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Old 02-15-2012, 6:36 PM
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yea, I was going to say, that's just down right ornery
I have to admit. There was this kid back in my scout days who would always slack when it came to packing what he was supposed to be packing. He would always be begging toilet paper, batteries, water, etc.

He always seemed to have plenty of candy bars, though. One trip, the rest of us decided we were no longer going to provide for him. You could say we "conspired" to end his lazy ways.

When he - on cue - began asking for toilet paper, one of our group suggested that he "grab a bunch of those leaves down there" and use them. Yes, it was Poison Oak. No, he had no clue. He spent some time in the hospital, it was a bad scene.

He dropped out soon after. I often wonder if that incident prompted him to become responsible, although I doubt it.
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mudd butt. Haha. Just spit coffee all over the screen. Seriously, I've been thinking about this subject because tp is so bulky if try to store. However its an essential. I always keep a role in my truck, hunting bag, and fishing bag. Your never know....
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He dropped out soon after. I often wonder if that incident prompted him to become responsible, although I doubt it.

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for survival in SHTF i would use what my parents did in Mexico out in the ranches and stuff: newspaper, any paper, nice clean cloth rectangles, banana leaves, palm leaves, corn husks, smooth rocks.

technique is also important. squat low and spread those cheeks to minimize the surface area of your cheeks coming into contact with fecal matter. make sure you have the tp or wiping material in hand ready to wipe so when you let go with one hand you don't spread your crap on each cheek.

if your like me, then when you poop in the woods it is a dryer version of a nice soggy homemade dump; especially in the desert. i only have to wipe about 3 times tops.
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technique is also important. squat low and spread those cheeks to minimize the surface area of your cheeks coming into contact with fecal matter. make sure you have the tp or wiping material in hand ready to wipe so when you let go with one hand you don't spread your crap on each cheek.

if your like me, then when you poop in the woods it is a dryer version of a nice soggy homemade dump; especially in the desert. i only have to wipe about 3 times tops.




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Well if it is a simple one time emergency situation you use your shorts and just go commando. I can walk much further while free-balling it than I can sans a sock or two.

In a more permanent deal, it is amazing how well you can wipe your butt with a correct sized stick. In fact, my grampa used to tell a joke about the city slicker cousin whose country bumpkin cuz came to visit and used his new fangled indoor toilet. His only comment was that he had to "unroll an entire roll of paper just to find a stick to wipe his butt on!"

He also said that there was no wipin' quite as good as a fresh corn cob.

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In the winter you can use snow.
Oh, I forgot about snow. Yes, from experience I can tell you a nice snow ball is the best! Cleans and refreshes in one step!
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Lets talk about Sanitation in a SHTF scenario/ survival scenario / camping trip gone horribly wrong(because we didn't bring T.P.)

Here is a scenario that actually happened to me:
Last year my fiance and I were hiking up near big bear. I needed to make, so i grabbed the TP from my fiance's gear and headed across the creek for some privacy. I slipped on my way across the creek and fell halfway into the creek, and soaked the whole roll of TP which we thought was plenty for a day hike. I resorted to using emergency bandages which only sort of worked. I tried dried leaves which only made a mess, and also pine needles. The bottom line is that nothing worked well that I had available.

So lets talk about all the different scenarios. How do we wipe our butts when the TP isn't there? What about a home situation or a wilderness situation?

Here is a You tube vid to get us started:
lol..just like in the old days how would those people in the villages, jungles lived?
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Left hand and water.
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In the winter you can use snow.
Been a few times after eating too many chili peppers at The Hat that I've wanted a snow cone the next morning!
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Simplest solution.....

Washcloth. When finished, wash it off. Little soap and water will do the trick.
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What if you have to LIVE in the woods, or there WAS no toilet paper available to buy. I don't see phone books around much these days and I imagine the greensheet and newspapers wont be delivered much after SHTF.

"Your Hand." Gruesome but valid.

How about a designated rag that you wash each time?
Mullen leaf, when in season, is useful as well. This is about the extent of my ideas including the "hose yourself off" system mentioned in the video.
Using your suggestion if you LIVE in the woods you can make paper.

