Toilet Paper Giveaway

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Toilet Paper Giveaway is a game that has a Weekly Drawing where Members can Win up to 1,200 rolls or $600 Cash
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5 Correct1,200 rolls or $600 Cash
4 Correct96 rolls or $48 Cash
3 Correct12 rolls or $6 Cash
2 Correct2 Extra Entries
1 Correct1 Extra Entry

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Sunday, March 7, 2021

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Ok, so who can enter?
Anyone in the USA that is between 18 and 150 years of age.

How often can I enter?
You can enter daily one set of 5 entries in any 24 hour period of time and then drawings are done on Monday morning for the previous 7 days. So, if you submit 5 entries each day of the week, you will have at least 35 entries in the drawing (5 x 7 = 35)

And when are the drawings?
All weekly entries must be submitted by Sunday 12midnight CST.

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Pick 5 sets of numbers. Each set of numbers will consist of 5 random numbers. Numbers picked are between 1 and 99.

What can I win?
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Our Weekly Prizes

5 Correct1,200 rolls or $600 Cash
4 Correct96 rolls or $48 Cash
3 Correct12 rolls or $6 Cash
2 Correct2 Extra Entries
1 Correct1 Extra Entry

Next Giveaway
Sunday, March 7, 2021

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Our Weekly Prizes

5 Correct1,200 rolls or $600 Cash
4 Correct96 rolls or $48 Cash
3 Correct12 rolls or $6 Cash
2 Correct2 Extra Entries
1 Correct1 Extra Entry

Next Giveaway
Sunday, March 7, 2021

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TP Honor Roll

Top 10 List of Rolls Earned
by Members this Week

Steve Davis

Memphis, Tenneesee

96 Rolls

Cynthia Loeber

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

96 Rolls

Brielle Norvell

Milaca, Minnesota

86 Rolls

Xavier Carthen

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

62 Rolls

Jayda Smith

Waite Park, Minnesota

48 Rolls

Karen Masterton

Athens, Tennessee

36 Rolls

Todd Immel

New York, New York

30 Rolls

Tim2 Luedtke2

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

26 Rolls

Missy Dawn

Minneapolis, Minnesota

22 Rolls

Misty Sahouri

Byron, Michigan

19 Rolls




A poop-load of information!

History of Toilet Paper

Who invented it and when? What did the ancients use? All these important questions and more are answered.

How Much Toilet Paper?

Don't get caught with your pants down! Calculate how many rolls you'll need to wipe out a year.

Types of Toilet Paper

1Ply, 2Ply, 3Ply, Oh My! Did you know there are actually 9 different types of toilet paper?

Types of Poop

It's humans dirty little secret. Nobody wants to talk about it. So, go ahead and read about it!

Bathroom Humor

From poop to pee to barf - we got it all covered!

Toilet Paper Facts

Don't be a square - get your TP facts here!

Toilet Slang

There are 19 ways to say "toilet". How many you know?

Toilet Parts

Ever wonder how the greatest invention ever works? Here is a breakdown of all the toilet parts.

Types of Toilets

Ever wonder how the greatest invention since sliced bread works? Here is a breakdown of all the toilet parts.

Toilet Paper History

Since the dawn of time, people have found nifty ways to clean up after the bathroom act. The most common solution was simply to grab what was at hand: coconuts, shells, snow, moss, hay, leaves, grass, corncobs, sheep's wool, and later - thanks to the printing press - newspapers, magazines, and pages of books. The ancient Greeks used clay and stone. The Romans, sponges and salt water. But the idea of a commercial product designed solely to wipe one's bum? That started about 150 years ago, right here in the U.S.A. In less than a century, Uncle Sam's marketing genius turned something disposable into something indispensable.


The first products designed specifically to wipe one's nethers were aloe-infused sheets of manila hemp dispensed from Kleenex-like boxes. They were invented in 1857 by a New York entrepreneur named Joseph Gayetty, who claimed his sheets prevented hemorrhoids. Gayetty was so proud of his therapeutic bathroom paper that he had his name printed on each sheet. But his success was limited. Americans soon grew accustomed to wiping with the Sears Roebuck catalog, and they saw no need to spend money on something that came in the mail for free.

Toilet paper took its next leap forward in 1890, when two brothers named Clarence and E. Irvin Scott popularized the concept of toilet paper on a roll. The Scotts' brand became more successful than Gayetty's medicated wipes, in part because they built a steady trade selling toilet paper to hotels and drugstores. But it was still an uphill battle to get the public to openly buy the product, largely because Americans remained embarrassed by bodily functions. In fact, the Scott brothers were so ashamed of the nature of their work that they didn't take proper credit for their innovation until 1902.

"No one wanted to ask for it by name," says Dave Praeger, author of Poop Culture: How America Is Shaped by Its Grossest National Product. "It was so taboo that you couldn't even talk about the product." By 1930, the German paper company Hakle began using the tag line, "Ask for a roll of Hakle and you won't have to say toilet paper!"

As time passed, toilet tissues slowly became an American staple. But widespread acceptance of the product didn't officially occur until a new technology demanded it.

At the end of the 19th century, more and more homes were being built with sit-down flush toilets tied to indoor plumbing systems. And because people required a product that could be flushed away with minimal damage to the pipes, corncobs and moss no longer cut it. In no time, toilet paper ads boasted that the product was recommended by both doctors and plumbers.


In the early 1900s, toilet paper was still being marketed as a medicinal item. But in 1928, the Hoberg Paper Company tried a different tack. On the advice of its ad men, the company introduced a brand called Charmin and fitted the product with a feminine logo that depicted a beautiful woman. The genius of the campaign was that by evincing softness and femininity, the company could avoid talking about toilet paper's actual purpose. Charmin was enormously successful, and the tactic helped the brand survive the Great Depression. (It also helped that, in 1932, Charmin began marketing economy-size packs of four rolls.) Decades later, the dainty ladies were replaced with babies and bear cubs-advertising vehicles that still stock the aisles today.

By the 1970s, America could no longer conceive of life without toilet paper. Case in point: In December 1973, Tonight Show host Johnny Carson joked about a toilet paper shortage during his opening monologue. But America didn't laugh. Instead, TV watchers across the country ran out to their local grocery stores and bought up as much of the stuff as they could. In 1978, a TV Guide poll named Mr. Whipple-the affable grocer who implored customers, "Please don't squeeze the Charmin"-the third best-known man in America, behind former president Richard Nixon and the Rev. Billy Graham.

Currently, the United States spends more than $6 billion a year on toilet tissue-more than any other nation in the world. Americans, on average, use 57 squares a day and 50 lbs. a year.

Even still, the toilet paper market in the United States has largely plateaued. The real growth in the industry is happening in developing countries. There, it's booming. Toilet paper revenues in Brazil alone have more than doubled since 2004. The radical upswing in sales is believed to be driven by a combination of changing demographics, social expectations, and disposable income.

"The spread of globalization can kind of be measured by the spread of Western bathroom practices," says Praeger. When average citizens in a country start buying toilet paper, wealth and consumerism have arrived. It signifies that people not only have extra cash to spend, but they've also come under the influence of Western marketing.


Even as the markets boom in developing nations, toilet paper manufacturers find themselves needing to charge more per roll to make a profit. That's because production costs are rising. During the past few years, pulp has become more expensive, energy costs are rising, and even water is becoming scarce. Toilet paper companies may need to keep hiking up their prices. The question is, if toilet paper becomes a luxury item, can Americans live without it?

The truth is that we did live without it, for a very long time. And even now, a lot of people do. In Japan, the Washlet-a toilet that comes equipped with a bidet and an air-blower-is growing increasingly popular. And all over the world, water remains one of the most common methods of self-cleaning. Many places in India, the Middle East, and Asia, for instance, still depend on a bucket and a spigot. Will Americans ever part with their beloved toilet paper in order to adopt more money-saving measures? Or will we keep flushing our cash away? Praeger, for one, believes a toilet-paper apocalypse is hardly likely. After all, the American marketing machine is a powerful thing.

How Much Toilet Paper?

Do you have any idea how much toilet paper you use? Neither did we.
That is why we created this calculator so you can be prepared for future pandemics!

