You know how, when there's something up ahead in the road (a pothole, roadkill, big chunks of tire from a semi blowout), people swerve to avoid it? Well, on my way home from work, I saw some people ahead of me (in multiple lanes) swerving a bit. This was at the junction of the DC Beltway and I-95 North. Anyway, once I got closer, I could see what was in the road: dozens of rolls of toilet paper. Some of them were bouncing, some of them were flat, some of them were unrolling themselves along the road, and there were more along the side of the road. It must have happened not long before I got there, but I'm not sure how someone managed to lose dozens of unwrapped individual rolls of TP. Unfortunately, I did not have my camera with me.