You do know it's made from wood pulp don't you?

I'm sure there are sites that describe the process...
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Yeah, had a buddy travelin' in the Caribbean Islands and went out to check out the local nightlife---drank some---ran into this young cute local girl and she gave him all indications he could be "lucky" tonight---he visted the john to take care of some personal business---returned to his new temporary girlfriend and made a remark about the lack of TP in the restroom---she then told him nobody she knew used toilet paper! He, being from here in the States, decided he wasn't ready to try the "wild side" of things and quietly slipped away...
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Using your suggestion if you LIVE in the woods you can make paper.

You do know it's made from wood pulp don't you?

I'm sure there are sites that describe the process...
You seem to be serious so I'll take you seriously:
Have you MADE paper?
I have. I've taught others to make paper. It is a HUGE waste of time to do it for TP, especially in a bugout scenario. the hardest part is making the pulp.
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While hunting I ran out of tp.
Thanks for wearing layers of clothing. I ripped my shirt with my hunting knife and used as tp. Worked very well!
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Hand and water. There's a reason the Indians dont eat with their left hand. (dot not a feather)
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Much cleaner too. Having spent weeks on end out in the wild you do NOT want to smear a big mess around. Water is so much better. Dont use unboiled water as you could contact a disease.
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I have come back from a hunt / hike missing a shirt sleeve once or twice befor. I won't give up the socks though.... Usually I stuff as much TP as I can into a film canister for day hikes so it stays dry. Has worked so far.
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I have used this method and it works very well also someone mentioned a snow ball they work great too, I have also used dry tree bark pieces in the same manner as the split sticks.

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funny stuff here. But, as a kid I saw a old man do it out in a field with a stick. no sh*t, really! He found a stick about 1" in dia. and 5-6" long and used his pocket knife to split it in half lengthwise. He then used a edge to scrapin a twisting move to remove the crap. He shook it off and did it again then used the 2nd half to do it again to make sure he was clean. This old guy was a farmer and dairymen back in upstate New York and we were way out back in a pasture and he had to go. I have never tried it.
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I'm thinking something like a plastic throw away spoon would be an effective scraper and could be washed and reused.
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Many seasons ago on that show survivor... the aqua dump.
Haha... I remember changing a prop underwater once. Got the urge, dove down, swam out ten yards, butt up and ripped it...
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Make sure it is well marked
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Moss makes for an excellent TP.... Gather it up, keep it a little moist in a plastic bag and TADA!
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Body position definatly helps matters.. man what a topic btw.
dig a hole and squat low over it keeping your body upright.. you will end up with.. ehem... less mess. (let gravity do it's thing)
Unfortunatly the cozy relaxing seated position on a toilet gives your cheeks a great oppertunity to be "greased". Thus using more TP!

Just another tid bit: using a short step stool while on the head will improve results at home and will help if you're constipated. Wife used the stool the aid her stool when she was pregnant.
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LOL! this right here. I'd fashion up some sort of water squirting device and apply soap.
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Have you MADE paper?
I have. I've taught others to make paper. It is a HUGE waste of time to do it for TP, especially in a bugout scenario. the hardest part is making the pulp.
Yup, I have. Made it in high school in art class (60's hippie art teachers).

You are correct, making the pulp is the difficult bit but it can be done.

If I was making paper, I wouldn't be doing it just for tp.
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A smooth rock. Bedouin method of wiping in the desert
Yup. Best method I know of. But you usually need several rocks. Make sure you brush any dirt off before using them or you'll be sorry.
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During Y2K my neighbor and I were talking and he said he had a basement full of water and canned food. He asked if I had stocked up and I said that I had. I told him I bought a 12 guage shotgun, a .308 rifle and several bricks of .22 ammo.

He is an anti-gun guy and he said. "Well, you can't eat ammunition". I replied with "When I'm starving to death with a case of ammunition, who's door do you think I am going to knock on?"

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kirkland babywipes at costco, 900 in a box, then your using the hand and dirt or hand and water method..

of course if its a zombie apocalypse and your city living, there will be plenty of old clothes lying around.
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