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For you as a child, the cardboard roll became a microphone. As a teen, the toilet paper itself became a way to get back at teachers, your neighbor that's always calling in noise complaints, and that jerk who stood you up. Now, you can get out all of that creative (and possibly still negative) energy by re-purposing all those toilet paper rolls as funky wall art! Yes- this is happening soon! =)

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