#5 Why is this necessary: Toilet paper changing avoidance


OK, this hilarious (in an annoying kind of way)…

What would cause someone to exert more energy into balancing the new roll on top of the empty roll than if they had just slipped the new roll into place?

This prompted me to offer the following F-R-E-E (but mandatory) courses to my family members who reside in the same dwelling as myself.

  • How to multi-task while sitting on the toilet: Replenishing the TP can be good for your karma
  • The dryer lint trap, fire, and YOU: Why the giant “CLEAN BEFORE EACH LOAD” warning is important
  • Dishwasher loading 101: The science of Chi created by enabling free flowing water jets that result in cleaner dishes and happy family members

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  1. #1 by ThinGuy on October 13, 2006 - 8:58 am

    Perfect. The classic in this house is walking to another bathroom and stealing the TP from there to bring it to your preferred bathroom. Even though you walked by the closet that stores the TP twice.

  2. #2 by Scott Jolly on October 19, 2006 - 8:02 am

    I blogged on dividing the world into 2 groups: those can know how to load a dishwasher and everyone else.

  3. #3 by melanie gao on November 1, 2006 - 12:40 am

    Did the classes produce any results? If so I’m going to sign up my husband and kids!

  4. #4 by Pam Kong on December 18, 2006 - 3:01 pm

    I was just having a “chat” with my husband about this the other day. He doesn’t even have to remove a roller. (We have the kind where the tp just pops in and out.) According to him, putting a new roll on top of the old roll is replenishing the tp.

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