The Wall Street Journal released an article about how more people are living alone and how different corporations are angling for their business.
Charmin's research led them to the conclusion that people just don't have the space to store large amounts of extra rolls, so they're delivering all those wiping wads in the form of a massive roll.
While these insanely stupid rolls aren't available in stores yet, they are available in their online store and there are options that include free wall mounts or a stand because you're absolutely not prepared for these monsters.
If you've been paying attention to these top-tier butt wipes, this is the natural trajectory for Charmin whose products have names like Ultra Mega Roll, but these new big-ass rolls have people shook.
This story introduced me to the *incredible* new Charmin Forever Roll, the giant toilet paper roll for millennials who can't store extra rolls because their cupboards are full of avocados. Just look at this lad, an absolute unit pic.twitter.com/9ULM4RBAt8— Tom Gara (@tomgara) June 4, 2019
the giant toilet paper roll is no match for my tremendous ass— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) June 4, 2019
You say "Forever Roll," I say "Everlasting Gobstopper." https://t.co/STPv2JAZPr— Tim Barnes (@TimBarnes451) June 4, 2019
Charmin's new 'Forever Roll' is just fruit-by-the-foot for your ass pic.twitter.com/tFPdeAIX7a— eBaum's World (@ebaumsworld) June 5, 2019
sorry im late to this but imagine being single and having a date over to your house for the first time and then they walk into your bathroom and see a rock of Gibraltar-sized roll of toilet paper next to the shitter— rat king (@MikeIsaac) June 4, 2019
If it's for millennials then shouldn't the parents be wiping them?— Offthebranch (@Offthebranch1) June 5, 2019
Check out how baller I look next to my Charmin Forever Roll. Yup - I introduced my family to this lifestyle enhancement today, and they couldn’t be prouder. Have fun replacing your rolls weekly, suckas. I’ll be over here in the future, living large. pic.twitter.com/1Am9ertMX2— Steve Gadlin (@CatDrawingGuy) June 5, 2019