March Photo a Day Challenge: 31. Goodbye March

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March was the month of toilet paper. Suddenly there were only empty shelves of toilet paper in the supermrket. It could no longer be found. The stores had no more, although rumour had it that there were toilet paper addicts, buying all it could find. I must admit even I managed to rescue 30 rolls. How terrible to have no toilet paper. Imagine a world without toilet paper? Now the situation is normalising. It made headlines in the local newspaper that our store had four rolls to sell in the last few days, and today I even discovered my favourite toilet paper in the supermarket, 10 rolls in a paket, the supreme recycling paper.

So let us all relax, next month there will be enough toilet paper for all, but March 2020 will remain as the month of the toilet paper famine.

March Photo a Day Challenge: 31. Goodbye March

4 thoughts on “March Photo a Day Challenge: 31. Goodbye March

  1. It is still difficult around here. Unless you shop at dawn, there’s nothing in the paper good aisle. Even frozen veggies are hard to find. I keep waiting for it to get better, but living so far in the country, deliveries are not like they are in bigger towns.

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    • We are probably lucky to be a small country and our shops have enough goods. At the beginning here was a lot of panic shopping, but now it has improved. I am so sorry for your problems and so powerless to help. Frozen and canned goods were the first things to go here when everyone started panic buying

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