The trick to cleaning up toilet paper is to do so before it rains. It will
be nearly impossible to clean up if the toilet paper gets soggy. You will
need a garbage bag, ladder, yard stick or broom handle, and duct tape. Start
at the top and work your way down. Wrap duct tape - sticky side out - around
the end of a yard stick or broom handle. The person on the ladder should
pull the strands down while the person on the ground grabs the toilet paper
and puts it into the garbage bag.
HA-HA LOL! I actually was one of the bratty teenagers that T.P.'d someones house. It was fun doing it. At that time in 1978-1979 it was one of our high schools 'things' that we'd either be getting T.P.'d or doing the T.P.'ing. It may be a P.I.A. to clean it up, but in hindsight, it was one of the milder, less harmful activities that I did when I was in my youth. If I had only stuck with T.P.'ing instead of moving on to drugs, I wouldn't be in this Hep C situation, you know? Have fun in your endeavour to remove it!
When someone rolls your yard with TP at Halloween. It's customary in the US. I've done it and had it done.
Also, you can roll someone's yard if you don't like them because it's a pain in the a-ss to clean up the TP.
They throw eggs at your house too and smash your jackolanterns but we're considered one of the most civilized nations in the world.
Also here in farm country some has been known to fill small brown paper bags with manure, set it on the steps, light it on fire then pound on the door. When they open the door they stomp it out..........And well you know the rest.
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