One of the universal quandaries...No, not another cookie election or Adventures in Busing. I think this puzzle is more universal than my small world of baking, busing or buying a Mac. This question goes to the core of our existence and life on this planet.
When you load the toilet paper holder, does the TP go over the top
or from underneath?
I had a friend who actually removed the TP from the holder and reversed it when she visited me. I noticed it the next time I rolled it and it was upside down. I thought "is there a right and wrong?" "Have I been putting the TP roll on the holder wrong my whole life?" I've puzzled that since.
Lately, I've noticed at work that the TP roll in the office restroom alternates from day to day. One day it will come over the top; the next, from the bottom. This lack of consistency is confusing. Obviously there isn't an industry standard in office restrooms. Or, we have an untrained maintenance person flagrantly ignoring the TP Roll Installation Manual and doing it wrong.
Having someone come to my house and modify my TP roll is unnerving. It makes me wonder what else I do that goes against the laws of civilization and house maintenance. Do I put the sheets on the bed correctly? Fold the towels in the prescribed fashion? Load the dishwasher per code? Store utensils in the drawer in the right order?
I'm curious if anyone has read instructions or been taught the correct process of loading a TP roll holder in school or by a responsible and learned adult. I'm thinking I missed that class or my mom was remiss in my training.
I've checked the package and see no loading instructions or disclaimer to absolve the TP manufacturer of all liabilities if it is installed incorrectly. I'm thinking if loading it wrong could cause injury--it would say so on the package. I know all my other products warn me of every imaginable injury due to misuse of the product.
Please let me know if you know the answer. Thanks.