used to use wild tobacco leaves. They were great as long as one took care to wipe them in the right direction. They had small hairs which were very, VERY irritating if the leaves were wiped in the wrong direction.

P.S. Who is Ashton Kutcher?

Christopher Ashton Kutcher was born on February 7th, 1978 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. His twin brother, Michael, followed about five minutes later. Ashton also has an older sister, Tausha. His parents, Larry and Diane, divorced when Ashton was thirteen years old. It was around this same time that his brother had to undergo heart transplant surgery, which went smoothly. Still, the medical emergency impacted Ashton’s life, and he later enrolled in the University of Iowa, where he studied biochemical engineering in hopes of finding some way to help people with cardiomyopathy, the disorder his brother suffered from.
When Ashton was fifteen, his mother moved her family, along with her soon to be second-husband, to Homestead, Iowa - a relatively small farming community. While in high school, Ashton excelled at sports, but also developed a keen interest in theatre - making his debut in a 7th grade production of "The Crying Princess and the Golden Goose."

However, for the time being acting was only a hobby, and he was focused enough on his studies to gain entry into the University of Iowa’s biochemical engineering program. It was while studying at that institution that an agent discovered him in 1997. He was spotted at a restaurant and the agent suggested he enter a modeling contest called Fresh Faces of Iowa. Ashton ended up winning the competition, and earned himself a trip to New York to compete in an International Model and Talent Agency competition. He was quickly signed to an exclusive agency, and ended up traveling the world doing photo shoots and runway shows. Ashton landed some very good gigs, including Versace, and Calvin Klein.

In 1998, he decided to spread his wings some more and went on the audition circuit. One of the first shows he tried out for was That 70's Show , and he was lucky enough to get a very big early break.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Ashton took steps to make the jump to the big screen. He quickly landed roles in the teen romantic comedy, Down to You , the Ben Affleck action flick Reindeer Games and the modern western Texas Rangers , starring James Van Der Beek. Still young, Ashton has already managed to make an impact in the mediums of print, television and film. Clearly, he is one to watch.

Thanks for the info Da Cutest.

I can tell you are a big fan!
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i hate when everybody dont understand me?!!

i feel kinda lonley Emotion: sad
I hate it when I get yelled at for not putting the seat down.
i hate it when someone walks into a room im in and leave the door opened ..
opened doors drives me nutts ..
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