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Foreword

This is Part 4 of a 5-part series on bathroom products.  Series titles and links are as follows.

Part 1 shower gels.
Part 2 soap, deodorants and toothpaste
Part 3 shaving creams and foams (and female condoms)
Part 4 toilet rolls (this blog)
Part 5 predictions on new bathroom products

Note: Part 6 on hair care products may never be written.  I never use them and it’s a vast subject with more pseudo-scientific mumbo jumbo than you can shake a stick at.

Part 4 Toilet Rolls

Now, you would think that of all the products you will find in a bathroom, toilet rolls would defy any classification into male and female sub-categories, wouldn’t you?  I mean, there is no significant difference in the two fundamental orifices, is there, and you would be correct but that has not stopped toilet roll marketing people at having a go at gender-specific toilet roll and related products.  For example, while searching for women-only rolls, I came across these gloves intended for the more discerning female user, plus a second pair of heavier duty gloves for S&M frolicking in the bedroom.

For men, there are a variety of novelty rolls: camouflage design, bearing the faces of well-known people (Putin, Trump, Osama bin Laden, Saddam), money bills (dollars, euros), and rolls designed for hunters and campers: Buck’s Schitz and Hunter’s Helper from Woods Wipe, the original Blaze Orange Toilet Paper from Butt Wipe, even a roll that looks like it’s a continuous cheese grater for the true backwoodsman.

It would also appear that, when the time comes, many men do not replace an empty toilet roll with a full one.  Tut, tut!   “Not guilty, m’lud.  I was three miles away when the roll ran out.”  I found several notices clearly designed by women and targeting such recalcitrant men.  I’ll leave you with a sample of such warnings.  I particularly like the duct tape one. If the cap fits, wear it, or alternatively, replace the roll and become a hero.

(^_^)

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