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Posted: 10/04/18 08:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also like the vertical holders, but then you have to argue whether it's left or right. And now we've reached double digits too.


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Posted: 10/04/18 09:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

“OVER”.....same as home! If you have a cat.....you probably should go “under”![emoticon]


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joshuajim wrote:

WHO CARES!


We all care and need the correct answer. Now a vertical holder might work, and we can even give him/her a name.


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LOL, I always put it OVER, and my Rockwood trailer towed just fine.

But my wife would put it UNDER and on the way home once we had an accident!!! It must be directly related to that fact and not due to the guy swerving onto the shoulder to avoid someone he thought was in the left lane...

On all my other RV's I submitted to wife's wishes and put it Under. Then I also didn't have any accidents [emoticon]

In our park model our dispenser is vertical storage and faces the user, so over or under becomes left or right. I prefer left (over) and wife likes right (under). /rolleyes

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Over and Northern

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When I bought my FW new, the sales person said I'd have to install the roll holding arms myself, due to everyone's placement preference being different. OK, I can relate to that, so did my own arm install. After wife inspected the install, she said I did not put the arms close enough together. Yup, now the roll is able to slide back/forth, a little more than necessary. I refused to drill another hole to correct the problem, and will just have to live with the chucking, caused from paper sliding back/forth.

BTW...me thinks Grit Dog is not spending enough time at his work position.

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Even though I realize this is a joke/parody/rant thread, I say bidet.

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Over, under, right, left, up, down......, my head hurts. Never had this problem with corncobs - or old Monkey Ward catalogs!

Wait a moment... all those corncobs rolling around will play Hob with weight distribution, causing wide variations of tongue or pin weights, tire loading (and inflation pressure requirements), and general enjoyment of the towing experience. Not to even mention the effect of possible static electricity buildup that could cause transient magnetic fields that would.........................

Never mind. I think I better go back to bed.

Grit Dog, GREAT way to add a bit of humor to our day. Thanks![emoticon]


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marcsbigfoot20b27 wrote:

Even though I realize this is a joke/parody/rant thread, I say bidet.

I tried one of these contraptions out for the first time at a 5 star hotel I was staying at last winter. All I can say is that I got all glassy eyed, weak in the knees, and had to smoke a cigarette when I was done.....and I don't smoke!

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RobWNY wrote:

marcsbigfoot20b27 wrote:

Even though I realize this is a joke/parody/rant thread, I say bidet.

I tried one of these contraptions out for the first time at a 5 star hotel I was staying at last winter. All I can say is that I got all glassy eyed, weak in the knees, and had to smoke a cigarette when I was done.....and I don't smoke!
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