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The Correct Direction of Toilet Paper

 
Normunds Pics
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#1 | Posted: 5 Aug 2014 02:26
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The Correct Toilet Paper Direction

I've found this picture recently and immediately thought something is wrong with me. Because I have this:

My Toilet Paper Direction

I'm not sure why the propose the "correct" direction as shown. The rolls of toilet paper are not ideally round (if of course there is used a regular roll with no signs of Swarowski on it). Putting down the paper like shown, will not provide the correct rotation of the roll. The paper will break of stretching.

This picture is ideal for toilet paper holders having a cover above the paper. Then the cover eliminates the moving of the paper.

Like this:

Correct?..

Or this:

Correct?..

But I dislike such kind of tools, because they stretch the paper at the first possible line.

In my case, it's possible to cut off as many paper as needed with just one move. And it's an easy move, because paper is laying on the correct brace.

So why this would be wrong?

Wrong?..

Or this?

Wrong?..

Or even this?

Wrong?..

Conclusion: the picture doesn't include the paper's holder in attention. It doesn't contain the full information, so parts of the information are intentionally or occassionally hidden. Despite it calls things correct and wrong, they both could be such for different cases at once. Moreso, it suggests to call "correct" as good and "wrong" as bad, which is just a regular substitution of definitive terms.

Consider it as "wrong/bad".
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#2 | Posted: 20 Jun 2017 11:53
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Continued...

Follow modern technologies.

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Picshit
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#3 | Posted: 3 Jul 2017 02:01
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The most correct direction is that IT IS IN!

Normunds Pics
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#4 | Posted: 3 Jul 2017 21:20
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Yes!!! The point caught!!!
 
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