My wife is a diplomat, my daughter a Straight-A student, and my son a cool guitarist and an excellent young driver, yet none of them seems to know how to change the toilet roll when it runs out. The empty tube hangs there forlorn on the holder, while the newly started roll sits on the floor beneath.
Is there some new European Union directive I missed? Did Brussels decree that only Dads are allowed to change the loo roll and fail to tell me?
It actually takes more effort to reach down to the floor for a sheet than it does to just put the new roll where it belongs. But try telling them that.