Cottonelle recently took a poll to find out which way America likes to roll their TP – Over or Under. It’s quite the debate in some households especially in mine. I found it interesting to know that we aren’t the only ones that have this conversation or argument.
My husband is a roll over kind of guy and I’m a roll under kind of gal. For me it’s just seems easier to grap and pull it when it’s rolling under. Other’s claim it’s easier to grab while rolling over. I personally think it’s all in the way we learned. I came from a house of roll unders so of course it’s going to be easier if that’s the way I learned, right?
My husband is teaching our 5 year old that rolling under is wrong and therefore mommy didn’t put the roll on correctly. She thinks it’s funny and likes to tell me that I did it wrong. It’s cute.
Well the Great Debate has ended (though it will continue in my house) and the preferred way is to Roll Over. But please don’t tell my husband that he wins, or I’ll never hear the end of it (this is the one time I’m glad he doesn’t read my blog on a regular basis!).
So does this work for you? If you were a roll under person, are you now going to be a roll over person? I’m curious to know if you will change.
As part of a Blog Tour with Mom Central, I was sent a 4 pack of the NEW Cottonelle paper which they say is stronger and softer. I did notice a bit of a difference and was very happy with the softness. I do not like a rough piece of TP! And it is bit stronger than others I’ve used. Nothing worse then when the paper rips mid pull (or mid wipe eek!).
“I wrote this review while participating in a blog campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Cottonelle and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.”
It doesn’t matter to me which way it goes. Now, my husband prefers it under
I always find this so funny because I don’t have a clue as to what way I even do it. Like at this moment I am going to go run and look in both bathrooms and see what way they are, because of course it always seems to run out on me. Now that’s the big debate in my family, cause it never fails only 3 sheets will be on the roll, like who does that??? Not me! My family that’s who! I’ve told them over and over again, I guess I’d have to punish them to make it stick, but I just can’t bring it to myself to say, Your punished for not changing the tissue roll. What would the punishment be, anyway… no paper for you! YUCK ! ha ha
I’ve been taught NEVER to leave a tiny bit of anything, because it’s just plain rude to leave not enough of something for the next person. Okay I am going to go look, now: WELL I must have a certain way and not even know it, because they were both the same way. Under, I am really sorry, I guess I am more on your hubby’s side then I knew. I wanted to be on your side, but I guess I am not. 🙁