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View Poll Results: Do you fold or crumple your toilet paper?

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  • I'm a J and I fold.

    4 26.67%
  • I'm a J and I crumple.

    2 13.33%
  • I'm a P and I fold.

    4 26.67%
  • I'm a P and I crumple.

    5 33.33%
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    Cool Fold or crumble?

    Just a few hours ago I was on the toilet and then I wondered if folding or crumbling toilet paper could be type related. It seemed to me that Js would be more likely to fold their toilet paper and Ps would be more likely to crumble it. So I thought: let's put a poll online and check if I'm right.
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    Crumple.


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    (Whoops, sorry for all the spelling errors, English isn't my native language )
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    Lol.
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    My lil sis at least when we were kids would fold the paper into perfect squares and that was so baffling to me. I wonder if she still does that. She also only eats things like M&Ms or goldfish crackers in pairs, even numbers.
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    I just stretch it out like tooth floss

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    Fold, and just for the record.....I put the roll over the top instead of under.
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    I'm a clean freak; folding is definately neater than crumpling. When things get out of order, it's really tough to generate progress - even with poop!

    Also, just a random shootoff, but I just thought of how the future is described as an 'unfolding'; those who fold their toilet paper like me and are more compulsive with their habits or routines always build foundations for the immanent destination!

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    How could one not fold..

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