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Toilet Roll Facts

Toilet Roll Facts

One ‘mod con’ we all take for granted is the humble toilet roll. Years ago, only kings and queens had access to toilet paper – everyone else used leaves (or later on, newspaper). The first person to use a type of toilet tissue was the Chinese emperor back in the 14th century, who commanded his […]

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Toilet Roll Art

By on June 2, 2017 in Art, Janitorial, Toilet Tissue with 0 Comments
Toilet Roll Art

A toilet roll is an everyday object, and an unglamorous one in most people’s eyes. Yet French artist Anastassia Elias has created enchanting snapshots of life from the humble cardboard tubes found inside loo rolls. In her book entitled Rouleaux, Elias presents an impressive 67 paper sculptures, represented in more than 150 photographs and 28 […]

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Flushing Brides? Toilet Paper Wedding Dresses

By on October 25, 2016 in Fun, Janitorial, Toilet Tissue with 0 Comments
Flushing Brides? Toilet Paper Wedding Dresses

What if you went to a wedding with a difference? What if the bride walked down the aisle in a fabulous designer dress, made exclusively from… toilet paper! An annual contest organised by Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com has resulted in a series of spectacular, mind-blowing dress designs since the competition kicked off in 2005. To enter the contest, […]

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Writer on a Roll

By on February 20, 2012 in Books & Pads, Janitorial, Toilet Tissue with 0 Comments
Writer on a Roll

Someone has typed out Herman Melville’s 1851 novel Moby Dick on six rolls of toilet Paper for a bet. As the seller on ebay explains, “My friend and I once joked that toilet Paper should have instructions printed on them for certain people. One day, the conversation grew from there and turned into a wager […]

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