Tissue is an issue for boys at this school
To combat vandalism, a high school in Pennsylvania is forcing boys to sign out and sign in toilet paper when they use the bathroom.
According to The Associated Press, the school instituted the policy after repeated incidents of students intentionally clogging the toilets with paper in the boys bathrooms. So now the boys must go the office first and check out the rolls.
What the story doesn't say is whether the boys are allowed only a certain amount of paper. Do they have a weekly or monthly limit?
Is there only one kind or do the boys get to choose from a variety pack?
Are some boys bringing in their Angel Soft from home?
Or has a toilet paper black market emerged and sullied the pristine halls of academia?
And most importantly, have any of the boys had to utter Elaine Benes' famous words from “Seinfeld”: “Do you have a square to spare?”