Folded Toilet Paper
One of my pet peeves, when I visit the facilities, is toilet paper that is folded into an angle. I assume the person who visited the restroom stall before me took the time to do so.
This seems to be toilet etiquette in the ladies' room these days. The idea is to make it easier for the next person the grab a hold of the edge of the toilet paper.
Is this really necessary?
Is it so difficult to tear off the required amount of toilet paper without assistance like this?
I may sound a little prude but I am a bit concerned about this practice. The people who make these attractive folds do this right after they have finished their business in the stalls, without washing their hands. I have never seen anyone come out of the stalls, wash her hands and go back to fold the edge of the toilet paper.
It seems a bit unsanitary.
Of course, there is the chance that the toilet paper was folded over by the custodial staff. But there is really no way to know.
I wish this custom of folding the toilet paper is restricted to the people who clean the restrooms.