These boards are predominantly haunted by males. Men have a reputation for having a lower set of standards than women in all things domestic. Hoovering and dusting, defrosting the fridge, washing, ironing, taking out rubbish have all been alleged to be alien concepts to men. I object to these stereotypes. I for one am not content to wear an shirt that hasn't been ironed. I believe that it is ones duty to wash up after a meal and put all items back where they belong. Rubbish belongs in the bin and toilet doors are there for a purpose! This has at times put me at odds with my fellow men, who feel that my adherence to such doctrines is a little suspect. I have as a result in the past had my sexuality impuned. The fact that I live in Kent and have such personal standards has apparrrently confirmed to some individuals, who live in others parts of the country, that I am a "soft southern, shandy drinking bastard". So it's time for a test, so we know who we all are and where we stand. So heres a simple question that will ascertain the necessary facts. When you replace the roll of toilet paper on the spindle, should the paper...... 1.) Face the front ie towards you. 2.) Face the back ie away from you and twixt spindle and rear retaining structure. 3.) You couldn't give a damn.