(average person in US is 3-4)


(average is 2.6 per household)


(average is 2 per trip)


(average is 8-9 per wipe)


(average is 150 sheets on a roll )

sheets per roll

9 Types of Toilet Paper

Toilet paper has evolved so much over time and being a household item, the toilet industry has tremendously grown. Today, there are a number of manufacturers making and producing toilet paper giving people interesting options to choose from. Toilet paper now varies in style, cost, softness, style, and size. Even celebrities such as Beyonce and Kris Jenner have their own toilet paper preference.

Here's a list of different types of toilet paper to give you an idea of what other options you have the next time you buy a roll.

1-Ply Toilet Paper

As the name implies, the one-ply only has one layer of paper and when it comes to cost, it's generally less expensive to use than the 2-ply since lesser layer means lesser cost. It also doesn't mean that because it's only a single layer it's less durable. Because of innovations in technology and product advances, a toilet paper may have just a single layer and yet can still be stronger and thicker than the other 2-ply ones. One-ply can be a good choice for a septic system since it breaks down quicker than 2 or 3 plies. If used in moderation, it may also reduce the chances of getting a clogged toilet.

2-Ply Toilet Paper

This toilet paper has 2 layers of paper and it used to be that it was assumed they are thicker and better than the one ply. This is no longer the case in this day and age since there is already one-ply toilet paper that is stronger and thicker. It was in the 1950s when a toilet paper manufacturer devised a method to attach one-ply paper together and roll it to make a two-ply which is thicker.

3-Ply Toilet Paper

With three layers of paper, the three-plies can hold more water and are more absorbent than the two-ply ones. Different toilet paper brands now have the three-plies among their product lines and with this one, lesser consumption still means getting the job done.

Luxury or Extra Soft Toilet Paper

Luxury toilet paper come in different variations as well such as lotioned, quilted, scented or perfumed, ultra or extra soft and in multiple layers. Naturally, the price is also a bit higher than the regular ones but still on a range that most consumers can afford. Different brands have launched their own lines of luxury or premium extra soft toilet paper because of how it had boomed in the market.

Unbleached Toilet Paper

This type is also known as brown toilet paper and is made up of recycled materials. During the manufacturing process, the amount of bleach used to make the paper white is reduced or eliminated. Some brands also use the label "chlorine-free". This type of toilet paper is environmentally friendly and less expensive than the white ones. The only downside is that it isn't as soft as white toilet paper.

Bamboo Toilet Paper

If you're looking for a more eco-friendly toilet paper, you can go for the bamboo toilet paper. Unlike the other brown toilet papers, this type is silky soft since it's made of bamboo and it's also unbleached. The only downside to this is that it's also a bit higher in price than the regular toilet paper.

RV / Marine/ Camping Toilet Paper

This toilet tissue is designed specifically for use when you're going camping in an RV (recreational vehicle) or motor home. The best RV toilet paper is designed to be safe for the vehicle's black water tank so it won't clog nor accumulate in your line. These are often also called Marine toilet papers, boats often have a similar waste system similar to RVs and need a toilet paper that is less likely to clog it up.

Toilet Paper For Sensitive Skin

Just like soaps and other products for bath and body, there are also toilet papers designed for sensitive skin (click to see our top picks).Various chemicals can be used when manufacturing toilet paper and among these are chlorine and formaldehyde. Other scented toilet papers or those with the design are also made with the use of fragrances and dyes. To turn the toilet paper to the color white, bleach is used. All of these can cause irritation and reactions to sensitive skin. Thank goodness that there are now brands that produce toilet paper that is hypoallergenic and are gentler on the skin.

Colored Toilet Paper

Ever heard that Beyonce only prefers the red toilet paper or that Kris Jenner prefers the color of her toilet paper in black? Yes, these are real toilet papers and other different colors are now available in the market. Although, you can expect that the price of the toilet paper that these celebrities use is on the more expensive side. Colored toilet papers were a thing in the '50s however because of environmental and medical concerns because of the dyes being used at the time, the production slowly dwindled down and eventually discontinued in 2004. However, they are now making a comeback and black and red are not the only colors you can choose from!

Types of Poop

Ghost Poop

You know you've pooped. There's poop on the toilet paper, but no poop in the bowl.

Teflon Coated Poop

Comes out so slick, clean and easy that you don't feel it. No traces of poop on the toilet paper. You have to look in the toilet bowl to be sure you did it!

Gooey Poop

This has the consistency of hot tar. You wipe your butt 12 times and it still doesn't come clean. You end up putting toilet paper in your underwear so you don't stain it. This poop leaves permanent skid marks in the toilet.

Second Thought Poop

You're all done wiping your butt and you're about to stand up when you realize've got some more.

Pop a Vein in Your Forehead Poop

This kind is the kind of poop that killed Elvis. It doesn't come until you're all sweaty, trembling and purple from straining so hard.

Bali Belly Poop

You poop so much you lose 5 kilos.

Right Now Poop

You better be within 10 seconds of a toilet. Usually it has its head out before you get your pants down.

King Kong or Commode Choker Poop

This poop is so big that you know it won't go down the toilet unless you break it into smaller chunks. A coat hanger works well. This kind of poop usually happens at someone else's house.

Wet Cheeks Poop

This poop hits the water sideways and makes a BIG splash that gets your butt wet.

Wish Poop

You sit there all cramped up and fart a few times, but no poop!

Cement Block or Oh God Poop

You wish you'd gotten a spinal block before you poop.

Snake Poop

This poop is fairly soft and about as big around as your thumb and at least three feet long.

Cork Poop (Also Known as Floater Poop)

Even after the third flush, it's still floating in there. My god! How do I get rid of it? This poop usually happens at someone else's house.

Mexican Food Poop (also called Screamers)

You'll know it's alright to eat again when your butthole stops burning.

Beer Drunk Poop

This happens the day after the night before. Normally your poop doesn't smell too bad, but this poop is BAD. Usually there's somebody standing outside to use the bathroom. This kind of poop also usually happens at someone else's house.

The Frightened Turtle

The kind of poop that just pokes its head out then quickly goes back in.

The Bungee Poop

The kind of poop that just hangs off your butt before it falls into the water.

The Ring of Fire Poop

The kind of poop where you eat really spicy food and your butthole feels like the inside of a cigarette lighter.

The Crippler

The kind of poop where you have to sit on the toilet so long your legs go numb from the waist down.

The Big Bobber

The kind of poop that no matter how many times you flush it always floats back to the surface.

The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

The kind of poop that hits you when you're trapped in your car in a traffic jam.

The Incredible Hulk Poop

The king of poop that sits in the toilet overnight and mysteriously expands to twice it's normal size.

Jack the Ripper Poop

The kind of poop that yanks out your butthair as it pushes its way out.

The Party Pooper

The giant poop you take at a party. And when you flush the toilet, you watch in horror as the water starts to rise.

The Toxic Gas Poop

The kind of poop that makes you pass out and fall of the toilet before you finish, and then you wake up in some strange South American town.

Dirty Bowl Poop

The kind of poop that comes out in a million pieces a second, reminiscent of an avalanche - but with rocket propulsion, and splatters all over the toilet bowl.

The Windy City Poop

When you sit down, and fart for so long and hard that you no longer need to take a poop.

Oh Poop! Poop

You poop so much and wipe your butt so furiously you run out of toilet paper and you say OH ****!

The Never Ending Poop

It's the poop that keeps running out of your butt like pee, and just when you start wiping your butt your stomach gargles and splash, more poop runs out. This always happens after eating at K.F.C.


Bathroom Humor

Why did the elephant go in the mens room?
He wanted some nuts

When does Denzel Washington have to hang out with Rugrats?
Potty Training Day.

What did the poo say to the fart?
You blow me away.

Why did the toilet paper roll down the hill?
He wanted to get to the bottom.

If your American in the living room what are you in the bathroom?

Whats thirty feet long and smells like urine?
Line dancing at a nursing home.

Why couldn't the toilet paper cross the road?
It got stuck in a crack!

Why did the cop sit on the toilet?
To do his duty.

Why does the elephant bring toilet paper to the party?
Because he is a party pooper.

Why can't you hear a psychiatrist using the bathroom?
Because the "p" is silent.

What do you call a bathroom Superhero?
Flush Gordon.

Where do bees go to the bathroom?
At the BP station!

Why did the baby put pennies in his diaper?
It needed to be changed.

