Recently, we were talking toilet paper on the Fun Morning Show, and I took exception to one thing in particular; why are the sheets so small?

The average sheet of toilet paper comes to around 4.5" x 4.5", but apparently some companies make them even smaller. With these smaller sheets, the company can say their product is cheaper, but you actually get less.

Personally, I've never used just one sheet. I've probably never used less than four sheets for any purpose whatsoever. As you can see in the photo, 4.5 inches of paper doesn't cut it.

"We the people" need bigger sheets of toilet paper. I could use a bunch of leaves and get around the same effect as these puny sheets.

Someone needs to get on this issue. I would be satisfied with arms-length sheets, but we could make them a little shorter for the tree-huggers.