Why Toilet Paper Baffles Our Household

Me, in bed this week, at 6 a.m.

Husband: “Babe!  Where do we keep the toilet paper now?”

(Note: He had purchased the toilet paper yesterday, and it’s been kept in the same place since we moved into our house nearly 6 months ago.

Also note: he once asked me where we kept the sheets to make the bed… after living together for more than 3 years.)

Me, sleepy-eyed and barely awake: “Huh?”

Husband: Repeats the question with a bit more force than I understood at that hour.

Me: “Hallway closet!”

(End of thoughts on toilet paper. In theory.)

Until I  used our hallway bathroom later that afternoon.

Text to Husband: “I can see that this must have confused you.  I can show you how to use this when you get home.”

(Those women that live with men: can you explain this, please?)

 

Toilet paper

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4 thoughts on “Why Toilet Paper Baffles Our Household

  1. Jay Shorr says:

    1) simple…. There were still a few more sheets left on the old roll 2) it was too much trouble to replace the one that was already on the roller 3) the one on the roller wasn’t going to be enough if it was the first dump of the day 4) it was easier to use the new one, just take a few sheets and leave

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