Susan, you forgot the other thing. Yes, hide the TP, but never forget to change the locks!
Milk. I've had some oddities there, at least to me. Like irradiated skim milk (blue milk ain't natural) served at outside temp in a bag lunch while in Army Basic back in 95. Irradiated shelf stable goat and cow milk (not blended, mind ya) while in Europe in mid-1990. Now, I could certainly understand alternatives to cow's milk for those who are either allergic or lactose intolerant. But 'normal' folk who drink and train themselves to 'enjoy' soy milk and concoctions brewed up in a chemists' lab are just silly. Then again, you could drink all the milk you want and it won't do you a lick of good unless you actually go out in the sun for about 15-30 minutes, where a wonderful photosynthetic experience happens: the conversion of calcium or Vitamin D into calciferol or Vitamin D3, the stuff which actually goes into the formation of bones, ligaments, skin, tissue, hair, and sundry organs. Actually, you don't need direct sunlight, just the UV radiation. Hence the popularity of 'sunlamps' used in northern zones in the US and almost all of Russia.