In the world of online dating, you’ve only got a few chances to make a great first impression, whether that be by showing off your best angles or revealing what a funny person you are with a few jokes.
Either way, once you get a match it’s common for people to start a conversation with something they liked about your profile.
However, for 30-year-old Hana Michels that wasn’t exactly the case, when one of her Tinder photos instead ended up causing the stir for a very odd reason.
Rather than having people comment on the humorous photo of her looking completely caught off guard brushing her teeth in only a towel and shower cap, people were more concerned with the way she hung her toilet roll.
Posting the photo to Twitter, Hana revealed that 23 men so far have called her out for supposedly hanging her toilet paper ‘incorrectly.’
This is my tinder profile. I’ve had it for a year. 23 men have contacted me to say I’m incorrect about toilet paper pic.twitter.com/uBAcQlZ34r
— Hana Michels (@HanaMichels) July 2, 2018
We never knew guys could be so nit-picky about such a minor detail but judging from the hilarious debate the post has since sparked online, apparently, this is a big deal.
For some, there was no doubt about it; the way she hung that toilet roll was just plain wrong:
Yes, that is the clearly wrong way. I hope she fixed it.
— abbytron (@abbytron) July 4, 2018
I was gonna complain your shower cap did not match your towel, but that toilet paper thing brings you down from an obvious 10 to a paltry 8.0 I’m sorry.. you had such potential.
— Nigerian Knuckles (@MarkPor72434214) July 2, 2018
While for others they could see her reasonings and tried to give additional justification:
Why is this not the acceptable way to have toilet paper? It's so much easier to tear this way
— Underscore "Will be @TFCon Toronto" Zeus (@UnderscoreZeus) July 2, 2018
It all depends on how you tear it..if you spin the roll, then yank. You have it correct(my chosen roll position too) if you slowly and daintilly use 2 hands and cut neat squares it's better from the front. I have no life and have run the experiments..
The results are,repeatable.
— Jason Linsky (@KilgoreLinsky) July 2, 2018
And then there were people who just made great rebuttals all round, including highlighting the point that those who said Hana was wrong were clearly “not true matches.”
The definitively correct answer on the toilet paper question is this: the correct way to put the roll is the way the person who was considerate enough to replace the empty roll with a new one did it.
— Tom Jones (@_TomJones) July 2, 2018
Evidently they are not true matches
— SElena (@920Grill) July 4, 2018
However considering the overwhelming response that her post received, Hana looks to have changed her ways to please the people.
If there is anything to take away from this, it’s that this chick deserves an A+ for her sense of humour.