It sounds like a joke, but it's not. They have created a website that indicates the average number of days we can survive this quarantine based on the number of toilet paper rolls we have, and also based on the number of times we go to the bathroom each day.
When entering the web we see two interactive lines, in the one above we can indicate the number of rolls of toilet paper we have, and in the one below, we indicate the number of times we go to the bathroom each day.
It's a bit ironic since it allows us to record a maximum of 200 rolls and a maximum of 40 visits to the bathroom. Once both data are entered, it automatically tells us the average number of days that we will survive the quarantine.
With this result, we can know how many rolls of toilet paper we should have at home if we are going to spend about 40 days without going out.
But things don't stop there, but a little below those two lines, there are "Advanced Options". There we can add more information to make the calculation more precise and personalized.
This toilet paper comes as a result of the start of the quarantine where the aisles of the supermarkets were left empty and unstocked of this product that in a normal situation it would hardly be paid attention to, and now it seems that it is more necessary than water.
Twitter was filled with memes regarding the compulsive purchase of toilet paper, there is even a filter on Instagram and Snapchat, where we can put our face in a toilet paper roll.
But all the lack of control and drama can calm down thanks to the web that we leave below these lines, and through which, we will be able to know how many days of supply of toilet paper we can have, based on the number of rolls that we have at home and based on the times we visit the bathroom.