"Let me guess, you desperately needed toilet paper so you ducked to the shops only to find the entire town has started panic buying and stocked up their own personal toilet paper supply to last them the next year, leaving none for people like yourself that actually need some," the business, Hand Made Australian Textiles, wrote in a Facebook post.
"Just to get you by (you could ration your normal paper and just use this just for the number ones, leaving your precious toilet paper for the number twos) or you could save a bunch of money on toilet paper by using this all the time! Think of all the things you've been wanting to buy!"
Genius? Perhaps. Although it’ll set you back a pretty penny. The packs with the press studs cost $48 (plus postage) as opposed to the non-press-stud option which is $45 per roll (plus postage.)
“No different than cloth nappies. Innovative, well done,” one fan commented. “I definitely think it’s better for the environment!” added another. “I would hate to think how much money is wasted on toilet paper."
Others, on the other hand, aren't convinced. “This is too disturbing,” one person wrote. Who wants a poo smell lingering. No thanks.”
Another said: “Don’t know what all the fuss is about. If I run out I’ll just wash my bum in the shower 😂😂😂🤣”
The things people come up with, eh?