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And here I am, a sucker, using my own hand to wrap the toilet paper. Will it wipe for me too?
holy crap! (ha) that's a whole lotta TP for a wipe job... and we wonder where are forests are going...
Very Rube Goldberg, I love it.
this is a new style product but it is go to production the cost will go too high...so much care about that ! thanks
Pretty cool but it seems to waste a lot of toilet paper. Obviously none of us want poop on our hands but that seems like a lot of paper for a swipe or two.
Haha, usefull AND good for the environment. No waste waste of TP whatsoever. *note the sarcasm*
This machines wastes a lot of paper
what's that chunk that falls off at the end about?
Hrm. Why does it fold so much toilet paper at once? What is it designed to do exactly. I first thought it was making little folder packets with which to wipe one's arse, but the amount of paper it is folding would be just insane for mundane arse-cleansing.
That's cool, but who the hell uses that much paper at one time?! I'd dig it if you could control how much paper it dispensed
Wow, laziness has reached a new low. If this ever makes it into production I'm going to join a different species in a desperate attempt to retain my dignity.
any way i can get more info on this i'm doing a project like it for my P.e
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