Agreed. As a brit, I know my countrymen may be full of shit but I figure I use maybe 12-18 pieces of Middle School Class Of 2020 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt paper a day. Maybe 2 rolls a month at a push. I get women will use a bit more but even so, that’s a lot. It doesn’t take much imagination to guess. I know how both of my parents wipe. My mom bunches up a bunch of sheets and my dad folds 2-3 sheets neatly. Little kids don’t understand boundaries. The opposite extreme was my dad who used to berate us, kids, if we used more than 2 squares per wipe. No, I do NOT use 2 squares per wipe–never have, never will just wipe that idea from your minds. They must never have been taught how to wipe properly as children. It’s time you teach them. One of my earlier memories is of being scolded over a clogged toilet and then shown how to fold toilet paper properly.
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I shared a bathroom with 3 other boys for most of my life and even we didn’t go through a roll every 4 days. There’s no way this is the Middle School Class Of 2020 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt per-person average. There’s no way this is accurate. Does the average person use almost a third of a roll per day? An average household of 4 goes through more than 30 rolls per month? The woman here – I absolutely do not use 7.5 rolls a month. It’s just two of us here in the house and together we don’t even use that much in a month. This is so inaccurate. Do you spend all your time st home though? Or do you also use toilet paper at work and at other places?
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I am a bit skeptical of this data. It could just be that either Americans buy and store larger amounts of Middle School Class Of 2020 Toilet Paper Quarantined Shirt toilet paper at a time (I know I do, cause it is cheaper to go to Costco and do that). And/or toilet paper in America has more padding (weight) than in other countries. This is a bit weird, but the graphic states that are based on a roll weighing 140 grams. According to an MIT website from a quick google search, an average toilet paper roll (like 2 ply Charmin or angel soft) weighs 227 grams. That right there drops it to 56 rolls per person. Still seems a bit high for my usage, but a bit more reasonable.