Unfortunately for Cox, the T-shirts were very popular, leaving only 19 for her to take away, costing her a little less than $600. Not that she intends to lose that $600 -- Cox plans to return the shirts at the tail end of PacSun's 60-day refund policy, which will render her protest completely 100 percent effective and will teach the entire planet the error of their ways.
Family Gets Toilet-Papered ... Burns Down House
Cheryl Crausewell of Alabama woke up one morning last January to an unpleasant sight: Neighborhood kids had given her front yard tree the ol' toilet paper special. Crausewell and her son began to clean the toilet paper, but when they realized it was going to take more than five minutes of manual labor, they both agreed on the obvious solution: setting fire to the remaining toilet paper with a lighter.
The fire quickly spread from the toilet paper to the tree, then from the tree to the nearby grass, then to the backyard, then to a propane tank next to the barbecue, then finally ...
"Go, Diego, go! Save yourself!"
Thankfully, Crausewell's home was insured, and they plan to rebuild as soon as they convince the insurance company that "raging inferno due to freak toilet paper accident" totally counts. Fingers crossed!
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