Why didn’t someone think of this before?

Cottonsoft is selling loo paper rolls which have twice the length of paper as conventional rolls.

It doesn’t solve the problem of people who don’t know how to discard the empty core and replace it with a new roll, but it does halve the potential number of times they don’t do it.

7 Responses to Why didn’t someone think of this before?

  1. Adolf Fiinkensein says:

    Words fail me.

    However, I’m reminded of a visit by a Maori mate from down Gisborne way. As we went to give The Cook a hand with the shopping in our local North Shore supermarket he spotted a huge stack of toilet paper – on special.

    His exclamation was heard throughout the store.

    ‘Jesus, you fullas must shit alot round her, eh?’

  2. stef says:

    Yes replacing the toilet paper is a pet peeve when you are the lone female in a house of males.

  3. pm of nz says:

    Twice the length? Single ply is far too thin now.

  4. Don’t even get me started on toilet paper.
    It has lived in the same place ever since we moved in five years ago. But STILL no one can go and get another roll!
    When I leave a couple of spare rolls in each room, it’s as if I’ve given every one licence to use MILES of it. Heaps! Handfuls!!
    Amazing how much less they’ll use when they think it’s the last roll :p

  5. Inventory2 says:

    There’s a few things I’ll compromise on, but toilet paper is not one of them. At out ages and station in life, Mrs I and I are prepared to pay the necessary price for comfort. Unfortunately, our local Woolworths has just been converted to Countdown, so I have to go to New World to get the “good stuff”!

    And Adolf – the mental picture your little story evoked had me in fits of laughter – thanks mate!

  6. mawm says:

    Yes replacing the toilet paper is a pet peeve when you are the lone female in a house of males.

    …but you ladies do use twice as much (at least).

  7. ak says:

    Mmmmmm……perusing your comments numbers, it appears the Kiwibog Rule is again confirmed: “Comment volumes are in direct inverse proportion to the taste and validity of the original post”.

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