Are you one of those people who panicked with the coronavirus and immediately ran to buy toilet paper? Have you saved a stack of packages and are you worried about running out? We have the solution.
Wouldn't it be awful to run out of toilet paper even though you first ran to the supermarket and bought at least 50 rolls? Do not worry unjustly. The demonic iGuru columnists have searched all over the internet and brought you the website that will free your hands. It will tell you how long the toilet paper you have stored in your home will last.
So you have no choice but to go to howmuchtoiletpaper.com where with scientific methods it will calculate how many times you can visit your favorite place without the stress of finding a suitable paper.
And if you have already bought some 100 rolls of toilet paper then obviously your IQ is not so enviable, that's why the website howmuchtoiletpaper made sure to make it relatively simple to use. You enter the number of shutters that you managed to buy with unparalleled consumer speed before it ran out, as well as the number of your daily visits to the toilet and you will see for how many days in total you are insured.
For example, the remaining 10 rolls, with three hits a day (numbers are the default by the site when you first visit it) equals 53 days. Fine for one person but if you are over? Do you have to run to buy more shutters?
For the most sought after, there are also advanced options to give more detailed measurements, such as the number of people in the house, the number of pieces contained in the roll, the number of sheets contained in each piece, the quarantine days you estimate will remain your city etc. The result will be clearly more scientific and specifically focused on your personality.
For the record, the site was created by two UK residents, Ben Sassoon and Sam Harris, who made it with a lot of humor. But it quickly saw a lot of traffic, with about 2 million clicks in just four days.