OK, since the official name of this blog is, "Toni Ryan Says" and not "Am I allowed to?" then here it is:
Charmin Toilet Paper.
Yes, these are the mind-boggling philosophical issues I often stumble across in my moments of concentration (I won't reveal where, because I don't like to share the secret location of my deepest thinking)
Alls I know is that when I have been in this Secret Location of Deep Thinking, and my thoughts have pondered onto the subject of toilet paper and the quality of the product itself, or its structural merits, I am quite certain that I have never questioned toilet paper's durability nor its long-lastingness.
I mean, like WHY?
How durable do these things need to be? What kind of fierce pressure are people pressing toilet paper against skin that durability would ever be an issue?
And just how long does this process go on?
And maybe, just maybe, is it possible that I am doing something wrong???
Someone HELP! Please explain!
I've only ever purchased toilet paper for the color. Or with this perception that the quilting is soft and cloud-like against my butt.
Maybe I've got it all wrong?