What did the kid say to the toilet?
Toilet, Did you order a number two because i have one ready for you.

Why won't blondes take their iPhones to the bathroom?
Because they don't want to give away their IP address!

What would you find in Superman's bathroom?

Why did the ant fall off the toilet seat?
Because he was pissed off.

What do you call a fairy using the toilet?
Stinker bell!

What do you sing after your girlfriend clogs up the toilet?
"Mop In The Name Of Love"

Why don't they have any toilet paper in KFC?
Because its finger licking good!

How did the blind women parents punish her?
They stuck a plunger in the toilet.

What do you get when you combine the Sham Wow and a Snuggie?
A reason to pee in your pants!

What do you get when you mix castor oil with holy water?
A religious movement.

Why doesn't Chuck Norris have to flush the toilet?
He scares the shit out of it!

Why did they install a toilet at the garbage heap?
Every one had to take a dump.

How many men does it take to wallpaper a bathroom?
One but you would have to slice him very thinly

What do you call a country where everyone is pissed?
A urination.

What did one toilet say to the other toilet?
You look flushed!

Yo mama so fat when she sat on the toilet it sang abcdefg get your fat butt off of me.

"Hi my name is Charmin and you must be the shit 'cause I want you all over me."

I love my toilet. We've been through a lot of shit together.

Poop Jokes are not my favorite but they are a solid #2

I had a nightmare where I couldn't wipe my ass. It was the shittiest dream ever.

On a scale of one to ten urinate.

Confucius says, "Man who dig for watch in toilet, bound to have shitty timing".

Knock Knock!
Who's there?
Urine Who?
URINEsecure don't know what for.

A wife sent her husband a romantic text message. She wrote:
"If you are sleeping, send me your dreams.
If you are laughing, send me your smile.
If you are eating, send me a bite.
If you are drinking, send me a sip.
If you ate crying, send me your tears.
I love you".
Her husband texted back:
" I'm in the toilet, please advise.

One guy is in love with a girl

He goes to the girl's father and says "I want to marry your daughter."

The father says "With the money you have you can't even pay for my daughter's toilet paper."

The guy say's, "Don't worry, i'm not going to marry a girl who is full of crap."

Bathroom Call
A drunk gets up from the bar and heads for the bathroom. A few minutes later, a loud, blood curdling scream is heard from the bathroom. A few minutes after that, another loud scream reverberates through the bar. The bartender goes into the bathroom to investigate why the drunk is screaming. "What's all the screaming about in there? You're scaring the customers!"
"I'm just sitting here on the toilet and every time I try to flush,something comes up and squeezes the hell out of my balls."
With that, the bartender opens the door, looks in and says... "You idiot!"
"You're sitting on the mop bucket!"

Musical Toilet
So there is a musical toilet and whoever sits on it,the toilet will sing you a song.
So the first guy, Bob, went in and came out and a guy, Larry, asked "What did it sing for you?" and Bob said "Amazing Grace"
And another guy, Sam, went in and came out and Larry asked "What did it sing for you?" and Sam said "Star Spangled Banner"
And another guy, Jerry, went in and came out but when he came out from sitting on the musical toilet he looked very embarrassed and Larry asked "What did it sing for you?"
And Jerry answered "Do you see what I see?"

Boy: Can I go to the bathroom?
Teacher: Only if you can say the alphabet
Boy: OK abcdefghijklmnoqrstuvwxyz
Teacher: Where's the p?
Boy: "Half way down my leg."

Womens Bathroom
This guy was on a plane and he really had to pee. He went to the back of the plane and there was a line for the men's room.  So, he asked a female to see if there was anyone in the ladies room. She responded no, go ahead in there but don't press any of the buttons. He said alright. he went to the bathroom, relieved. He saw the buttons and decided to push them anyway thinking "what could go wrong?" 

The first button he pushed was blue, he goes bbrrrrrr, that's cold having cold water spray into his ass hole. 

The second button was red and he goes "oh that feels really good. How come there aren't any buttons like these in the men's room?" 

The last button he pushed was a white button with the letters ATR on it. The next thing he knew he woke up in a hospital. 

He asked the nurse "why am I in the hospital?" she responded "because u hit the ATR button" laughing hysterically while she said it. 

He said "what's so funny? what does ATR mean?" 

She responded automatic tampon remover.

Toilet Paper Facts

About four billion people don't use toilet paper.

About 70% - 75 % of the world's population does not use toilet paper.

People in some parts of the world do not use toilet paper due to a lack of trees.

Some people don't use toilet paper because they can't afford it.

A lot of people would rather not spend money of fancy paper to wipe their behinds.

Water is the universal solvent, not paper.

Toilet paper has secondary uses such as nose care, removing makeup, covering toilet seats, packaging material, cleaning mirrors, cleaning glasses, etc.

Two-ply toilet paper consists of two layers of 10 thickness paper, one ply is made of a 13 thickness paper, and so, two-ply is not necessarily twice the thickness.

When comparing one-ply and two-ply on average one-ply toilet paper lasts twice as long. One-ply will also tend to break down faster in a septic system.

In an average household, the average roll of toilet paper lasts approximately five days. Consumers use approximately 8 - 9 sheets of paper per toilet use.

We use an average of 57 sheets of toilet paper a day!

The average roll weighs 227 grams (measurements: 4.5 inches by 4.5 inches per sheet)

Seven percent of Americans steal rolls of toilet paper in hotels or motels.

If you hang your toilet paper so you can pull it from the bottom, you're deemed to be more intelligent than someone who hangs their toilet paper and pulls it from the top.

It takes about 384 trees to make the toilet paper that one man uses within his lifetime.

The average person uses 100 rolls of toilet paper per year (over 20,000 sheets).

The daily production of toilet paper is about 83,048,116 rolls per day.

Toilet paper is often used for making dresses.

An average tree weighs 1,000 pounds which would yield 450 pounds of bleached chemical pulp, assuming a 90% converting yield, approximately 810 rolls of toilet paper would be produced from a single tree. (thanks to Don Guay)

In many countries you do not flush the paper.

Today, there is in-office machine, which turns used copier paper into toilet rolls, right there in the office.

Toilet paper was first patented in Albany (Small country in Europe)

Toilet Slang

Anyone knows at least 3 words to use in place of "toilet". Whether they're terms polite enough to say at the dining table, or coarse ones you'd never utter at a business meeting or a first date, everybody has an alternate word (or two) for that all-important loo.

Want to add to your list? Here are several slang expressions. Some may sound familiar to you, others foreign. But most, you might find amusing.

19 Funny Names for Toilets From A-Z

1. Bog

The term is short for "bog house", an 18th-century British English colloquial word for toilet. Originally "bog" was said to describe an open cesspit and the word was later used to refer to the outhouse connected to it.

2. Can

As everybody knows, a can stands for any receptacle used for garbage, or a bucket, or container for holding or carrying liquids.

3. Crapper

Crappe was a term from the 1400s referring to unwanted discards like weeds, corn husks, and icky residue from rendered fat. By the 19th century, "crapping" had become a slang and somewhat vulgar term in England to mean "defecating". And "crapper" was used to refer to chamber pots and toilets. The word gained popularity with the rising influence of Thomas Crapper, a 19th-century sanitary engineer and businessman who liked to invent things. He developed the ballcock, an improved tank-filling mechanism still used in toilets today.

4. Dunny

Dunny is an Australian word originating from the British dunnekin which means cesspit and dung-house. The dunny is now an informal word often used to refer to an outhouse in the Australian bush, usually with a rudimentary drop- or pit-style lavatory. The person whose unfortunate job is to empty the pan beneath the seat regularly is known as the "dunnyman".

5. The "Head"

In the 1400s the word "head" was being used in nautical language to refer to the front or bow of a ship or boat. Before long it came to be known as the lavatory which was usually found in the bow of a vessel. The earliest example of this usage is from A Cruising Voyage Round the World, a 1712 book by the English sea captain Woodes Rogers: "He begg'd to go into the Head to ease himself."

6. Honeypot

"Honeypot" is an obsolete word for a chamberpot or slop bucket. But in the 1940s it became a military slang for a makeshift toilet. A variant of this is "honey bucket", used especially in Canada and Alaska.

