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2013-12-09 07:13:03 PM
It goes over if you're a sensible person, it goes under if you have a cat that likes to unravel or you're an evil person.
 
2013-12-09 07:23:49 PM
I know what mine says: "He's full of sh*t!"
 
2013-12-09 07:33:45 PM
I don't really put much thought into it, and end up randomly doing it either way whenever i have to replace a roll.

Somehow, i manage.
 
2013-12-09 07:34:40 PM
i1.wp.com

i hate you too.
 
2013-12-09 07:41:08 PM
No sears roebuck catalog?
 
2013-12-09 07:47:20 PM
encountersnorth.org www.impactlab.net

Where do you want the spider to be hiding?
 
2013-12-09 07:53:58 PM

Smeggy Smurf: [encountersnorth.org image 480x360] [www.impactlab.net image 500x334]

Where do you want the spider to be hiding?


I hate you.
 
2013-12-09 07:56:17 PM
Somehow, I had always gotten the perception that toilet paper going under was more formal and "upperclass," which is why I never put it that way.
 
2013-12-09 08:01:28 PM
They left out #5...."You have an opinion about how someone installs their toilet paper. You're a douchebag."
 
2013-12-09 08:05:33 PM
godamnitsomuch,  Smeggy Smurf, this is why we can't have nice things.
 
2013-12-09 08:05:42 PM

wildcardjack: It goes over if you're a sensible person, it goes under if you have a cat that likes to unravel or you're an evil person.


Can't be repeated enough.

/yes some cats can still unravel it that way
//built a shield for ours when the cat kept going after it
 
2013-12-09 08:13:40 PM
#1 with a point folded at the end of the paper: The maid has stopped by.
 
2013-12-09 08:18:16 PM

J. Frank Parnell: I don't really put much thought into it, and end up randomly doing it either way whenever i have to replace a roll.

Somehow, i manage.


Pretty much that. Sometimes it's over, sometimes it's under, other times it's sitting on top of the empty roll. I don't think much about it, and I don't care which way it is as long as it's there and has enough paper on it to deal with whatever is left behind after dropping my foul peanut and corn encrusted 3 coiler.
 
2013-12-09 08:20:36 PM
I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.
 
2013-12-09 08:21:04 PM
I leave a half a roll on the rod for guests (over style) and leave a roll on top of the toilet lid for me.

If you dispense it from the rod you use more than you need. It's scientifically proven.
 
2013-12-09 08:24:08 PM

Mugato: They left out #5...."You have an opinion about how someone installs their toilet paper. You're a douchebag."


Well, I see my work is done here.
 
2013-12-09 08:24:10 PM

lewismarktwo: I leave a half a roll on the rod for guests (over style) and leave a roll on top of the toilet lid for me.

If you dispense it from the rod you use more than you need. It's scientifically proven.


"Spare the rod, spoil the pants."  It's in the bible I think.
 
2013-12-09 08:29:18 PM
I just take a shower right after, with enthusiastic hand digging. No paper, fools.
 
2013-12-09 08:31:32 PM
My toilet paper says that I put it on so that the quilting is on the side that's showing, in spite of the fact that over-the-top is the natural preference only of derelicts and uneducated buffoons.
 
2013-12-09 08:39:38 PM

Smeggy Smurf: [encountersnorth.org image 480x360] [www.impactlab.net image 500x334]

Where do you want the spider to be hiding?


So that's why my colon has been itchy lately. Welp,

cdn.uproxx.com
 
2013-12-09 08:48:06 PM

J. Frank Parnell: I don't really put much thought into it, and end up randomly doing it either way whenever i have to replace a roll.



People like you are the reason we have war
 
2013-12-09 08:52:36 PM

lewismarktwo: I leave a half a roll on the rod for guests (over style) and leave a roll on top of the toilet lid for me.

If you dispense it from the rod you use more than you need. It's scientifically proven.


nopeople.com

/not here to be helpful
 
2013-12-09 08:53:22 PM
If you don't like the way I have it unrolling, turn it around, I don't care.  There's extras under the sink.
 
2013-12-09 09:01:32 PM
I've actually started using flushable wipes. Not all the time mind you, just when I think I might be getting a BJ from the wife later that day. Toilet paper just doesn't seem to get all the duck butter off the taint as well as a flushable wipe.

They also make pussy wipes for you girls who don't want to shower every day, but still want to be eaten out and not have the guy's mouth smell like Chesapeake Bay crab trap.
 
2013-12-09 09:03:12 PM

you have pee hands: If you don't like the way I have it unrolling, turn it around, I don't care.  There's extras under the sink.


That.
 
2013-12-09 09:04:47 PM
I don't care what my toilet paper says about me, my opinion is the only one that matters and I'm of the opinion that my toilet paper is a liar.  Unless it's saying good things about me, but then I get a little concerned that my house guests are having conversations with my toilet paper.
 
2013-12-09 09:08:05 PM
www.homedepot.com

// easier to reload
 
2013-12-09 09:23:47 PM
My TP would normally hang over the front, except my cat would soon have it in a pile under the dispenser. Aside from that reason, I don't give a damn how anyone hangs it.
 
2013-12-09 09:25:26 PM
I have two kids, and finding our TP is basically a game of hide-and-seek at the worst times.  I've found it in the bedrooms before.
 
2013-12-09 09:28:40 PM
img.fark.net

The makers of this  holder could solve the old problem of paper off the front or off the back. I'm guessing the arm that you hang the roll on swings freely. If the piece that mounts to the wall were free to pivot users could choose for themselves which way the paper comes off the roll. Rotate the roll 180 degrees and let it drop, it now feeds from the opposite side.
 
