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Is 2-Ply 2-Much to Ask For?!

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NORFOLK, VA – Outrage has erupted from the Colorectal Department of Medi-Ocre Hospital over substandard staff toilet rolls.  Professor Daniel Rears has spearheaded this campaign to upgrade the staff’s toilet paper (TP).

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“Look, it’s pretty simple for us, we spend 24 hours a day, 7 days a week obsessed with our patient’s bowel movements, stranger’s f**king sh*ts.  Normally that would be considered a crime!” Rears exclaimed.

“I honestly don’t think it’s too much to ask for double-ply toilet paper.  We’re currently wiping with half ply!  Half ply!  It tears up in your hands for f**k’s sake!  It’s only use is in a rectal prolapse, so when it tears up you can feel it and reduce it accordingly… Not that I have a rectal prolapse or anything…”

Dr. Reynold Bhum, a colorectal trainee, strongly opposes this change, stating that “the more exposure I have to feces, the better it is for my training.”  Most in the department have ostracized Bhum because he’s weird.

Gomerblog wishes Rears a successful outcome.  As far as we’re concerned, we’ll stick to our triple-ply golden TP.

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