Toilet Paper – Which way do you roll?

There are only a few things in life I’m very particular about and easily annoyed by:

  • People not using their blinkers and/or braking before using their blinker
  • The idea that one thirty minute TV show needs ten minutes of advertisements
  • Tarheel fans who’ve never stepped foot on Chapel Hill’s campus, or any campus for that matter
  • When people go the “Passive Aggressive” route for conflict resolution
  • Toilet paper put up so it rolls the wrong way

That last one drives me absolutly nuts. Maybe it’s just the way I’ve always known it to be, but I prefer, no, demand, that the paper unroll towards me, not towards the wall. It only makes sense that way. People in general pull in a direction that’s easiest, and of course, that would be away from the wall, NOT towards it or the floor,

Perhaps I should form a world organization dedicated to educating the masses on the benefits of aligning the toilet paper in the OUTWARD method. People Pulling Outward.

PPO. Join today.


Posted on June 25, 2008, in Quick Thoughts and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. In relation to number four. I can’t stand it when somebody has a problem with you, does not notify you in any way of it, Skips the passive aggressive thing altogether and just avoids you. If there’s some kind of trait someone has a problem with, they can’t change if they’re unaware of it.

  2. I know, right? I think if everyone just spoke their feelings in an honest and calm way, a lot of conflict would be solved quickly.

    Instead, they get pissed about it over time and eventually it erupts.

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