Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures, and that’s precisely how we as a society end up with something like How Much Toilet Paper?!, a new website that calculates the dwindling amount of our most prized bathroom supply.
It’s a relatively simple tool: you put in the number of rolls you have left and the number of toilet visits you estimate you take per day, and it spits out a nice whole number at the top of the screen. So 10 rolls left at three visits per day (the default for the website when you visit it for the first time) equates to 53 days. That’s plenty of toilet paper, you’d think.
But there are advanced options for taking into account more granular metrics, like the number of people in the household and number of sheets on the roll of whatever brand of toilet paper you have. The result is a