7. Hopper

The Dictionary of American Regional English says "toilet" is indeed one of the definitions for the word "hopper," especially in the Northeast. It may have gotten that reference during the early 1900s when passenger trains used to dispose of human waste straight onto the railroad tracks using what was known as drop chute toilets or hopper toilets.

8. The "Horse" in "To See a Man About A Horse"

"To see a man about a horse" is an English idiomatic expression signaling one's need to use the toilet. Usually it's used as a way to apologize for one's departure or temporary absence, which is a polite way of concealing his true purpose which is simply to go to the toilet. It's a variant of "to see a man about a dog".

9. House of Office

This was a common name for a standalone toilet in 17th century England.

10. The Jacks

British slang for toilet. In Tudor England a toilet was first referred to as "a jakes" in 1530. In modern Ireland the related term "jacks" is still used, and is a very common method of referring to the toilet.

11. John

"The John" is said to be named after Sir John Harrington, a 16th to 17th-century English writer who was very good at inventing things, including the improvements he did on the beginnings of Britain's first flushing toilet. While he didn't invent the flushing toilet himself, he was credited for the improvements he did so his name became associated with it from then on.

12. Khazi

"Khazi" is still heard in parts of England such as Liverpool, despite it being more associated with Cockney slang originating from London. Variants are spelled karzy, kharsie or carzey, from a Cockney word carsey meaning "toilet".

13. Kybo

This is a scouting term for an outhouse, and is said to be an acronym for either "Keep Your Bowels Open" or "Keep Your Bowels Operating".

14. Little House

In the 1500s the Welsh term "little house" was developed as a euphemism for a room or small building used as a toilet, especially one situated outside and without plumbing. Presumably a person left the big house to go outside to a smaller one to do their business.

15. Loo

A popular etymology for this word is that it came from gardy-loo, an Anglicized version of the French expression, guardez l'eau which means "watch out for the water". It was supposed to be a warning shouted by medieval servants before emptying their masters' chamber pots from an upper-story window onto the filthy street below.

16. Netty

This is a Northeastern English expression for an outside toilet, said to be a shortened version of the word "necessity". It could also be short for the Italian word gabbinetti, meaning "cabinet", since a toilet there is referred to as il gabinetti di decenza or "the cabinet of decency".

17. Porcelain Throne

It's simply the "royal way" of referring to a toilet. It comes from the porcelain material used to make toilets and the royal seat a king or queen sits on. The standalone "throne" was already a euphemism as early as the time of King Louis XIV, who often attended to royal business from his toilet, considering it a convenient alternative to his usual throne. Click here to find out why toilets are made of porcelain.

18. Privy

"Privy" comes from the Old French prive, which means "intimate friendly" and "a private place." In Northern England and Scotland it is commonly used to refer to a latrine, while in North America it usually refers to an outhouse.

19. Thunderbox

Thunderbox is a portable commode, possibly named after the booming sounds and action emanating from there. Historically it's an English and Australian word referring to the stool enclosing a chamber pot found in simple outhouses.

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Toilet Parts

A flushing toilet is one of the simpler mechanical devices around your home, operating fairly flawlessly using a system that has no motors, requires no electricity (usually). It's a system that has been largely unchanged for centuries. Today's toilets may cosmetically look different from the first flushing toilet patented by Joseph Bramah of Yorkshire, England in 1778, but the operation is remarkably the same.

Yet despite its inherent simplicity, the actual operation of a flush toilet remains a mystery to many people, possibly because most of the magic occurs inside the porcelain tank, beneath a lid that rarely comes off.

Understanding the parts of your toilet and how they work can help you understand and address problems when they arise. With a bit of knowledge, you'll find that many problems can be solved rather easily without calling a plumber at all.

Touring the Toilet

Begin simply by removing the lid of your toilet, setting it carefully aside, and closely examining the parts inside the tank. In the standard flush toilet - the type found in well over 95 percent of all homes - the parts will all be similar.

Handle and Flush Rod

The handle and flush rod are the parts that initiate the flush. As you study the handle, you'll see that it's attached to a horizontal rod that connects to a chain or wire. Toilet handles sometimes loosen, and the fix is usually simple to tighten the plastic or metal mounting nut located inside the tank. Be aware that this nut is threaded the opposite way from the way normal nuts are threaded. You tighten it on the handle tailpiece by turning the nut counterclockwise.

Lift Chain (Lift Wires)

Extending out horizontally from the handle, a lift rod is connected to a chain that descends vertically to the bottom of the tank. This is the mechanism by which the flush valve at the bottom of the tank is opened to let the water flush down into the toilet bowl. A common problem with the lift chain is when it gets tangled or broken. When your toilet doesn't flush at all, or when it flushes incompletely, the problem is very often with a lift chain that is broken or needs adjusting.

Flapper (Tank Ball)

The lift chain operates a rubber flapper that rests against the flush valve opening. (In older toilets, this may be a tank ball, instead.) You may not be able to clearly see the flapper with water in the tank, but its operation will become clear when you flush the toilet and watch the action. The flapper is operated when the toilet handle and lift chain, lift it off the flush valve to allow the stored water in the tank to rush down into the bowl. Flappers eventually wear out or become misaligned, which can allow water to keep leaking down into the toilet bowl after the flush. A "running toilet" can often be traced to a faulty flapper.

Flush Valve

This is the plastic or metal part sitting at the bottom of the tank, forming the opening through which water drops out of the tank and into the toilet bowl when a flush is initiated. The flush valve is usually connected to the vertical overflow tube as part of one-piece construction. A large soft O-ring seal fits around the flush valve tailpiece below the tank, sealing and cushioning the joint between the tank and the bowl unit.

Overflow Tube

Attached to the flush valve assembly, the overflow tube offers a safety measure to prevent water in the tank from overflowing should the water supply valve fail to shut off. Excess water will spill over the top of the overflow tube and down into the toilet bowl. A "running" toilet can be a sign that the water level in a toilet is too high.

Shutoff Valve

Outside the toilet, on the water supply pipe that brings cold water to the toilet, there should be a fixture shutoff valve near the floor. Usually, this is on the left side of the toilet, beneath the tank. This fixture shutoff valve allows you to shut off water to the toilet when you need to make repairs. Not all toilets have shutoff valves, but it is a good idea to install them. Over time, shutoff valves can fail, so replacing one is a fairly common DIY project.

Supply Tube

Running from the shutoff valve to the water supply tailpiece on the bottom of the toilet tank is a vinyl, plastic, or steel mesh supply tube. These tubes are generally pretty trouble-free, but they can fail when they get old, or if the connections loosen.

Water Supply Valve (Ballcock)

Back inside the tank, the water supply valve, often known as the ballcock, is a vertical assembly, usually mounted on the left side of the tank. This is the focus of the toilet system, the part that opens the fresh water supply to refill the tank at the end of the flush cycle and closes again to shut off the water when it reaches the proper level in the tank. The supply valve is the place where many toilet problems originate, and replacing one when it fails is a very common project.

Float Cup (Float Ball)

All supply valves have some kind of float device that serves to sense the water level in the tank and shut off the water supply valve when the proper level is reached. In older toilets, this may be a floating ball attached to a horizontal pivot arm running from the supply valve (see diagram above). In newer toilets, the float device is usually a float cup that is attached to the vertical shaft of the supply valve. Adjusting the float device is what allows you to adjust the water level in the tank.

Refill Tube

Running from the water supply valve you will see a small flexible tube that clips to the top of the overflow tube in the center of the tank. This is the refill tube, and its purpose is to send a small trickle of water down into the toilet bowl during the refill cycle. This serves to replenish the standing water level in the bowl, which is essential for keeping the bowl trap sealed against sewer gases.

Toilet Bowl

This, of course, is where the "action" occurs. But what most people don't see is that toilet bowl unit bolted to the floor has an internal curved trap structure that works just like a sink drain trap. The internal trap serves to hold standing water and prevent sewer gases from rising up into the home. The water you see in the bowl is actually the top mouth of the toilet's drain trap configuration. The trap is the place where that most common toilet problem of all occurs - drain clogs. If you tackle no other toilet repair, you almost certainly will deal with a clog at some point.

