Everyone has their own ideas about the “correct” way to hang a toilet paper roll.
Over or under? You make the call.
Still I think we can all agree that the most annoying thing is when someone simply refuses to replace the roll at all. Perhaps you’ve seen this floating around in Facebook:
This makes me nuts. When you try to balance the new roll on the holder instead of installing it you help no one.
I’ve seen full rolls of TP fall into the toilet because of poor balancing, which is a tragic waste. (Also it’s super gross to fish out the sodden roll and trash it.) This is messed up.
But sometimes, I realize, you just don’t want to spend that extra half-minute (half a minute!!!!) to install the new roll properly.
At my house I think we actually have this problem solved. The toilet paper hangers are much easier to load and unload. Here’s how they look:
The answer is: it stays really well when it is full, although you do need to learn not to spin the roll too vigorously, especially when it’s almost out.
At first we did have a few incidences of out-of-control flying (almost-empty) toilet roll. But really, we don’t need to spin it so crazily in any case, now do we? It only took a week or two to learn how to operate the TP properly.
And now everyone can replace the roll with minimum effort; therefore no one does this:
Do you have a TP opinion? (Everyone does, I’m told!)