sheesh I dont know I will ask my folks what that had for Y2K they had their entire 2 car garage filled with stuff, us kids used it as a super market for months after nothing happened.
it was great, go to moms house, do laundry, and shop for supplys in the garage!
That t.p. reference is funny, when I was a kid my dad always said we were allowed 1 square of t.p. to use for each bathroom visit ! Ack this was the result of him growing up during the depression, which he never forgot, and was imprinted on him for the rest of his life. (and mine)
I learned about not wasting anything...but I'm normal, really, I buy 1000 sheet rolls of t.p. and don't complain that it's not super soft. (!?) Those rolls that boast softness are only 500 to 750 sheets to a roll, or something.
talk about waste.
Just learn to conserve and use sparingly, we can do it!
canning lids and seeds for next years garden
oil lamps and oil
cooking oil, I read today that olive oil will last for two years.
a old cookbook with recipes from the depression or from 30's to 50's.
Seeds! Seeds for several years of garden, if you can properly store them.
a year's supply of anything you are addicted to, like if you are used to eating a chocolate candybar once a day, you better stock up. Cigarrettes if you are used to smoking them, unless you plan to quit cold turkey!! that will be rough, too.
Cast iron cookware, incase you have to cook over open fires.
Non perishable foods.
Toilet Paper...and when that runs out, use tree leaves...big ones like Maple leaves..watch out for poison ivy.
Sugar and flour. Honey! When the sugar runs out you can sweeten with honey.
Learn to bake bread if you don't already know. Stock pile Peanut butter...it has a long shelf life.