The Important Room

Enough for now of my pity party diary posts! Time for something lighter. While I search for the next household item to feature, please enjoy this oldie but goodie. And be sure to click through to the Cotton Balls post if you haven’t already read it. You’ll be glad you did.

Cordelia's Mom, Still

ImportantRoomEveryone seemed to enjoy my post about cotton balls, which was written in a moment of desperation when I had run out of ideas.

Again searching for ideas, I took another look around my house for likely items to write about.  While spending time in the most important room of the house (hereinafter, “The Important Room”), I noticed the toilet paper roll.

No, this will not be a debate on which way the roll should be hung – that’s been done to a crisp already.  Nor will I stoop low enough to write about the item’s normally intended use – I’m pretty sure every single one of my readers is familiar with that.  Except, of course, for any readers who don’t have indoor plumbing – they’re probably still using newspapers and catalogs, and, of course, it’s unlikely those particular readers would be technically savvy enough to have found this…

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4 Responses to The Important Room

  1. My family always bought those single rolls of Scot Tissues in the paper wrapping…with a few thousand sheets, I guess, more economical. I tried it more recently, seems a bit rough after you have gotten used to Charmin.

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  2. Hahaha, love this post, CM! Great idea about throwing it over the neighbor’s house on a rainy day. ٩(ó。ò۶ ♡)))

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