Most days, I'm the first person into work after the cleaning staff has been there. When I go into the bathrooms, the floors are clean, the sinks gleam, and the end of each roll of toilet paper is folded into a triangle, which always make me feel special. I wanted to spread the good karma, so today I folded the end of the toilet paper into a triangle at home and at work.
I started out by doing the rolls in the house. Although the basement bathroom generally doesn't get used any more, I did it anyway. Someone will eventually use it and feel first-classed.
The job only took a couple of minutes. I folded the last square on each roll on both diagonals to make a nice pointed triangle. I pressed the seams down so they wouldn't come undone, then made sure the end of the roll was positioned so the weight of the paper held the triangle in place.
As usual, the rolls in the bathrooms at work were already done. This special touch is a relatively recent occurrence; I think someone new is doing the cleaning. I'm glad the person takes such pride in their job.
As I was closing up at the end of the day, I re-folded the ends of the toilet paper so the people who are there tonight can appreciate it too.