Wax Seal (Wax Ring) Hidden from sight beneath the toilet, there is a soft wax ring that seals the connection between the bottom of the toilet (the horn) and the drain opening in the floor. This wax seal creates an airtight and water-tight seal between the toilet and sewer line. When it fails, you may notice water seeping out around the base of the toilet during a flush. Replacing a wax ring can be a somewhat messy job, but sooner or later, most toilets will need a new one.

How Your Toilet Flushes

If you watch inside the toilet tank with the lid removed during a flush cycle, you'll get a clear understanding of how the system works and where problems can occur.

Pushing or pulling the handle lever operates a lift chain that lifts the flapper away from the flush valve opening. This starts the rush of water out of the tank down into the toilet bowl.

The water in the bowl, along with its waste contents, is siphoned through the bowl's integrated trap and into the home's drain system.

When the tank is empty, the flapper falls back into place in the flush valve opening.

As the float cup or float ball drops in the tank, the water supply valve is opened, and freshwater begins to flow. Most of this water refills the tank, but a small amount is delivered back into the toilet bowl, through the refill tube and overflow tube.

Once the float cup or float ball riding on the water level reaches the proper height in the tank, it shuts off the water supply valve. The toilet is now ready for the next flush.

You now have a clear understanding of your toilet's parts and their function. When problems occur, you'll likely know exactly where to look.

Types of Toilets

You may be surprised, but there are actually several toilet types in the industry. They are all different in terms of shape, size, structure, functionality and sanitation. These types of toilets also vary in cost and efficiency so it is a great advantage if you are knowledgeable about them to perfectly choose the best toilet styles for your home.

Today, we will go explore all these different toilet types with their shapes, functions and unique specifications. Are you ready? OK, let's go.

The Best Toilet Types In The Industry

1. Flushing Toilet

A simple explanation would be if you push a button or pull a trigger, there is water running down the pipeline. Then you have a flushing toilet. The other significant character of a flushing toilet would be the "S, P, U, J" shape of trapway.

In modern society, if there's a toilet available, it is probably a flushing toilet. Even in countries like China or Vietnam, you could lay your butt on a squatting flushing toilet. The opposite of the flushing toilet is the "dry" toilet, which is obviously waterless and has a peculiar way of disposing and sanitation process.

There are different flushing toilet types though and each has its trademark respective of power and performance. There are tornado flush, cyclone flush and G-max flush to name a few.

These are all trademarks from different brands and are really endearing to consumers especially if they are super powerful and quiet at the same time.

2. One-Piece Toilet

This is the one of the toilet styles where the toilet's tank is connected to the bowl, making the whole toilet one unit of ceramic.

The clear advantages of these toilet types is that the size of the water tank is typically smaller and there is no crevice in the middle, so it is easy to clean.

Most of the time, buying a one-piece toilet comes with a toilet seat, and thus it's not a problem. The only drawback would probably be the money, but it is well worth it.

The other great thing about one-piece toilets are its shorter breadth from the wall and you need not worry about putting the tank together with the bowl and seat. The only installation process is mounting the toilet properly with the drain on the floor and the water supply on the wall.

3. Two-Piece Toilet

This is probably one of the most common types of toilets that is spreading across the continent. Opposite to the one-piece toilet, the water tank and the bowl are separated, and thus the tank has a larger volume to store water.

Although nowadays people tend to go for a one-piece toilet, the two-piece toilet has its strengths. The greatest factor is the durability and TOTO Drake II, for example, is one of the toilet types that can last for decades.

There are also other types of toilets that are durable, but the two-piece toilet is easy to repair and replace parts. The only thing you really need to be careful with is which brand you choose.

4. Upflush Toilet

One great example for these toilet types is this smart design toilet by Saniflo. What makes upflush toilets unique is that along with the technology of Saniflo, you can install a toilet in any place you like in your house, because you don't need a drain line beside it.

And the best part of these toilet types is that you don't need to break a large hole in your floor, and it is fully mobile.

So far, the upflush toilet and the Saniplus system are amazing. With some rare exceptions, there is a callback to check some minor problems like a clogging pipe or wobbly toilet seat.

5. Small Compact Toilets

These types of toilets are designed to fit in small bathrooms. Due to their small compact designs, they are perfect if you want to save space or are just struggling to fit a loo in there.

They usually include wall-mounted toilets, toilets with no tank or just small in size. These types of toilets are great for tiny houses, RV, motorhomes and marine boats.

Now you have more space in your bathroom to give room for cabinets, plants or weird stuffs you don't want the entire household to know about.

6. Corner Toilet

Best-American-Standard-toilet-270BD001.020-Cadet-3-Right-Height-Round-Front-Two-Piece-Triangle-Toilet-with-12-Inch-Rough-In-White These toilet types are often called a triangle toilet, and the reason for this is evident because the water tank is the shape of a triangle and thus it can comfortably fit into the corner.

The clearest plus point of corner toilets is that it can squeeze right into a tight space. However, these toilet types look bizarre for some people and are rarely bought unless there is a need for more space and design restrictions.

The most significant point is that it is hard to find toilet styles with the right setting for a corner set without blocking anyone's path. Think twice before making your move on this one though.

7. Wall Mounted Toilet

Well, here comes a peculiar and sought-after toilet types. Most of the time, when speaking of a wall-mounted toilet, we are generally referring to the bowl being attached to the wall, and it is elevated not touching the floor. The nicest part of these toilet types is that it appears to be tankless.

However, it is not literally without a tank. The tank is actually hidden inside the wall. Imagine it -- a toilet without a tank, with only a bowl hanging on the wall. It makes the cleaning process so much easier and you never have to worry about leaking problems from the tank.

That being said, if you want to switch from normal toilets to different toilets like a wall-hung one, the process can often be a pain in the ass. You need a little help with plumbing and installing it to make sure it is stable and immovable.

8. Square Toilet

The shape of the square toilet seat is closer to a rectangle than square, and square toilets are one of the different toilets you rarely see. It is claimed that these types of toilets have a bigger bowl to catch more waste. However, the downside of these toilet types would be the difficulty in accessing the replacement parts and it is quite uncomfortable to sit on.

The only reason I could think as to why people would install one in their house, is probably for aesthetic reasons. Square toilets are uncommon and it can be a theme of its own. If you are thinking about weirdly different toilets in your interior, a square toilet could fit into the unusual design.

9. Elongated Toilet

Also seen as an oval shape, it is believed that this sort of shape fits your butt the best. The benefit of these types of toilets is that it is more comfortable for adults. Thus, this is more patronized by consumers and is more popular than its round counterpart which is the round toilet.

Sometimes people say elongated toilets take more space than other types of bowls, but often, this isn't necessary. And generally, the elongated toilet styles has a larger pipeline than other types of toilets.

The large bowl and water surface is good for catching all the mess. However, a little drawback of this will probably be that the feces sometimes leave a mess on the little hill of the elongated part.

10. Round Bowl Toilet

Aside from its cute shape, the best part of the round bowl toilet is the size. It is advisable though that you choose these types of toilets only when necessary because the difference of its length is only a few inches compared with the elongated toilet seat.

The round toilet's flushing power in comparison to the elongated toilet is lesser. However, the round toilet is more preferable especially in places like a powder room or when you need an extra toilet in the garden or pool area.

11. Tankless Toilet

Wait, how does a toilet without a tank work? Well, these types of toilets are linked straight to the pipe, and when the water is rushing down the pipe, the tankless toilet's bowl has an electric pump to make the flush powerful.

Tankless toilets usually have a wider pipe compared to other types of toilets, and it is because the bowl needs a higher volume of water to make a clear flush.

The benefit of these toilet types is the contemporary design, and the size is much smaller. However, the installation is sometimes complicated and if the battery is dead, the toilet can't flush.

There are mechanically designed tankless toilets though that do not need an electric pump but it is not going to be as clean as a powerful flush and you would need a lot of water to push the waste down the pipe.

12. Composting Toilet

The term "composting toilet" has a different definition in different countries, but the term loosely means a toilet without water washing away your dump. Maybe calling these types of toilet a "dry" toilet would be a better way to put it.

Human waste isn't suitable for composting, especially when you mix urine and feces together, but most of the composting toilets use bulking materials to absorb the moisture. Namely sawdust, wood chips and so on.

Some composting toilets also have a separate tube for the urine and it does not mix with the solid wastes that goes into the layers of compost. This is to ensure there is less odor and the urine does not mess up the oxidation and decomposition of the solid materials.

