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Car seatbelts have an inertia-reel mechanism. Pull slowly,
the belt reels out nicely... pull fast and it locks. Now, apply
this to toilet paper and we can get rid of ineffectual serrated
edges and end the paper-wasting tyranny of the Andrex
Andrex paper tyrant
[bs0u0155, Sep 16 2013]
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||Why not a reverse inertia wheel toilet paper dispenser oon
seatbelt inertia wheels, when the inertiawheel locks
rapidly in an accident it mass dispenses an entire roll of
toilet , paper, but in most other instances of lesser
inertias only a single sheet is dispensed. The toilet paper
stacks ontop of your body, as the world prepares to flush
||Two days ago I wrote these words in my note book along with a little drawing: toilet roll ratchet. Sometimes ideas are like that.
||// I wrote these words in my note book //
||That's SO fifteenth-century ...