This terribly lackluster scoring (where was quality control when MY toilet paper was on the belt?!) causes 3 issues-- If you wish to tear the paper cleanly, you can at times, but it leaves you with either far too little or far too much toilet paper with which to do the job at hand. The other choice is to rip the paper forcefully, leaving (gasp!) rough, uneven edges!
The "Monk" in me really struggles with leaving the toilet paper rough edged, but having too much or too little is no fun either. Every time I visit the bathroom I suffer some degree of indecisiveness and trauma! I am so tempted to mount a pair of scissors on the bathroom wall to be assured of a neat, clean edge and just the right amount of paper every time!
Since I don't want people to think I'm weird (not that this blog hasn't convinced you of this already), I have opted against mounting the scissors. And, luckily, we are nearing the end of the package of toilet paper, so I think I can make it. (But, if the next time you come to my house you find scissors mounted on the bathroom wall.... well, *cut me some slack, eh?)
(*Yes, I know that was a terrible pun... but I'm crazy! so deal with it!)