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    Genevïéve
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    Ladies….

    Why is it that people (you know who you are) REFUSE to use the last 10 sheets of toilet paper, throw the core out and then reload the dispenser ??? Instead, they would rather start on a new roll…

    Like, what gives ??? Seriously…. it’s not Rocket Science, and is not so strenuous that it will cause a heart attack…

    Currently, I live in a 3 bedroom, shared basement apartment. A few days ago the toilet paper roll was getting low… so I took it off the dispenser, loaded a fresh roll and put the near finished roll on top… The next time I used the little girls room, I noticed that the near finished roll was still there and the new roll had been used. Seriously… is it laziness, or is it a rebellious act ???

    Another example… was living elsewhere several years ago… and a similar thing happened. The toilet paper roll was near finished… so I took it off the dispenser, loaded a fresh roll and put the almost depleted roll on top… the next time I used the washroom, there was the empty core sitting on top of the new roll with not one, but two garbage bins within reaching distance of the toilet… 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

    Another example… same abode, different person. Two washroons, one on main level, and one in basement. The person in question would use the downstairs w/r and the toilet ‘if’ there was sufficient paper on the roll… as soon as the roll got anywhere near empty, they would use the upstairs w/r and wait for me to use up the near finished roll and put a new roll on…

    Why is it that certain peeps REFUSE to reload the toilet paper dispenser ???

    Gen ❤

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      stephanie plumb
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      What do you do with the empty toilet roll tubes?  🧻

      Two things we do:

      1.  Grow runner bean seeds.  They rapidly grow a long root system. So sow one seed per tube full of compost that is embedded in a pot of compost.  Or fifteen tubes embedded in a seed tray full of compost.   Gives the bean a good head start and they can be kept longer before planting out in the garden. And the tubes are biodegrable!  And they protect the seedlings from slugs and mice. 🌱🌱🌱🌱

      2.   As a dog food parcels. Fill two tubes 3/4 full and crimp over ends to form  closed tubes. Our 2poos loves opening these up as it simulates hunting for her grub. Then she tears them to bits as a bit of fun – or to pretend they are squirrels.   Not sloppy food obviously –  she lives on flat-iron steak ,and occasionally lamb leg steak. And a bit of veg.   🥩🍖

      Steph,  gardener and dog psychologist

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        Amanda Burton
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        Or watch Blue Peter,” here’s one I made early”.( Valarie Singleton Stephanie? yes that’s another story)
        Beans in bog roll, does that translate as organically homegrown?. No I am not going to ask if you self manure the plot before hand, that vision is X rated.

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      Donna
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      Haha when have friends come over and by chance have to use my bathroom they are surprise no TP around why due to fact have a bidet in my bathroom TP  so yesterday.

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        Sarah Du Hessisse
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        Donna a Bidet well in my part of the rural world, they are referred to as wellie washers much more useful.

        Love Sarah xx

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          Donna
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          LOL does that too mine does the complete undercoat so refreshing too.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Bidets!!!!….

        remember to check that your water company/ provider is not doing pressure checks before using one…..yikes!!!!

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          Amanda Burton
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          Some just have taps rather than a spray Grace, you have to use a flannel. A sort of reverse face wash, or just simply a hand wash. Noooooooooooo

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            stephanie plumb
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            I think I prefer the Roman cloth on a stick method

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            Amanda Burton
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            The Romans had slaves that did that for them they were called, Pokémon attendants

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            Grace Scarlett
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            Taps!!….you mean….sit in the sink???

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            Amanda Burton
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            Yes Grace, some have taps, you actually have to either fill the bowel and wash with running water.
            Stayed with friends in France who had one just like it. With great relief they had a toilet and paper too.

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            stephanie plumb
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            Fill the bowel!  What is it a sort of enema?  Do you use an attached hosepipe?

            In France! Both a toilet …. and… paper!  Whatever next! Perhaps they will put a bowl above the footprints, so one can sit down on the job.   Whatever you do, don’t lean and support your back against the wall, you will miss the 6″ round hole in the floor, and fill your boots.

            🍜🚽

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            Amanda Burton
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            I can remember the toilets in the small French market towns, uni sex ones. One very large shower tray with a hole in the middle and no doors in sight.

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            stephanie plumb
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            The posh ones … in French 5* hotels ….  have two raised footprints for correct  lateral positioning and alignment (knees up under your chin)  ….  like the Dambusters bomb-aimers had to do in Holland with their bouncing bombs.  Of course yours won’t bounce.   💥

            pottymouth Steph xx

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            Amanda Burton
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            5* hotels I think many of my establishment were – 5*,what happened if you had knee quiver at the point of plop?

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        stephanie plumb
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        So ………   how do they dry off?  🚿🧻🚽   …🧽?

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          Amanda Burton
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          I expect Donna has one of those fashionable blow dryers you can buy that are mounted about knee height, with a nozzle at 45degres. Slightly bend forward, position the wet area over the dryer, part the cheeks to obtain the perfect blow job done.

