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Proof that Buying Toilet Paper in Bulk is Better

Aug 16, 2011

I recently came across this fabulous infographic proving the need for bulk toilet paper. As we have said before, toilet paper doesn’t expire and you can never have enough of it.

From the Adulting Blog by Kelly Brown

Blogger Kelly Brown on the Adulting Blog posted this graph recently with her take on buying in bulk:

Let’s look at a graph that illustrates toilet paper need: at every point between infancy and death, the answer to the question, ‘Do I need toilet paper?’ will always be ‘Yes.’

Just go ahead and buy in bulk.

That’s it folks, simple and sophisticated, with mathematical proof that buying toilet tissue in bulk is the best option. We have toilet paper for both household and commercial use available at Buy a case of toilet paper for fast delivery in 2-3 days.

To learn more about Kelly Brown and why she is writing about being better at being an adult, visit her blog at


Win Ziploc Sandwich Bags & Double Savings

Aug 16, 2011

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Jumbo Toilet Paper Rolls – Necessary or a Nuisance?

Aug 12, 2011

Because of our interest in all things toilet paper here at ToiletPaperWorld, we happened across an article by Jenny Gardiner detailing the woes of jumbo toilet paper rolls.  There are a few points I can sympathize with Ms. Jenny, and a few bones to pick after reading the article.

Let’s start off with the positive – In Jenny’s article she states that these rolls can be difficult to use because they are simply so large.   I can’t say I’ve used a stall with the handicap rail and gigantic toilet paper roll positioned somewhat out of reach as she has, but I can imagine that an awkward angle combined with a giant diameter and cheaper toilet paper would make it tear off before you got all the toilet paper you wanted.   On the other hand, I believe these jumbo rolls are an economic necessity for businesses – the bottom line is they save companies money.

Also Jenny’s paragraph on auto-flush toilets is quite humorous – I used to work at a place with them.  Some people argue the darn things are supposed to conserve water, but they go off inadvertently so much I’m sure they end up wasting more water than a regular flush toilet, not to mention the chance of getting a wet bum when it goes off and you’re still on it.

Now, on to the rest of the article… personally I thought there’s too much anti-male sentiment going on that made it difficult to get through the whole article, I can’t say I’d become a fan.  The opening statement that men design things for looks and not function is completely contrary to me.  I don’t think I’ve ever heard a man who just built something designed for a specific purpose say, “Well, it does the job great but it just doesn’t look pretty enough.”

Last but not least is the toilet paper theft!  I’m glad Jenny had a remorseful sentiment towards this act – unlike some previous toilet paper thieves we’ve run into.  Post your thoughts in the comments section!

International Beer Day – Beer Clean & Bar Supplies

Aug 5, 2011

It’s International Beer Day, celebrate with a cold one! Save on Beer Clean products and bar supplies, prices valid through August 15.

How are you going to celebrate International Beer Day? Check out Facebook or Twitter for chances to win ToiletPaperWorld coasters.

Save on cocktail napkins, foodservice towels, and plastic cups for your bar or restaurant. Check out rebates for Beer Clean, for an additional $25 in savings!


Creator of Charmin Ad Campaign Dies – Don’t Squeeze the Charmin!

Aug 2, 2011

The Creator of Charmin’s ‘Don’t Squeeze the Charmin’ advertising campaign recently died at age 74. After a battle with Parkinson’s disease for five years, John Chervokas died Saturday of a stroke in Manhattan.

Chervokas said that seeing women testing fruit’s softness in supermarkets inspired him to write the creative advertising campaign. He saw that women touched produce and other items, testing for softness. Mr. Whipple’s character discouraged shoppers from squeezing the Charmin.

As a junior copywriter at Betnon & Bowles in 1964, he coined the slogan, “Don’t Squeeze the Charmin!” The advertising campaign featured television commercials with Mr. Whipple, played by actor Dick Wilson. With the catchy slogan and popular television commercial, Mr Whipple became one of TV’s best-known characters, and Charmin became the best-selling toilet paper by 1969. Mr. Whipple was even resurrected as a spokesperson for Charmin toilet paper, see the image to the left.

Before Mr. Whipple, came the Charmin Lady, which we featured a few weeks ago. Now, the Charmin advertising campaign is based on bears in the woods.

See some of the vintage Charmin commercials on the NPR website.

Thanks to Roadsidepictures for the image.


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