What is your favorite toilet paper?

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What is your favorite toilet paper?

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I was just wondering what your favorite toilet paper is? I hate the ones that roll up while you are doing your business. Generally those are the less expensive brands. Quilted Northern is a good value and wont roll up. What do you guys think?
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I think that cottonelle is a good brand.
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Finally someone answered the question :P
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I go with the Charmin extra soft double roll that they sell @ Costco. Best value for the money.
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Johnnie wrote:I was just wondering what your favorite toilet paper is? I hate the ones that roll up while you are doing your business. Generally those are the less expensive brands. Quilted Northern is a good value and wont roll up. What do you guys think?
I tell my wife to get anything but Cottonelle. It seems to roll up. Glad to see someone else is having the same problem I have been having, my wife has no clue when I tell her about the roll ups.

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Two words: Baby Wipes. Try them once, you'll never go back to normal TP!
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Well, I suppose this could fit under 'grooming' in a loose sort of way...ahem....not quite the usual sort of topic...hope it doesn't set a precedent....very well, original Charmin, nothing else will do! Gordon
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Chris wrote:Two words: Baby Wipes. Try them once, you'll never go back to normal TP!
I get these at Costco too.
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Chris wrote:Two words: Baby Wipes. Try them once, you'll never go back to normal TP!
Aren't these things unflushable?
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guenron wrote:
Chris wrote:Two words: Baby Wipes. Try them once, you'll never go back to normal TP!
Aren't these things unflushable?
Nope. They flush just fine. I don't have a septic tank, and I am on the city sewer system, so I can't vouch for septic systems, but they work just fine on the city systems...
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Chris wrote:
guenron wrote:
Chris wrote:Two words: Baby Wipes. Try them once, you'll never go back to normal TP!
Aren't these things unflushable?
Nope. They flush just fine. I don't have a septic tank, and I am on the city sewer system, so I can't vouch for septic systems, but they work just fine on the city systems...
Any particular brands for which you vouch?
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guenron wrote:
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guenron wrote: Aren't these things unflushable?
Nope. They flush just fine. I don't have a septic tank, and I am on the city sewer system, so I can't vouch for septic systems, but they work just fine on the city systems...
Any particular brands for which you vouch?
I just use the plain ol' Johnson and Johnson ones.
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Sounds Like A Rout for TP!

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Tanks Chris! :o Shades of the Ventures, WIPEOUT!
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guenron wrote:Tanks Chris! :o Shades of the Ventures, WIPEOUT!
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Gotta go with Charmin on this one . . . except the bears in their new commercials kind of give me the creeps . . . :?

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LOL...I originally reprimanded Johnnie for starting this thready way back when. Glad to see you guys find it relevant :-)

(quilted northern for me btw)

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Post by rtaylor61 »

I've thought this thread was in the toilet since the beginning! But, since I'm making a smart remark, guess I'll put in my vote for Charmin.

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i'm going against the grain on this one, because i like Scott TP. it lasts and lasts, and is soft enough not to tear a new one where one exists.
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You guys just have LMAO here !!! :lol: :lol:

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