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            Donna
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            yes very posh dryer on it also in case of lose of pressure and water do have the 3 shells too sitting near by lol

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            Regi Kelly
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            Oh my heavens, the thought of that sight, lol
            Hugs, Regi👩💕

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      stephanie plumb
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      Now here’s a question about toilet-roll etiquette or best practice.

      When you put the roll on the dispenser should the first sheet be hanging down from the back of the roll, or from the front of the roll?

      What do you do?

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        Amanda Burton
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        Front Stephanie definitely, I want to see that inviting softness of luxury toilet tissue, hanging down in all its glory and know my soft delicate bum is not about to sandpapered to a carpenter ‘s finish.

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        Genevïéve
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        When I was a toddler, my mother had the toilet roll hanging at the front… until I decided to have some fun and put a full roll of TP all over the floor… (little bugger 😄) after that, she put the roll on hanging from the back…

        Gen ❤

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        Donna
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        Front do it the other way write it down and don’t forget it lol.

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        Leonara
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        My vote is the front…ever since I was in maintenance working my through college I was taught how to change TP and hang it from the front..by the way 🤔 how to clean a toilet and sink is a another topic altogether lol
        Be well and stay safe 😷. Leonara

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        Bridgette VonSmirff
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        Front, obviously! Any other possibility is clearly wrong

         

        Okay, I just wanted to do that…tip toeing out now…

        Bri

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        Genevïéve
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        Stephanie….

        IMO… It depends on the dispenser and location….

        Gen ❤

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      Krista
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      Hi Gen, I know that this may sound strange, even unbelievable, but there are people who really don’t know how to change a toilet paper roll.  Someone else has always done it for them and they just don’t have “common” sense to figure out how to take the empty roll off of the dispenser.  I remember many years ago teaching someone (I can’t remember who it was) how to take off the empty roll.  The lazy part comes in when they’d rather not do it than learn how to do it  or  maybe they are just too embarrassed to admit they don’t know how.  Any way, that’s my two cents.  Thanks Gen.   Take care, Hugs, Krista.

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      stephanie plumb
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      Replace the dispenser with a big jar of water and a stick wrapped at one end with a piece of cloth. Like what the Romans did.   But be careful…..      it can lead to that cliche’d  expression  “got hold of the wrong end of the stick.”  Sorry. Couldn’t resist.

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      Darcy Grigsby
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      I personally used the flushable wet wipes so I have little use with the TP roll and typically pay it no mind. That said I do observe all the aforementioned habits play out, but not my rodeo!

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      Rebecca Rigg
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      Give HIM a shovel and tell HIM to do it outside, and enforce it HE’LL soon learn HE just needs a little training.

      Rebecca ❤️

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      LisaT
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      It’s short term memory loss and lack of training. He, and I emphasise HE, rushes to the bathroom for an urgent visit.

      OMG the toilet roll is nearly empty and he doesn’t have time to wind the new length of paper onto the roll. I bet you have never explained the roll is exchangeable.

      Nnnnggggg!!!

      That’s a relief now was there one thing I needed to do. Nope can’t think of anything perhaps I was going to get another beer.

      Done

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      Andi DuBois
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      Don’t get me started… in this house, empty roles seem to be put on the floor next to the bin instead of in it. It is the same with the kitchen – someone walks past the dishwasher to put dirty plates, etc. in the sink.

      I would blame the teen but in reality I think it is the SO.

      -A.

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      Grace Scarlett
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      Gen, honey….good point!!!

      I pride myself on my cleanliness, my place may be girly messy, but goodness me it’s clean!!..

      Some people!!!!…grrrrr…i guess it’s partly down to laziness and partly just how your parents raised you……

      as my Italian friend said about toilet roll…….

      ” don’t waste a da sheets, cos eef  you have a da sheets, you may needa more sheets”!!!!

      Grace xx

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        stephanie plumb
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        Remember this one?   So I go back to my hotel, an there’s no sheet on my bed.  I calla the manager and I tell him “I wanna sheet on the bed.”  He say, “You better not sheet on the bed, you sonna ma bitch!

        Saw this sign in the “Ahem! ” gents toilet in a campsite in the Dolomites. It went something like –

        “No deposito buttare papier in the wandpecker werfen.”

        The receptionist gave us a pitch behind two German caravans that had a washing line full of washing strung between them to block access behind them- the only way through to our pitch. So we had too…….well…  what were we supposed to do?  Later Kevin drew a Hitler moustache on the figure on the gents door in revenge!  The Germans came back and sat at their tables drinking wine and giving us dirty looks  – we were sat on Tesco carrier bags swilling bottles of Forst Lager.  Ahhh… happy days!   The Top Gear boys had nothing on us!

        Its no wonder I’m in the FNC! Steph xx

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      Amanda Burton
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      I think that’s a bog standard complaint in many household Gen.. Another thing, What I find annoying is people will use up the last piece of paper, but won’t replenish with a new roll even though the spare ones are beside the holder. I think the prognosis is absolutely right laziness.

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      Polly Stewart
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      Yo… Laziness!

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      Paula Hess
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      LOL I guess it’s because they are lazy 🤷‍♂️

      same goes for coffee. The person who takes the last cup should make more but many don’t.

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