Dating can be rough. You gotta go through a lot of frogs to find your prince, and a lot of the frogs can be crappy at messaging on Tinder. They'll send a bad message responding to your bio, your pictures, your musical taste. Any info they can get about you could inspire a stupid comment or rude question. But this is the price we pay for l'amour.
Writer Hana Michels shared her own issues with this system on Twitter, sharing an image of herself she's had on Tinder. In it, she's standing in the bathroom, brushing her teeth. In the background, a toilet paper roll is visible. According to Michels, in the past year she's received 23 messages from men telling her she's hanging her TP wrong.
Men, I ask you: why?
She further clarified that she also swipes on women, none of whom have had a thing to say about her toilet paper roll.
The thing is, people have opinions about toilet paper, and her tweet got a lot of responses:
TP can be divisive in the household:
Can a roommate relationship recover after toilet paper has split it asunder? Michels seems open to understanding another point of view, as long as it doesn't come at her via Tinder.
And her view is not uncommon. Many agree that under is the way, the word, the truth:
There are actually lots of practical reasons for it:
But then came the naysayers, many of whom took umbrage with Michel's assertion that only men sent her this message.
At least one person has been literally taking on the issue with their own two hands:
But there is actually an answer to this eternal debate.
The original toilet paper roll was patented in 1891 by New York businessman Seth Wheeler, according to the Huffington Post. According to Wheeler, the paper should go over:
This info was also submitted to the debate:
But the best answer in my opinion is this:
If you're not paying for and stocking my TP, don't talk to me about it. Especially before you even buy a girl a drink.
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