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Offline Stonent

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« Reply #25 on: January 21, 2015, 09:33:19 am »
I dont get it.. I must be missing the point some how. At least where I live I would very much doubt a product like that would ever sell.

Why would you need a automated toilet paper dispenser to start with? you use the paper to whipe your arse when you are done with your business anyways. ???

I'm a big fan of automated soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers, sanitizer alcohol, water faucets and all that so of stuff in public bathrooms as not everyone is washing their hands after they are done.

But a toilet paper dispenser??
If you have a teenager who thinks that a roll of toilet paper is supposed to be the amount used at one sitting, an automated way to limit consumption starts to have appeal.  ;)

Until the time comes to do the laundry.  :-\

Reminds me when Mr. Bean was trying to pack his clothes in a tiny suitcase, he ended up packing only one pair of underwear but put in a bar of soap.
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