After taking 2, 10, or even 30 minutes to take a porcelain cruise, you smile out of satisfaction at a job well done. Yet, you can’t help but feel that something’s missing. A quick check of the toilet paper roll reveals your worst fear – there’s no toilet paper left!
If you’re in your own home, things are okay – you know where you keep your excess wiping solutions, and, worst case scenario, you can put on some new clothes or sacrifice the Life section of today’s newspaper.
If you’re in a public bathroom, however, you’re at the complete and utter mercy of any stranger that happens to be in the bathroom with you. You must ask them to check the other stalls for that one-ply sanitizer. Until you find someone willing to help, you’re trapped in that thinly-walled stall of stench.
Yes, running out of toilet paper is never a good thing. It induces panic and often leads to embarrassment.
But hey, you may get to awkwardly meet someone along the way.
Let Running Out Of Toilet Paper Die
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