can't believe we study this, but then again I can't believe it's a point of contention in many homes-- which way does the the toilet paper come off the roll?  Really?

INC. reports about a survey of 2,000 people and discovered those who 'roll over' (leaving the loose end away from the wall) like being in charge, like organization and order.  That's sort of me. Some of those people admit they would flip a roll at a 'roll under's' house.  Ok, that's NOT me.

What about the other side - of the population and the roll?  Survey says those who 'roll under' tend to be more relaxed, more dependable, and "seek relationships with strong foundations."  (How they determined strong relationships in the bathroom-I don't really care to know!)

Another survey about the same topic found nearly 75 percent of people who make under $20,000 a year roll under, while nearly 66 percent of people who earn $50,000 a year roll over.

WOW! What can we draw from this? I guess it's safe to say that the roll under crowd is too busy seeking that strong foundational relationship in the bathroom to seek a better paying job???

However, researchers caution that switching how you roll your toilet paper won't somehow magically increase your salary-- the finding only shows correlation, not causation.  (INC.)