I prefer the sheet to be hanging at the front, I used to be very irritated by it if it was at the back and would move it round.... but I'm mellowing in my old age and now I leave it alone and just tut! In my own home though, it still has to be at the front!
I'm with you jonaj! Front GOOD back BAD! It drives me berko when I see loo paper going backwards! I HAVE to to change it if I see it going backwards. I can't help myself! I'm a bit OCD about that. Does that make me wierd?
None of us are weird. We are just simply right. Paper goes to the front. Paper to the front. Paper to the front. Paper. Front. Time for a nice lie down. On my bed. With the pillow slips facing open end in ⊙﹏⊙
If the paper is patterned you need to have the sheet hanging at the front so you can see the pretty pattern. I don't buy patterned paper so I don't care at all. However I know it bothers lots of people so I hang it with the sheet at the front. I do think there are more important things to worry about.
I used to like it hanging from the back, then I worked in a resort where we had to have it flowing from the front and we had to make a fancy point so that it was easy to access so the guests were not looking for the 'end' like a roll of sticky tape....
Hello Rice. I love my matching pegs as well. I bought 2 packets of bright pink pegs from K'mart, about 5 years ago & they haven't faded yet And I have all black plastic coat hangers on the outside line, blue ones in the blue/white bathroom, & pink ones in the other bathroom which look nice with my (old) brown/cream patterned tiles, camel coloured walls, orange loo & matching sink, with dark brown tiles on the floor!! (Sorry, nothing to do with front/back loo paper!!!)
Definitely at the front, and yes, I'm one of those individuals who become irritated enough to take the roll of and turn it round the right way if someone has changed the roll and not put it front facing. This happened at work and there was only one other female working there so in the end I figured she just gave up and didn't replace the empty roll in the end. Another thing I noticed was that if kids yanked at a wall facing roll, the roll tended to whizz around to the point where there was so much paper spinnjng around, it ended up on the floor. Try it. You will see for yourself!