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 Why do cats roll over on their backs?

Answer Rolling onto its back works as one of the major types of body language a cat can use to express herself. This act can be used to express a desire to play, a sense of trust and a need to scratch. Wi... Read More »
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Why do cats roll around in a litter box?

Cat lovers around the world will confirm that litter-rolling is indeed habitual for some cats. The reason why is the perplexing part.A Great ScratchOutdoor cats love to roll in the dirt on top of d... Read More »
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What should be the average length size of a common sushi roll (i.e. California Roll or similar roll)?

The length of the nori sheet, about 8 inches. After it's rolled, then it's sliced to about an inch length before serving.
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When you replace your toilet paper roll...do you bring it over the top or behind the roll?

Over the top, of course! Same with paper towels!
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Should the leading edge of a roll of toilet paper go down the outside of the roll?

The toilet tissue should pull from the outside of the roll.If you have guests coming you can take the outside of the roll and make a "v" shape with the first sheet, looks really nice.Just fold the... Read More »
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