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Hi. My name is Patty. I have a confession to make that may shock some of you. You might want to brace yourself.
I've tried curbing this bad habit but it's one that has stuck with me since I was old enough to do it by myself. My husband and son don't seem to mind very much; mainly because they typically don't bother with it themselves.
I know it's wrong. I mean, at least that's what many millions of people the world over have been claiming for, well, more than a century and heading into two, I think.
Please forgive me; here it goes: I hang the toilet paper roll so that it feeds under rather than over.
There, I've told you.
Man, it's like a weight has been lifted or something! I've been holding onto that nugget for nearly five decades. #WhatARelief
I get it. Hotels all over the globe and Good Housekeeping can't be wrong. Although, in my defense, both Heloise and Ann Landers seem to feel there is some validity in the under-hang methodology. #SoThere
The point is: there is no limit, great or small, to our constant judging of each other, is there? #DumbHumans
Yes, I've carried this shame with me like a big red U on my chest. Yes, I have to hide the fact, amid certain company, that I actually PREFER the paper to roll that way. Yes, we live in a volatile TP world and I know my self-outing could lead to shame on my house...not to mention potential civil unrest. #NotReally
For the love of all that is holy people, is there really, truly a WRONG WAY TO HANG TOILET PAPER? #BiggerFish #ComeOnMan
How much happier would we all be if we could just live in a world where you hang the TP your way and I'll adjust mine how I prefer and we all just appreciate the difference without casting aspersions, hmm? But seriously though. Let's try. Maybe we can start with the roll and work our way up to some other areas, too, Capisce?
I hope y'all front hangers can forgive a girl...and that we can live in Charmin-y after all. #LetsStopJudgingEachOther #Peace #Respect
Mt 7:1-5 Jesus said to his disciples: "Stop judging, that you may not be judged. For as you judge, so will you be judged, and the measure with which you measure will be measured out to you. Why do you notice the splinter in your brother's eye, but do not perceive the wooden beam in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Let me remove that splinter from your eye,' while the wooden beam is in your eye? You hypocrite, remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly to remove the splinter from your brother's eye."