So the good news is that my daughter’s dorm actually has private bathrooms—no walking down the hall to a cavernous room of stalls and sinks for her. The bad news is that she was astonished when I mentioned that she’d need to work out providing toilet paper among her room- and suite-mates. When I finally stopped laughing, I asked her how she thought the school should best provide that toilet tissue to everyone. Concierge service? Oh! Maybe they could send it in with the maid. (You know my suggestion was that everyone bring a giant package and they’d be set for the year, right? So embarrassing, Mom.)
Anyway! Now I’m stocking up for home as well as for her to take to school in a few months. So I just snagged this 24-roll Quilted Northern Supreme Rolls deal at Amazon: it’s marked at $24.29, then there’s a clippable $5 coupon, plus if you have your 5+ subscriptions for the month, you’ll save another 15%. That made it $15.65 delivered, for me, and the package claims 8 supreme rolls equal 30 regular ones—which is probably a stretch—but even if you only consider them equivalent to double rolls, that’s basically 48 rolls for around $15. Not bad.
It’s not as good as dorm maid service, I guess, but still.