The great toilet paper shortage of 2020, a source of constant pandemic anxiety -- and predictable source of jokes -- is finally coming to an end. We appear to have stockpiled enough, so sales are
slowing down, in January falling "more than 4% from the same period a year earlier," per The Wall Street Journal
. One enthusiastic TP purchaser quoted in the WSJ
"still has 54 rolls,
stored in various places throughout her home: in a guest room, the back of a linen closet, the laundry room in the basement. 'I’m not planning on buying for a while,' she said."
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