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Another Toilet Paper Poll: Over or Under?  

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  1. 1. When you place the holder into the roll, does the loose end:

    • fall from behind and under the roll?
      12
    • fall from the front and over the roll?
      64
    • depends on my mood of the day
      4
    • I never replace the roll, so it doesn't matter
      4
  2. 2. If your SO doesn't place the holder 'properly' so the end falls the way you like it, do you adjust it?

    • Yes, otherwise it drives me nuts
      40
    • No, I couldn't care less
      21
    • My SO replacing the roll??? HA HA!!
      23


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This 'controversy' seems to raise its ugly head in the US 'etiquette' discussions every once in a while... wondered if it reaches farther than just the US.... :)

I'm an 'over' girl myself... and I admit to adjusting the roll, even if it's not my house!! :):whistle:


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lol Im with you Jen.....Im an over girl as well.......and I will change it no matter who's home I'm in .......probably one of the only things I am ####### with :P

I never used to be until I had my 4 kids.......there is nothing worse when they would get poop on their fingers when wiping their butts and if the roll is under they inadvertantly get poop on the wall when getting more paper hahahahahaha

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lol Im with you Jen.....Im an over girl as well.......and I will change it no matter who's home I'm in .......probably one of the only things I am ####### with :P

I never used to be until I had my 4 kids.......there is nothing worse when they would get poop on their fingers when wiping their butts and if the roll is under they inadvertantly get poop on the wall when getting more paper hahahahahaha

:lol::lol::lol: That made me laugh so much!!!!!!!!

And I voted "depends on my mood" I was an over girl before.... but now I don't pay attention to that so much anymore.


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Over the roll so it's easy to grab... nothing worse than not being able to find the end of the toilet paper roll!


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lol Im with you Jen.....Im an over girl as well.......and I will change it no matter who's home I'm in .......probably one of the only things I am ####### with :P

Right there with ya aussiewench.... gotta change it if i see it.. dang thing is it is hard to get to those stupid locked boxes in the gymnasiums... or public toilets.. ha ha .. so got to just deal with it then.. ha ha


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.......there is nothing worse when they would get poop on their fingers when wiping their butts and if the roll is under they inadvertantly get poop on the wall when getting more paper hahahahahaha

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

*ok I need a glass of water now*

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Over the roll so it's easy to grab... nothing worse than not being able to find the end of the toilet paper roll!

Nothing worse? How about running out, with no other options? :blush:

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lol Im with you Jen.....Im an over girl as well.......and I will change it no matter who's home I'm in .......probably one of the only things I am ####### with :P

Ditto!!! Doesn't matter where! It's just not natural the other way!!! :lol:


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over, of course!!!.... is there any other way?? :huh::P

my hubby rarely puts a new roll of toilet paper... I always find the roll empty and a new roll sitting on the counter or the edge of the bathtub :angry::P when he does put one on and it is the wrong way I will change it :yes:


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Under. It's easier to rip off that way. If it's over, you have to put the other hand on top of the roll to hold it and keep it from rolling while you tear.


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I'm an 'over' girl myself... and I admit to adjusting the roll, even if it's not my house!! :):whistle:

haha, same here, I really dont know why, but it so annoys me when its not "my" way!

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I'm an 'over' girl myself... and I admit to adjusting the roll, even if it's not my house!! :):whistle:

haha, same here, I really dont know why, but it so annoys me when its not "my" way!

It's so comforting to know I'm not alone in this either :lol:


8-30-05 Met David at a restaurant in Germany

3-28-06 David 'officially' proposed

4-26-06 I-129F mailed

9-25-06 Interview: APPROVED!

10-16-06 Flt to US, POE Detroit

11-5-06 Married

7-2-07 Green card received

9-12-08 Filed for divorce

12-5-08 Court hearing - divorce final

A great marriage is not when the "perfect couple" comes together.

It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.

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