13. Portable Toilet

Well, if you're reading this, you probably own a flushing toilet, and you probably need a portable toilet for hiking or camping. These toilet styles are as obvious as the name itself. A portable toilet is one of those types of toilets that can be moved easily. You can see these toilet styles in festivals or building sites to provide sanitary ware.

While most of the time when people talk about portable toilets, they immediately think of a box shaped like a telephone booth. However, the one made for households is shaped more like a box.

Basically, you can carry the box around in places like mountains, rivers, or even boats, because clearly, you shouldn't make your mark in nature, and thus these toilet types provide a great solution.

14. Pressure- Assisted Toilet

Usually these toilet styles are more common for the commercial use of restaurants, but it is also starting to get more attention in residential areas.

The function of pressure-assist toilets is that when the water pumps into the valve, it creates air-pressure in the chamber. And when the flush button is pressed down , it releases the pressure.

The positive aspect of these toilet types is it flushes efficiently and makes the bowl cleaner, but the downside of the pressure-assist toilet is that it is noisy and costs more compared to normal gravity flush system toilets.

15. Gravity Toilet

Almost all these different toilets are using gravity to flush down their waste. Basically, when you press the flushing handle or button, a lift chain linked to the flush lever inside the tank lifts up the flapper valve and the water rushes down.

When the water level in the tank goes down, so does the float boat, and thus activating the flush valve, which results in water pouring into the tank. After the water fills the container, the cycle begins again when the trigger is pulled.

16. Touchless Toilet

Oh yeah, that's right baby, we've finally entered the future. Touchless toilets are those types of toilets where you don't have to touch the handle or the flush button to open the water valve. Sounds amazing, right? But in reality, almost every dual flush toilet could switch to touchless toilets.

Most big name brands like Kohler or American Standard sell something like a "touchless toilet flush kit" which means you could modify your own toilet's flush button into a sensor and when it detects movement, the valve will automatically open itself. Pretty cool huh?

One of those toilet styles that you can consider touchless are smart toilets. They already have sensors that flushes the toilet when you stand up so you do not have to lift a finger. They are expensive though and these types of toilets are tackled in the succeeding sub-topics below.

17. Pull Chain Toilet

Wait, do people still use these types of toilets? This is quite medieval and obsolete but let yourself be acquainted to it anyways.

The principle behind the pull chain toilet types is clearly gravity, while the water tank is placed above the bowl when someone pulls the chain and triggers the valve to open, the water flushes down and washes away the waste.

The well-known manufacturer for these toilet types is Signature Hardware, and the price of pull chain toilet in comparison to other kinds of toilets is relatively high.

The benefit that come to mind is it usually does not need maintenance, but on the other hand, it is a hassle to install these toilet styles.

18. Water- Saving Toilet

The term "water-saving" is somehow a myth. But the efficiency of different toilets that lessen the use of water is what makes it water-saving.

As technology evolves through time, the amount of water used per flush is reducing. 10 or 20 years ago we had toilets that used 3 gallons per flush. Now we have types of toilets that can use 0.8 to 1 gallon per flush or even a bit lesser than that.

Recently the amount decreased to 1.6 gallons and hopefully, in the future we're all going to see 0.8 gallons per flush. That being said, some countries, namely the USA, have a certification of types of toilets that are water-efficient, such as WaterSense.

So, if you are confused about how to trim your water bill, pick WaterSense certified toilet types and you will surely be glad you did.

19. Dual Flush Toilet

If your toilets have a circle divided into two buttons, then you probably own a dual flush toilet. Much to my surprise, these toilet types first appeared in 1980 by a sanitary ware factory staff, and from then on, dual flush toilets have spread across the world.

The double flush system relies on the siphon to do the trick, which means it has two water hole located on high and low. The dual flush is used for waste or your liquid waste, and usually, the water usage stands at 1.6 gallons or 0.8 gallons respectively.

While the benefits are obvious like water-efficiency and performance, the drawback is the cost higher than other types of toilets.

20. Comfort Height

The regular toilets usually stand at 15 inches, and the market considers 17 to 19 inches to be the most comfortable height to rest your legs when sitting down. Well, to be honest, it is more like an advertisement slogan. The most comfort height toilet for a person should depend on the person's height.

Also, if you are buying a toilet for your house, remember to take your kids or elderly into consideration. Plus if there is someone in your family using a wheelchair, 17 to 19 inches of toilet bowl height is probably not the best choice.

The US has a certification for height friendliness especially for people with disabilities. Look for ADA compliant toilet types and surely the seat height is safe and comfortable. ADA stands for American with Disabilities Act penned and published by the Department of Justice in September 2010.

21. Expensive Toilet

How expensive can a toilet be? Well, very. I'm not saying some toilet types are built out of gold or precious metal. I'm talking about toilet styles that are produced by legit brands like TOTO or Kohler.

These types of toilets have such high prices for a good reason, and the primary one is that it provides a luxury experience. However, to be completely honest with you, I don't think you should throw your cash on this. Come on. You can spend such money on anything but a computerized toilet.

So how expensive can a toilet be? Some can be over 5,000 dollars and some even go as high as 60,000 dollars. But they are for vanity and some are just really impractical.

Why are they expensive? Well, these are smart toilets that are really state-of-the-art when it comes to technology that the user does not even have to do anything. You just have to sit down and stand up and you are good to go.

Some are artsy toilet styles that are hand painted by famous artists and some are gold plated or colored lavishly to fit the theme of the home's interior. They are also paired with the features of a smart toilet so they seem to be custom-built for the elite.

Which Types of Toilet Are Good For You?

A myriad of factors are to be considered when considering the types of toilets that are perfect for you and your home. You have to think about your location, your mode of sanitation, plumbing system, size of washroom, style of your home, the frequent users of the toilet, the efficiency of these different toilets and of course the cost that fits your budget.

Go over each one above again and again and see which types of toilets suit you best. But if you are tired of all the brands and stuff, check out the review on our site about the best toilet styles out on the market.

Good luck on your lucky pick. Live comfortably and stay clean.




About TP

Toileteas Papyrus (TP) Barnum, was born August 26, 19somethingsomething to John and LooLoo Barnum in Green Bay, Wisconsin. TP is the Great Great Grandson to the World Famous PT Barnum, who coined the phrase "There's a sucker born every minute". Green Bay, famous for it's Green Bay Packers (Go Pack Go) is also known as the Toilet Paper Capital of the World. America's Dairyland is the nation's No. 1 toilet paper manufacturer, rolling out $13.8 billion in products annually and employing 30,000 people.

His Early Years

When TP was a little stinker, his dad would bring home extra soft rolls of TP from the factory for him and his friends to play with. Even though they thought TP was a little square and he was the butt of many jokes, they still would make all kinds of toys from the TP. He and his friends once built a treehouse and were the only ones in the state to having an actual working crapper.

On this 10th birthday, he requested a special Toilet Paper Cake. No, it was not actually made out of toilet paper, silly. But it still looked cool and tasted delicious.

Toilet Paper in his Blood

When TP was only 18, he was employed at the local Toilet Paper Factory ShitBeGone. He worked his way thru the pipe line doing all kinds of crap jobs and eventually worked his way up and became the factories main toilet paper tester. He would spend hours and hours on the test toilet ensure the quality.

Marriage and Children

TP married his high school sweet heart Pooppy in a church on the rolling his of Menasha. After the honeymoon, he was said to have looked flushed in the face and wiped out. Shortly after, the Barnum's rolled out two kids - Rolly and Logan.

The Greatest Giveaway

As TP got older, he decided to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and create one of the Greatest Giveaways on Earth, known today as the Toilet Paper Giveaway. He continues to spread joy and wipe tears from eyes.

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Toilet Paper Giveaway also collects potentially personally-identifying information like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for logged in users and for users leaving comments on Toilet Paper blogs/sites. Toilet Paper Giveaway only discloses logged in user and commenter IP addresses under the same circumstances that it uses and discloses personally-identifying information as described below, except that commenter IP addresses and email addresses are visible and disclosed to the administrators of the blog/site where the comment was left.

