My family has a "Pack A Day" habit.
No not cigarettes. Toilet paper.
We go through it like...well I'd say tissue paper, but that seems a obvious. And redundant.
I don't know how we do it...use so much toilet paper I mean.
I don't believe that collectively we go to the bathroom anymore than normal people. I mean, Livi does drink a lot of juice...
I think they're just using so MUCH of it. We're killing trees left and right...or should I say front and back.
I just realized that I was changing the roll in my bathroom every day. In fact, we go through rolls so quickly we even kept a "back up" roll sitting on the pile of magazines next to the toilet.
How can a family of four use so much toilet paper?? I wanted to get to the bottom of this mystery (pun not intended...) so I spied on my kids wiping. I realize this might be illegal in some states, but I felt like as a citizen of the Earth, it was my duty to find out how all of these resources were being used.
It's interesting to see each has their own methodology. I won't go into details, but MAN - they do use a LOT of toilet paper.
Did you know there are people who don't even use toilet paper? I'm not joking. My massage therapist used to live with a guy who didn't wipe. He was a Vegan and he believed his body was so clean that he didn't need it.
Ew. (Shutter...) I don't think we want to go that route...
Does anyone else have this problem? Is it my family alone that is responsible for the deforestation of the entire Southern Hemisphere?
Do I start rationing TP?