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Mumsnet users reacted with laughter and accused her of being "tight" after the unnamed woman suggested she should limit her sister's use to one roll a week.
She moaned: "My sister is coming to stay with me for a week. I love her and we get along great. However, whenever she stays with me, she easily goes through a roll of toilet paper every day."
She went onto say: "She uses it to take off her makeup, blow her nose, clean her phone screen, wipe her dog’s eyes, remove nail polish, and the usual reason.
"She says that since she’s a guest at my house, I need to provide her with toilet paper. I say that I will provide her with a reasonable amount (one roll per week) of toilet paper but I am in no way obligated to provide a roll every day.
"What should I reasonably be expected to provide a guest?"
But people have deemed the woman tight – and a debate has broken out as to how much loo roll is necessary.
One woman said: "Are you really this tight/petty? Go buy a nine pack from the supermarket. They're like £2."
Another added: "One roll a week??? I think she may be excessive in her use, but you are tight, and both of you are mental to be arguing over bog roll!"
One mum said: "TP (toilet paper) is probably the cheapest thing you can buy. Cheaper than tissues, cheaper than paper towels, cheaper than cotton swabs …. see where I am going?"
Another said: "If you have a guest you should provide unlimited toilet paper. Unlimited! What if there’s a bout of food poisoning? It’s the most basic thing you can possibly provide!"
Another added: "Just buy some bog standard roll and flush your concerns away, it's not worth your relationship with your sister going down the pan.
One woman said: "Wow this is amazing! We live abroad and often have family guests to stay for a week or more! Can't say I ever police the amount of TP used and just ensure I have plenty to spare so no one is caught short with none when needed!"
Another said: "Just buy a big cheap pack! Very rude and stingy to only provide one roll. If you also provide a box of tissues and some makeup pads (as most hosts would) you may find she uses less."
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