Gathering of Personally-Identifying Information
Certain visitors to Toilet Paper Giveaway's websites choose to interact with Toilet Paper Giveaway in ways that require Toilet Paper Giveaway to gather personally-identifying information. The amount and type of information that Toilet Paper Giveaway gathers depends on the nature of the interaction. For example, we ask visitors who sign up at Toilet Paper to provide a username and email address. Those who engage in transactions with Toilet Paper Giveaway are asked to provide additional information, including as necessary the personal and financial information required to process those transactions. In each case, Toilet Paper Giveaway collects such information only insofar as is necessary or appropriate to fulfill the purpose of the visitor's interaction with Toilet Paper Giveaway. Toilet Paper Giveaway does not disclose personally-identifying information other than as described below. And visitors can always refuse to supply personally-identifying information, with the caveat that it may prevent them from engaging in certain website-related activities.

Aggregated Statistics
Toilet Paper Giveaway may collect statistics about the behavior of visitors to its websites. Toilet Paper Giveaway may display this information publicly or provide it to others. However, Toilet Paper Giveaway does not disclose personally-identifying information other than as described below.

Protection of Certain Personally-Identifying Information
Toilet Paper Giveaway discloses potentially personally-identifying and personally-identifying information only to those of its employees, contractors and affiliated organizations that (i) need to know that information in order to process it on Toilet Paper Giveaway's behalf or to provide services available at Toilet Paper Giveaway's websites, and (ii) that have agreed not to disclose it to others. Some of those employees, contractors and affiliated organizations may be located outside of your home country; by using Toilet Paper Giveaway's websites, you consent to the transfer of such information to them. Toilet Paper Giveaway will not rent or sell potentially personally-identifying and personally-identifying information to anyone. Other than to its employees, contractors and affiliated organizations, as described above, Toilet Paper Giveaway discloses potentially personally-identifying and personally-identifying information only in response to a subpoena, court order or other governmental request, or when Toilet Paper Giveaway believes in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of Toilet Paper Giveaway, third parties or the public at large. If you are a registered user of an Toilet Paper Giveaway website and have supplied your email address, Toilet Paper Giveaway may occasionally send you an email to tell you about new features, solicit your feedback, or just keep you up to date with what's going on with Toilet Paper Giveaway and our products. If you send us a request (for example via email or via one of our feedback mechanisms), we reserve the right to publish it in order to help us clarify or respond to your request or to help us support other users. Toilet Paper Giveaway takes all measures reasonably necessary to protect against the unauthorized access, use, alteration or destruction of potentially personally-identifying and personally-identifying information.

A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor's computer, and that the visitor's browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns. Toilet Paper Giveaway uses cookies to help Toilet Paper Giveaway identify and track visitors, their usage of Toilet Paper Giveaway website, and their website access preferences. Toilet Paper Giveaway visitors who do not wish to have cookies placed on their computers should set their browsers to refuse cookies before using Toilet Paper Giveaway's websites, with the drawback that certain features of Toilet Paper Giveaway's websites may not function properly without the aid of cookies.

Business Transfers
If Toilet Paper Giveaway, or substantially all of its assets, were acquired, or in the unlikely event that Toilet Paper Giveaway goes out of business or enters bankruptcy, user information would be one of the assets that is transferred or acquired by a third party. You acknowledge that such transfers may occur, and that any acquirer of Toilet Paper Giveaway may continue to use your personal information as set forth in this policy.

Ads appearing on any of our websites may be delivered to users by advertising partners, who may set cookies. These cookies allow the ad server to recognize your computer each time they send you an online advertisement to compile information about you or others who use your computer. This information allows ad networks to, among other things, deliver targeted advertisements that they believe will be of most interest to you. This Privacy Policy covers the use of cookies by Toilet Paper Giveaway and does not cover the use of cookies by any advertisers.

Privacy Policy Changes
Although most changes are likely to be minor, Toilet Paper Giveaway may change its Privacy Policy from time to time, and in Toilet Paper Giveaway's sole discretion. Toilet Paper Giveaway encourages visitors to frequently check this page for any changes to its Privacy Policy. If you have a Toilet Paper account, you might also receive an alert informing you of these changes. Your continued use of this site after any change in this Privacy Policy will constitute your acceptance of such changeee.




Terms of Use

The following terms and conditions govern all use of the website and all content, services and products available at or through the website (taken together, the Website). The Website is owned and operated by Toilet Paper ("Toilet Paper Giveaway"). The Website is offered subject to your acceptance without modification of all of the terms and conditions contained herein and all other operating rules, policies (including, without limitation, Toilet Paper Giveaway's Privacy Policy) and procedures that may be published from time to time on this Site by Toilet Paper Giveaway (collectively, the "Agreement").

Please read this Agreement carefully before accessing or using the Website. By accessing or using any part of the web site, you agree to become bound by the terms and conditions of this agreement. If you do not agree to all the terms and conditions of this agreement, then you may not access the Website or use any services. If these terms and conditions are considered an offer by Toilet Paper Giveaway, acceptance is expressly limited to these terms. The Website is available only to individuals who are at least 18 years old and live in the United States.

Your Toilet Paper Account and Site.
If you create a blog/site on the Website, you are responsible for maintaining the security of your account and blog, and you are fully responsible for all activities that occur under the account and any other actions taken in connection with the blog. You must not describe or assign keywords to your blog in a misleading or unlawful manner, including in a manner intended to trade on the name or reputation of others, and Toilet Paper Giveaway may change or remove any description or keyword that it considers inappropriate or unlawful, or otherwise likely to cause Toilet Paper Giveaway liability. You must immediately notify Toilet Paper Giveaway of any unauthorized uses of your blog, your account or any other breaches of security. Toilet Paper Giveaway will not be liable for any acts or omissions by You, including any damages of any kind incurred as a result of such acts or omissions.

Responsibility of Contributors.
If you operate a blog, comment on a blog, post material to the Website, post links on the Website, or otherwise make (or allow any third party to make) material available by means of the Website (any such material, "Content"), You are entirely responsible for the content of, and any harm resulting from, that Content. That is the case regardless of whether the Content in question constitutes text, graphics, an audio file, or computer software. By making Content available, you represent and warrant that:

The downloading, copying and use of the Content will not infringe the proprietary rights, including but not limited to the copyright, patent, trademark or trade secret rights, of any third party;

if your employer has rights to intellectual property you create, you have either (i) received permission from your employer to post or make available the Content, including but not limited to any software, or (ii) secured from your employer a waiver as to all rights in or to the Content;

you have fully complied with any third-party licenses relating to the Content, and have done all things necessary to successfully pass through to end users any required terms;

the Content does not contain or install any viruses, worms, malware, Trojan horses or other harmful or destructive content;

the Content is not spam, is not machine- or randomly-generated, and does not contain unethical or unwanted commercial content designed to drive traffic to third party sites or boost the search engine rankings of third party sites, or to further unlawful acts (such as phishing) or mislead recipients as to the source of the material (such as spoofing);

the Content is not pornographic, does not contain threats or incite violence towards individuals or entities, and does not violate the privacy or publicity rights of any third party;

your blog is not getting advertised via unwanted electronic messages such as spam links on newsgroups, email lists, other blogs and web sites, and similar unsolicited promotional methods;

your blog is not named in a manner that misleads your readers into thinking that you are another person or company. For example, your blog's URL or name is not the name of a person other than yourself or company other than your own;

and you have, in the case of Content that includes computer code, accurately categorized and/or described the type, nature, uses and effects of the materials, whether requested to do so by Toilet Paper Giveaway or otherwise.

By submitting Content to Toilet Paper Giveaway for inclusion on your Website, you grant Toilet Paper Giveaway a world-wide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt and publish the Content solely for the purpose of displaying, distributing and promoting your blog. If you delete Content, Toilet Paper Giveaway will use reasonable efforts to remove it from the Website, but you acknowledge that caching or references to the Content may not be made immediately unavailable.

Without limiting any of those representations or warranties, Toilet Paper Giveaway has the right (though not the obligation) to, in Toilet Paper Giveaway's sole discretion (i) refuse or remove any content that, in Toilet Paper Giveaway's reasonable opinion, violates any Toilet Paper Giveaway policy or is in any way harmful or objectionable, or (ii) terminate or deny access to and use of the Website to any individual or entity for any reason, in Toilet Paper Giveaway's sole discretion. Toilet Paper Giveaway will have no obligation to provide a refund of any amounts previously paid.

