How To Annoy Your Colleagues Using The Loo Roll

Most people tend to think that the best way of annoying your colleagues at work, using everyday items found in the toilet, is to soil the toilet at work so badly, that everyone is too scared to use it.

I am not sure about you, but when I walk into the men’s toilets at work, I often feel the urge to run straight to the nearest decontamination tent. Once there, I would need to spend around an hour rinsing myself down before feeling clean enough to come back out again.

I do not get why some people treat the toilet at work as if it is the canvas for some bodily-fluid artwork!? Just clean up after you! Nobody wants to see or smell what you had for dinner 24 hours ago!

Is it that hard!? Or at least spare a thought for the cleaners.

But one employee has found a cleaner way to wind their colleagues up, and it involves ramming the toilet roll onto its holder in a way that it was never designed for.

The prankster’s co-workers got so wound up with their colleague’s antics, that they went to the trouble of sketching various diagrams which clearly show how the toilet roll should be placed on the holder.

But rather than taking the guidance, the prankster saw it as a challenge and so came up with an even more annoying way of putting the loo roll on the holder!

The new way of putting the loo roll on the holder meant that anyone who needed to use the toilet paper would have to rip off tiny amounts – bits so small that you could not even clean the tip of your pen with them.

There are few things worse (when using the toilet at work) than finding that you are going to need about 15 rolls of toilet paper only to see that your colleague has completely stitched you up by putting the toilet roll out of action. 

This is why, my friends, I always take my own wet wipes to work with me. 

After I have used around 15 wipes to decontaminate the toilet, I can then use whatever is left for myself. 

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