I walked in the bathroom the other day and saw this:
Apparently it's too difficult to put a new toilet paper roll on.
And yes, that sign DOES say, "Changing the toilet paper roll with not cause brain damage." I guess my husband was worried that it might.
I don't get why this happens. There are new toilet paper rolls on the shelf thingy less than five feet away. It's not like he has to leave the room for a new roll. They are RIGHT THERE. He literally has to turn around while on the toilet and grab one. So why, why, WHY does this happen so often?!
It irks me.
And I tell him so. He doesn't get what the big deal is.
The big deal is HE HASN'T REPLACED THE TOILET PAPER.
Some people suggested that I simply not change it. Show him that I refuse to do it. But it would bother me. And then if we have guests should I say, "Sorry about the toilet paper, my husband doesn't think it's a very big deal. So basically the toilet paper holder has no point in our home." But then Tom would probably grumble that I embarrassed him and I'd answer, "THEN REPLACE THE ROLL!"
So yes, I wind up replacing the roll like 90% of the time.
I should be used to it.
But I still get annoyed.