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  Reply # 1234068 10-Feb-2015 13:08
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freitasm:
geekiegeek: I pamper mine with a hyper-allogeneic paper, not sure who makes it.  


Surely you mean hypo-allergenic, because hyper-allergenic would be really bad for you and allogeneic is related to cells and tissues of individuals of same species but different genetically dissimilar.




This is also an issue in medicine.

There is a BIG difference between hypoglycaemia and hyperglycaemia!





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  Reply # 1234587 11-Feb-2015 11:17
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I think toilet paper manufactures have collectively proven there can be such a thing as too much choice.  I just grab a big pack of something that looks soft at random.

Tooth paste is the same.  Far too much choice.

As for those Asian hose set ups - perfect device to spread bacteria over a wide area.




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  Reply # 1235681 11-Feb-2015 14:04
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hsvhel: I find performing a handstand at the dryer and letting the breeze clean my starfish quite relaxing......but I do get strange looks.




How do you handle things when it is one of the new airblade dryers ?



Quick tip ... don't pee into one of those .. not good ...

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  Reply # 1235682 11-Feb-2015 14:07
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sbiddle:
khull: Over please. You'd never accept a hotel room that comes 'under'


Exactly. It's impossible to put the little triangle fold if you incorrectly install the paper under rather than over.




Mrs Darth here, AGAIN 

We went out for lunch at a local hotel here today and the lavvy there had two holders per stall.  They were nice enough to have their rolls 'over' for me, but the slack staff had forgotten to do the little triangle fold on the bottom roll.  Well good old OCD me had to right their wrong.....I think I should get a  job there innocent




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  Reply # 1235700 11-Feb-2015 14:37
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Mark:
hsvhel: I find performing a handstand at the dryer and letting the breeze clean my starfish quite relaxing......but I do get strange looks.




How do you handle things when it is one of the new airblade dryers ?



Quick tip ... don't pee into one of those .. not good ...


rather nicely actually.  If you carefully teabag the opening whilst facing away from the wall the updraft works a treat.  They almost invented it to specifically allow for glutes.  Or unusually large testicales.
Its best to view it as a challenge not a hindrance.

To those with graphic imaginations, I apologize.......

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  Reply # 1235901 11-Feb-2015 18:32
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hsvhel: 

rather nicely actually.  If you carefully teabag the opening whilst facing away from the wall the updraft works a treat.  They almost invented it to specifically allow for glutes.  Or unusually large testicales.
Its best to view it as a challenge not a hindrance.

To those with graphic imaginations, I apologize.......


Thanks!  Now I've got coke dribbling out my nose and down my shirt!

;-)

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  Reply # 1236230 12-Feb-2015 08:01
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I use the cheapest budget brand, unless I am specifically asked to buy Kleenex or Quilton.
Same for facial tissue boxes and kitchen rolls.  
I feels its a waste of money going for the more expensive brands.  

These are items that I will stock up if they are on special.



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