Aacckk! I just realized you can't see the final cell in this comic, it's what makes it funny. Grandpa is telling his grandson, Nelson--"Don't listen to her. If you stop believing in the Toilet Paper Fairy, she stops coming."
This comic strip by Brian Crane makes me laugh almost every day. It's funny because it's real. Goodness knows how many times I've said, "Lee, come see this, isn't this just like your folks (or mine)?"
I think I'm going to frame this particular strip and the one previous to it regarding the ever important notion of replacing the darn TP roll when it's out. The previous one discussed how leaving one square does not count as actual TP---it does not let the person who left it, out of changing the roll. The rule is, if you can't blow your nose on it, you can't use it for anything else either.
While we're on the subject of Toilet Paper---it rolls over from the top. I, for one, do not need to be hunting around for the stray edge of the TP in the middle of the night if it rolls over from the back. Rolling over from the back is only for households with children under the age of 5 or households with puppies--or both. It keeps bored children from sitting on the potty and unrolling an entire roll while they finish up. If a puppy finds a roll that rolls over from the top, it's your own fault when he comes running into the living room with the end of a brand new roll in tow. Your new neighbor or boss is likely going to be there to witness this act. They'll laugh, but they'll be thinking "they just don't have a lick of sense about which way the TP should roll."
Pickles comic strip makes my heart sing.
There is no such thing as a TP fairy.
One square of TP does not count as "there is too some paper left".
It rolls over from the top unless you have small children or puppies.