Finally, A Toilet Paper Holder That Can Also Hold Beer And Wine

February 2, 2017


Because drinking on the can until my legs go numb is one of the few hobbies I'm good at (PROTIP: fill your toilet tank with ice and brewskis), this is the 3-D printed His and Hers Toilet Paper Holder for Beverages available from Etsy shop SOLIDink3d ($20). One side can hold a beer can or bottle, and the other side a wine glass. The middle holds toilet paper. Still, calling it his and hers seems a little dated, like men only drink beer and women only drink wine. Personally, I drink it all, including wine spritzers and hand sanitizer. Shit, I'd drink 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner if you told me it would give me a buzz. "It absolutely won't." I don't trust you, I'm gonna try it anyways.

Keep going for a couple more shots.



Thanks to lizzy, who informed me she wants one made with one end that holds a wine glass, and the other end the rest of the bottle. Smart.

  • Patrick Albanese

    Ideal place to get shit faced I suppose.

  • Andy Green

    Will it also work with red wine?

  • PUNX

    first beer of the day with your morning poo

  • MostlyPonies

    What a great idea if you want fecal particles in your drink.

  • Blackuma

    I guess some want that bold flavor.

  • MostlyPonies

    Everyone likes their own personal blend.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    replace the TP with some rotating gyro meat and we are good to go

  • I'm not wiping anything with that!

  • Bling Nye

    ... Miller Lite and a wine glass of piss?


  • StevieMe

    Am I the only one freaking out because the toilet paper is on incorrectly?

  • Bling Nye

    You clearly don't have cat(s) and/or small children.

  • Geekologie

    i beg to differ

  • MostlyPonies
  • Bling Nye

    That proves nothing.


  • MostlyPonies

    Irrelevant. That's just a TP holder/cover made 2 years later.

  • Bling Nye

    Actually, it's more relevant than yours, because it shows the holder and how the roll is mounted. Yours is the patent for just the roll itself, not how the roll is mounted.

  • MostlyPonies

    That's nice. Here's one from 1892. It's just one of several patents, making your example irrelevant.

    The one I linked to was the first toilet paper roll patent, which shows the roll facing outward. And just to make that clear, here's another patent by the same person (Seth Wheeler) made in 1891, showing the toilet paper on a holder, and again facing outward.

  • Bling Nye

    How quaint. The toilet paper roll facing outward was entirely for illustration purposes only, or do you think drawing it facing the other way would equally show the design?

    Basically it all comes down to preference and utility anyway, doesn't it? Not to mention that a patent doesn't necessarily mean it's the best way to do something... Maybe it was intended to be one way, but over time and use, it became clear another way was superior. People that have small kids and/or cats know which way is best to put the roll on. Think about it.

    Also, it's pronounced, "gif".


  • MostlyPonies

    The best way is really sideways, but the proper way is facing outward.

    Edit: Also, saying that the TP roll is facing outward only to show how it worked is speculation.The fact is, there is nothing to show or suggest the roll was intended to face inward, and 2 examples that show it facing outward. And because there is no front and back view as is common with patent illustrations, we can correctly assume that the intended way to put TP on a holder is facing outward/over.

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