If your service includes access to priority email support. "Email support" means the ability to make requests for technical support assistance by email at any time (with reasonable efforts by Toilet Paper Giveaway to respond within one business day) concerning the use of the VIP Services. "Priority" means that support takes priority over support for users of the standard or free Toilet Paper services. All support will be provided in accordance with Toilet Paper Giveaway standard services practices, procedures and policies.

Responsibility of Website Visitors.
Toilet Paper Giveaway has not reviewed, and cannot review, all of the material, including computer software, posted to the Website, and cannot therefore be responsible for that material's content, use or effects. By operating the Website, Toilet Paper Giveaway does not represent or imply that it endorses the material there posted, or that it believes such material to be accurate, useful or non-harmful. You are responsible for taking precautions as necessary to protect yourself and your computer systems from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other harmful or destructive content. The Website may contain content that is offensive, indecent, or otherwise objectionable, as well as content containing technical inaccuracies, typographical mistakes, and other errors. The Website may also contain material that violates the privacy or publicity rights, or infringes the intellectual property and other proprietary rights, of third parties, or the downloading, copying or use of which is subject to additional terms and conditions, stated or unstated. Toilet Paper Giveaway disclaims any responsibility for any harm resulting from the use by visitors of the Website, or from any downloading by those visitors of content there posted.

Content Posted on Other Websites.
We have not reviewed, and cannot review, all of the material, including computer software, made available through the websites and webpages to which Toilet Paper links, and that link to Toilet Paper Toilet Paper Giveaway does not have any control over those non-Toilet Paper Giveaway websites and webpages, and is not responsible for their contents or their use. By linking to a non-Toilet Paper Giveaway website or webpage, Toilet Paper Giveaway does not represent or imply that it endorses such website or webpage. You are responsible for taking precautions as necessary to protect yourself and your computer systems from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other harmful or destructive content. Toilet Paper Giveaway disclaims any responsibility for any harm resulting from your use of non-Toilet Paper Giveaway websites and webpages.

Copyright Infringement and DMCA Policy.
As Toilet Paper Giveaway asks others to respect its intellectual property rights, it respects the intellectual property rights of others. If you believe that material located on or linked to by Toilet Paper violates your copyright, you are encouraged to notify Toilet Paper Giveaway in accordance with Toilet Paper Giveaway's Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") Policy. Toilet Paper Giveaway will respond to all such notices, including as required or appropriate by removing the infringing material or disabling all links to the infringing material. Toilet Paper Giveaway will terminate a visitor's access to and use of the Website if, under appropriate circumstances, the visitor is determined to be a repeat infringer of the copyrights or other intellectual property rights of Toilet Paper Giveaway or others. In the case of such termination, Toilet Paper Giveaway will have no obligation to provide a refund of any amounts previously paid to Toilet Paper Giveaway.

Intellectual Property.
This Agreement does not transfer from Toilet Paper Giveaway to you any Toilet Paper Giveaway or third party intellectual property, and all right, title and interest in and to such property will remain (as between the parties) solely with Toilet Paper Giveaway. Toilet Paper Giveaway, Toilet Paper, the Toilet Paper logo, and all other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos used in connection with Toilet Paper, or the Website are trademarks or registered trademarks of Toilet Paper Giveaway or Toilet Paper Giveaway's licensors. Other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos used in connection with the Website may be the trademarks of other third parties. Your use of the Website grants you no right or license to reproduce or otherwise use any Toilet Paper Giveaway or third-party trademarks.

Toilet Paper Giveaway reserves the right to display advertisements on your blog unless you have purchased an ad-free account.

Toilet Paper Giveaway reserves the right to display attribution links such as 'Blog at Toilet Paper,' theme author, and font attribution in your blog footer or toolbar.

Partner Products.
By activating a partner product (e.g. theme) from one of our partners, you agree to that partner's terms of service. You can opt out of their terms of service at any time by de-activating the partner product.

Domain Names.
If you are registering a domain name, using or transferring a previously registered domain name, you acknowledge and agree that use of the domain name is also subject to the policies of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ("ICANN"), including their Registration Rights and Responsibilities.

Toilet Paper Giveaway reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify or replace any part of this Agreement. It is your responsibility to check this Agreement periodically for changes. Your continued use of or access to the Website following the posting of any changes to this Agreement constitutes acceptance of those changes. Toilet Paper Giveaway may also, in the future, offer new services and/or features through the Website (including, the release of new tools and resources). Such new features and/or services shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

Toilet Paper Giveaway may terminate your access to all or any part of the Website at any time, with or without cause, with or without notice, effective immediately. If you wish to terminate this Agreement or your Toilet Paper account (if you have one), you may simply discontinue using the Website. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if you have a paid services account, such account can only be terminated by Toilet Paper Giveaway if you materially breach this Agreement and fail to cure such breach within thirty (30) days from Toilet Paper Giveaway's notice to you thereof; provided that, Toilet Paper Giveaway can terminate the Website immediately as part of a general shut down of our service. All provisions of this Agreement which by their nature should survive termination shall survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity and limitations of liability.

Disclaimer of Warranties.
The Website is provided "as is". Toilet Paper Giveaway and its suppliers and licensors hereby disclaim all warranties of any kind, express or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. Neither Toilet Paper Giveaway nor its suppliers and licensors, makes any warranty that the Website will be error free or that access thereto will be continuous or uninterrupted. You understand that you download from, or otherwise obtain content or services through, the Website at your own discretion and risk.

Limitation of Liability.
In no event will Toilet Paper Giveaway, or its suppliers or licensors, be liable with respect to any subject matter of this agreement under any contract, negligence, strict liability or other legal or equitable theory for: (i) any special, incidental or consequential damages; (ii) the cost of procurement for substitute products or services; (iii) for interruption of use or loss or corruption of data; or (iv) for any amounts that exceed the fees paid by you to Toilet Paper Giveaway under this agreement during the twelve (12) month period prior to the cause of action. Toilet Paper Giveaway shall have no liability for any failure or delay due to matters beyond their reasonable control. The foregoing shall not apply to the extent prohibited by applicable law.

General Representation and Warranty.
You represent and warrant that (i) your use of the Website will be in strict accordance with the Toilet Paper Giveaway Privacy Policy, with this Agreement and with all applicable laws and regulations (including without limitation any local laws or regulations in your country, state, city, or other governmental area, regarding online conduct and acceptable content, and including all applicable laws regarding the transmission of technical data exported from the United States or the country in which you reside) and (ii) your use of the Website will not infringe or misappropriate the intellectual property rights of any third party.

You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Toilet Paper Giveaway, its contractors, and its licensors, and their respective directors, officers, employees and agents from and against any and all claims and expenses, including attorneys' fees, arising out of your use of the Website, including but not limited to your violation of this Agreement.

This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Toilet Paper Giveaway and you concerning the subject matter hereof, and they may only be modified by a written amendment signed by an authorized executive of Toilet Paper Giveaway, or by the posting by Toilet Paper Giveaway of a revised version. Except to the extent applicable law, if any, provides otherwise, this Agreement, any access to or use of the Website will be governed by the laws of the state of Wisconsin, U.S.A, excluding its conflict of law provisions, and the proper venue for any disputes arising out of or relating to any of the same will be the state and federal courts located in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Except for claims for injunctive or equitable relief or claims regarding intellectual property rights (which may be brought in any competent court without the posting of a bond), any dispute arising under this Agreement shall be finally settled in accordance with the Comprehensive Arbitration Rules of the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Service, Inc. ("JAMS") by three arbitrators appointed in accordance with such Rules. The arbitration shall take place in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in the English language and the arbitral decision may be enforced in any court. The prevailing party in any action or proceeding to enforce this Agreement shall be entitled to costs and attorneys' fees. If any part of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, that part will be construed to reflect the parties' original intent, and the remaining portions will remain in full force and effect. A waiver by either party of any term or condition of this Agreement or any breach thereof, in any one instance, will not waive such term or condition or any subsequent breach thereof. You may assign your rights under this Agreement to any party that consents to, and agrees to be bound by, its terms and conditions; Toilet Paper Giveaway may assign its rights under this Agreement without condition. This Agreement will be binding upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties, their successors and permitted assigns.