Steady, folks. I know this one is gonna be a toughie. The good news is that once you've gotten the basics down, you can change toilet paper rolls in residential bathrooms all over North America (unless they've gotten their TP dispensers from IKEA or something. Curse you, IKEA, you and your wily weird Scandinavian TP dispensers!). Never again need you flail about helplessly in the restroom, waiting for someone -- anyone -- to come and restore the TP to full working order, for YOU SHALL HAVE SKILLS.
You will need:
- a spring-loaded type toilet paper dispenser with an empty toilet paper roll on it
- a new roll of toilet paper
- minimal manual dexterity
- about 30 seconds of your time
When you're ready...
Once the empty roll is off, feel free to recycle it, craft it into some treasure of trash, or just fling it in the bin with utter insouciance. (Live for the moment, I say!)
The never-ending jihad known as Over or Under will not be discussed here. You figure out what works for your household and leave me out of it, OK?