2013-12-09 09:33:48 PM
i86.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-09 09:39:32 PM
How could they leave the classic "Toilet paper sitting on its side on the sink" placement?
 
2013-12-09 09:42:31 PM
If you go under/behind you're a farking idiot. And no, this is not up for debate. Whatsoever.
 
2013-12-09 09:52:32 PM

Cymbal: I've actually started using flushable wipes. Not all the time mind you, just when I think I might be getting a BJ from the wife later that day. Toilet paper ...


So your wife gives blumpkins?

Oh, and  Smeggy and  dennys, you two will burn in hell with your entrails eaten by hellhounds.  Burn in hell, I say.
 
2013-12-09 09:56:28 PM

Cymbal: I've actually started using flushable wipes. Not all the time mind you, just when I think I might be getting a BJ from the wife later that day. Toilet paper just doesn't seem to get all the duck butter off the taint as well as a flushable wipe.

They also make pussy wipes for you girls who don't want to shower every day, but still want to be eaten out and not have the guy's mouth smell like Chesapeake Bay crab trap.


You're a classy sonofabiatch.
 
2013-12-09 10:05:15 PM

dopirt: I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.


+1 for best use of chirality I've seen today.

/confused the hell out of my leadworker at the shipyard with that word last night.
 
2013-12-09 10:06:26 PM
d24w6bsrhbeh9d.cloudfront.net
How I roll.
 
2013-12-09 10:10:27 PM
I hate Obamacare?

cdn01.dailycaller.com
 
2013-12-09 10:13:01 PM

croesius: dopirt: I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.

+1 for best use of chirality I've seen today.

/confused the hell out of my leadworker at the shipyard with that word last night.


There's a word you don't see too often, like "disembowelment".. I'll add a +1 for that.
 
2013-12-09 10:32:46 PM

Creoena: I hate Obamacare?

[cdn01.dailycaller.com image 630x270]


They had Slick Willy toilet paper advertised in the National Review back in the 90's.

/Why the hell did I subscribe to that crap?
 
2013-12-09 10:38:53 PM
THIS THREAD IS INDISPENSABLE.
 
2013-12-09 10:39:04 PM
They forgot the concept that those who use the underhand roll most likely have little furry critters that love seeing just how far they can unravel that strange white roll of paper before getting bored with it.
 
2013-12-09 11:07:46 PM

Iczer: They forgot the concept that those who use the underhand roll most likely have little furry critters that love seeing just how far they can unravel that strange white roll of paper before getting bored with it.


Cats can unravel a roll no matter where the end starts. This ain't rocket surgery even for them.
 
2013-12-09 11:21:52 PM

buckler: croesius: dopirt: I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.

+1 for best use of chirality I've seen today.

/confused the hell out of my leadworker at the shipyard with that word last night.

There's a word you don't see too often, like "disembowelment".. I'll add a +1 for that.


I've always liked "defenstration".
 
2013-12-09 11:32:53 PM

PanicMan: buckler: croesius: dopirt: I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.

+1 for best use of chirality I've seen today.

/confused the hell out of my leadworker at the shipyard with that word last night.

There's a word you don't see too often, like "disembowelment".. I'll add a +1 for that.

I've always liked "defenstration".


That's one of my favorites, mostly because it was so common at one time that it warranted its own word.
 
2013-12-09 11:38:30 PM

PanicMan: buckler: croesius: dopirt: I conducted an experiment on my fellow office workers this fall. Since I was usually one of the first in the office each morning, I was in a unique position to conduct this experiment.  In my work's toilets there are two toilet paper hangers. They are right next to each other on the left wall. For some reason building services would place a fresh roll in each hanger every evening, so there would be two fresh roll each morning.

At start of day I would turn the rolls so that one day the closer roll was 'fed over,' and the farther one was 'fed under.' I would reverse this configuration on alternating days. What I discovered was that regardless of roll chirality, the closer roll was used more than the farther roll, even though it was only 15cm farther away. I conclude that it really isn't that big of a deal and ani get burnished regardless.

A completely expected outcome was had about once a week when the "Mad Pisser" would urinate all over the seat, floor, and rolls and nobody would step foot in that stall.

+1 for best use of chirality I've seen today.

/confused the hell out of my leadworker at the shipyard with that word last night.

There's a word you don't see too often, like "disembowelment".. I'll add a +1 for that.

I've always liked "defenstration".


Get out of my head!
 
2013-12-09 11:40:41 PM

Betep: #1 with a point folded at the end of the paper: The maid has stopped by.


And just for shiats and giggles I do that at home soon. It's like women forget I haven't cleaned the toilet in three months when they see the TF folded like that.

You can call me Big Pimping TP Rolla if you want.
 
2013-12-09 11:58:55 PM
And what's the deal with one-ply paper?  You just end up using double the amount you would if you had used two-ply.
 
2013-12-10 12:32:55 AM
The best part of any GeeksAreSexy page:

www.geeksaresexy.net

Not sure she qualifies as a geek but here we are.
 
2013-12-10 12:37:46 AM

wildcardjack: It goes over if you're a sensible person, it goes under if you have a cat that likes to unravel or you're an evil person.


under - or dogs or kids.

John Buck 41: Iczer: They forgot the concept that those who use the underhand roll most likely have little furry critters that love seeing just how far they can unravel that strange white roll of paper before getting bored with it.

Cats can unravel a roll no matter where the end starts. This ain't rocket surgery even for them.



Yes, but it takes a smidge more work for them.  It cuts the chance of an unraveled roll by about half.
 
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