Has it ever occurred to you that the way you hang the toilet papers in your loo is actually the right way to do it?
Well, according to a recent revelation it has become clear that most of us have been hanging the toilet papers the wrong way. It turns out that there is some other way to do the job.
Recently, Choice, an Australian consumer entity has come up with the actual way of hanging the much-needed bathroom paraphernalia.
The organization has been able to do so with the help of a 128-year-old set of diagrams which displayed on how to hang the toilet papers. The layout has suggested that it should sit on the roll rather than what we usually do with it.
These diagrams are of 1891. The website of Choice mentioned that Seth Wheeler invented toilet papers in 1871. However, he patented his invention in the roll form 20 years later.
The diagrams are, and it is quite easy to make out that the toilet paper should be placed over the roll and apparently not the way we have been doing it, putting it under. However, the debates have begun on Facebook about the same.
One of the users commented that it should be based on the user’s preference and not in a thumb role way. Other users were also in support of what the diagram intended.
One even went on to write that anybody who uses it by putting it under is a psychopath. Many were shocked to know that using it the original way is actually plausible.
Some even tagged their friends to tell them that this how it’s done. Now you have to decide for yourself if you are going to make the change or not.
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