- How many toilet rolls do you get through a week?
Back to the OP (although i’m a broadminded and liberal sort of guy too, so you can discuss shiny gay bum holes as much as you like as far as i’m concerned), the nesting instinct combined with OES (Oriental Embarrassment Syndrome) would explain it. How long is she here for? Long term would it be more cost effective, space permitting, to install a drum kit in the khazi?
PS Until I read this thread I thought that "The Log Drop" was at Alton Towers.Posted 9 years agoAndyPMember
Not being funny, but some people have got much quicker metabolisms than others. I’m generally at least twice a day myself, often 3 times a day. My old housemate was in a similar situation, we’d often go through a toilet roll in a day just between the 2 of us!
so, 6 sh1ts = 1 toilet roll? Christ on a bike. What’s that, something like 50 sheets per sh1t?Posted 9 years agoBushwackedSubscriber
Not she’s not married but also someone I’d not want to marry (plus I’m already married to the lady I want to be married to)
AndyP – Exactly – If you want to get scientific about it there are 200 sheets per roll (roughly) so thats 33.3333 reoccuring per crap on average
Now I have one shit regular as clockwork a day and use about 10 each day.
I imagine my wife gets through slightly more as there is significantly more lettuce wiping going on so lets say 20 sheets a day.
My Daughter gets through about the same so between us thats 50 sheets a day.
Leaving my lodger using 150 per day!!! Now thats a lot!!
Either she grow lettuces or she installs an olympic standard crash mat for each visit to the karzi!
Didn’t know about OES and think that the crash mat might be the reason behind it – although the amount she is in and out of the bathroom I can’t see why she is worried about us hearing her. Mainly as you can’t hear what people are doing in there anyway and when she has a shower she go back and forth about 5 times – haven’t a clue why she can’t go in and then come out once.
This is one of the things that is good about having a lodger from a different country – you get to learn and appreciate the differences in culture.Posted 9 years ago
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