ANSWERS: 30
  • yes, it does!!!!!!!!!
  • Not all the time but sometimes it does.
  • OOPs! Sorry, your spot.
  • second only to finding empty ice trays in the freezer. AARGH!!!
  • Absolutly! My misses is the one that uses all the loo roll, I normally have a number 2 at work, and she NEVER replaces it! What is just as bad is when the next roll is lying on the floor HALF EMPTY!!! Also, the worst thing is when the roll is empty, and the new bag of rolls is left in the hallway and the old bag is empty! ARGGGHHHHH I also like the ice tray comment from Twila_Zoned!
  • This is one of my pet peeves. Before we could move into our house, we lived next door at my SIL. There are so many people that live there, including my MIL with dementia who can't replace the roll so she is exempt. But what about all those other people??? What's with using all the paper and then leaving me stranded and the other rolls are all the way across the room in a little closet, down on the ground, bottom shelf!!! I always try to place a new roll on the tank or somewhere handy when there is about 1/2 or more of paper, even in my own home where there are just two of us. It's the nice thing to do, the kind thing. I don't want to be stranded and I wouldn't want anyone including visitors to be stranded.
  • Yes and as much as someone not cleaning the toilet after a ermm heavy session of butt explosions!
  • Gggrrrrrr! I hate this!! Has to be one of my bigget pet peeves. Even if I leave two rolls to replace the one that is almost empty. (I have a dual roll holder, very helpful!) Although, now that I think about it..with a dual holder only I can be blamed. Drats.
  • Yup, my ex wife did that constantly. Then I removed the toilet seat one day. That seemed to have fixed the problem strangely enough.
  • Not me because I don't use toilet paper unless I have to. I always carry a pack of WetOnes or a similar brand name. They clean better and faster.
  • I don't keep the TP very far away from the can, to avoid this issue entirely... and that is because it does bug me, alot.
  • The males in my house say they would never undermine my status as a modern, feminist woman by crassly doing a job that they know I have the intelligence, wit and beauty to do... I usually just slap them 'round the ears.
  • It drives me nuts when someone does that, or if it’s a full roll and theirs a doo doo stain on the good paper.
  • Yes, yes, yes! Same goes for the soap, shampoo, last beer or last of anything
  • AT LAST!!!! someone who understands.. im so happy i could cry! :) im sick and tired of always being the one to replace the loo role in my house, when they finish it they leave the empty tube on the holder and off they go.. then i go in and there it sits.. a lonely, empty, tube.. just waiting for me to replace it! WHY OH WHY do they do this to me??? it sends me insane! :)
  • Yes, but not always straight away, guilty!
  • i do... and always with the paper hanging over, not under.
  • No. I stuff it full of raw elbow noodles and give it to my parrot as a toy. He loves it. And the noodles make a great snack too. ;]
  • I swear that the most commonly proposed question and mystery [in my house] is "who left just ONE sheet on the paper towel roll?" we never discover who it is. But I ALWAYS take and replace, then recycle the cardboard tube. ok, ok, you caught me, I USUALLY do that.
  • Can't keep toilet paper on spindle. My cat tears it up lol. Have to keep it up where she cant jump
  • ...wait... What's toilet paper?
  • I always change it, but I can't say that I always dispose of the tube.
  • I do now. I used to save the tubes for crafts, but the kids have all grown up now. When my new grandson gets a little older I might save them again.
  • Sometimes.
  • I do put a new roll of toilet paper on the spindle (eventually), but I don't throw the cardboard roll away- I recycle it.
  • I have to, no one else in this house will....
  • No, I don't. I make binoculars out of the empty cardboard rolls so that I can spy on the neighbor's wife when she's taking a shower
  • I live alone and when my family was with me I had my own bathroom from the time my son was 7. But what I think is worse is when ppl don't check before they "sit" and yell at me to fetch it! Isn't that usually the first thing you check in public restrooms?
  • It doesn't drive me crazy,but irks me a bit. I'm already crazy,lol. Anyhoo,I sometimes forget my own self,so whatever.
  • No. Unless you're a quadriplegic with Downs syndrome, you should have no trouble assessing the situation before you do your business and going getting it yourself if need be.

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