That photo of a strand of toilet paper bearing the Auburn Creed dangling from a branch at the last rolling of the Toomer’s Oaks? It wasn’t Photoshopped… and it wasn’t just the first line.
A group of Auburn seniors—engineers and and designers—wrote all 180 words of the creed on the roll. We’re told the Charmin’ idea was Auburn senior Erin Murphy’s. How they pulled it off—and put it back on—is anyone’s guess.
Photo: Steven Wilkins.
Related: Meet the 100-year-old Auburn fan who got to Toomer’s Corner before sunrise to say goodbye to the Toomer’s Oaks.
More on the the Toomer’s Oaks:
* That tree in the old picture of Toomer’s Corner is not one of the Toomer’s Oaks
* Toomer’s Corner rollings didn’t start with Punt, Bama, Punt, says History
* Did Auburn students celebrate Bear Bryant’s death by rolling Toomer’s Corner?
* Auburn unveils new plans for Toomer’s Corner
* Incredible video of the final rolling of the Toomer’s Oaks shot from a drone
* What Auburn thought about Toomer’s toilet paper removal in 1979
* Auburn Creed written on toilet paper hanging from Toomer’s Oaks after final rolling
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Well, this beats my orange toilet paper… except that mine is visible in most of the pictures.