Call me Indian Jones.
It's as if toilet paper is as difficult to find as the Holy Grail. I am seemingly the only crusader fearless enough to track down toilet paper rolls when an old roll is empty.
Yes, this talent is completely under appreciated.
We have three toilets in our home. I am 98% positive two of the toilets are sitting by their lonesome wondering where their friend, Mr. T. Paper, is hiding. The third toilet is hanging out with an actual roll of toilet paper. I know this because I usually only tinkle in one of the bathrooms, and I am 100% sure that bathroom is well stocked.
Where to begin?
For starters, I only tinkle in one bathroom because my two
Let's just say soap is optional and water is only required occasionally.
Yes, folks, waving your hands magically a good ten inches above the bathroom sink is "washing hands" to my children. If you don't have time to wave them magically, then just skip the whole wiping and flushing tasks, too, and bolt for the door.
There's just so much fun stuff going on here! Who has time to wipe, flush, and wash?
As we all know, when a roll of toilet paper runs its course, it can be nearly impossible to find a new roll. After all, you're in a bathroom. The hiding places are endless.
Toilet paper could be in the closet or under the sink or in the ... Nope. Pretty much in the closet or under the sink, people. Take your best guess. There are only so many "hiding" places in a bathroom, right?
I am the only one who can find the toilet paper in my home.
When I walk into the kids' bathroom and find empty toilet paper rolls, I am disgusted. Not so much by their inability to find a fresh roll, but by the fact I never know how long they've gone without toilet paper. Without wiping. Ick.
This is gross. I know. As I've said, they are
Now, however, I've seemingly become the only person who can find the toilet paper at work, too.
I mean really, people? It's a bathroom. There is NO SHAME in using the last of the toilet paper, but there is a special place in hell for adults who don't replace the empty roll with a fresh one.
Again, it's a role of toilet paper not a lost treasure!