The title of this post isn't quite right, because what I really want to say is:
Why am I the ONLY one who ever replaces the toilet paper?
In fact, "say" isn't the right word, because I really want to shout it!
Like most of us, we are totally used to changing the rolls at home and even for those of us who live with others, you probably have a system of how the rolls get changed -- even if you have to shout at your family to do it -- or you may have just resigned yourself to doing it over and over again.
But (ha!) at work, I'm at a loss. I feel like I'm the TP Queen. Seems like almost every time I enter a stall, I need to replace the roll(s) -- and you better look first, people, or beware! We do not have extra rolls in the stalls...
Part of the problem is the brand-spankin' (ha!)-newness of our building at Community Partners of Dallas. We have new, modern fixtures, and there is NO STORAGE in the bathrooms; plus, the TP holders are kind of a pain. There is a key to open them and it's difficult to figure out how to do it.
NOTE: I did put my foot down when we decided upon the toilets -- I want to flush the commode my self -- no automatic flushers here, as well as at the sinks. I absolutely hate the automatic ones. How many times at the NorthPark AMC Movie Theater have you had to shuffle to the next sink to finish washing your hands after waving frantically to no avail? And don't get me started on the yucky toilets that don't flush or flush while you are using them! Horrors!
But (ha!), then again, if it's not my job to change the rolls, whose is it? No one at CPD has it in their job description and while we do have a janitor service 3 times a week (God bless them), someone has to do it. It can be me.
P.S. I do know that I am not the only employee who does this, in fact, I bet all of us do it. I'm lucky to work with a bunch of great people who know it takes a village to paper the pots!