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When you don't have a tissue box around your house or cannot afford it because you are a student, this is a great way to lighten up your room using a ...
First find any rolled toilet paper.
Pile up stickers from around the house. Bigger sticker the better!
Feel the core of the toilet paper. You should be able to separate the core with your nails from the toilet paper.
Try putting your finger in it and you should be able to pull the core away from the rolls. Do this till the whole core is separated from the roll.
You should then be able to pull out the entire core out.
Find where the roll ends. You should be able to just peel it off since they are glued lightly like a regular fresh toilet paper will be.
Pull out the inside roll and make sure it looks like this.
Just stick on stickers to make it 'your' look and tada! It is done! Your original tissue dispenser.
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