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After a while, American consumers just seemed to give up expecting a fair deal. Candy bars are smaller than they used to be, Girl Scout cookies come in smaller packages, even products that we grew up trusting are getting smaller and costing more. All of this reminds me of the assassination of Julius Caesar in the Roman Senate where he was stabbed to death by people he thought he could trust. His last words are said to have been: *** "Et tu, Brute?"*** which is Latin for ***"And you too, Brutus???!!!" *** Centuries later, this famous tragedy is a perfect lead-in to my review of **Scott Rapid-Dissolving Bath Tissue**.
**Betrayed with My Pants Down!**
With rare exception, I have bought virtually nothing but **Scott** paper products for the last four decades -- almost as long as I have maintained my own household. I was a foot soldier in a vast army of consumers who believed that the name **"Scott"** on bath tissue was like "sterling" on silver. I would pass up special deals and generous coupons on other brands, just to remain loyal to **Scott Tissue**. In fact, I was happy with the product up until the last year when something nobody seems to understand has happened to compromise the quality of this erstwhile fine brand. The rolls of any type of **Scott tissue** are suddenly smaller than they used to be, are quickly used up, and worse yet seem to be comprised of weirdly textured paper which lacks durability. Even Scott Extra Soft Tissue is not as gentle as it once was and also promotes clogging of drains. Like Julius Caesar bleeding to death on the floor of the Senate, I feel betrayed, bamboozled ... I've been **HAD** ... and now all I can say is ***"And you TOO, Kimberly-Clark?"***
**Not Just a Voice Crying Out in the Desert, Either.**
As of a week ago, I still hadn't given up on **Scott paper** products and so it came to pass that I was suckered in for one last time to buy **Scott Rapid-Dissolving Bath Tissue**. Although this product is specifically designed for toilets on RV's and boats, I thought it might be a good thing to try out in my condo because whoever built our building years ago used cheap pipes for the plumbing and we tend to have a problem with occasional clogs.
When I accessed **Scottbrand.com** the other day to research **Scott Rapid-Dissolving Bath Tissue**, I was surprised to see a whole flock of complaining letters from an unhappy forum whose anguished narratives made Caesar's last cries seem downright philosophical and resigned by comparison. It's not just me -- **No**, the people have spoken and a lot of them are going to start buying other brands of toilet paper in the future.
**Scott Rapid-Dissolving Bath Tissue** has done nothing to restore my rapid-diminishing faith in Kimberly-Clark. I've got to say that, in the last analysis, I don't give a rat's ass what kind of effect it had on our pipes, I probably won't buy any kind of **Scott Tissue** again. I'm only giving it two stars and I only gave it **that** much because of an even **worse** experience I had years ago, in my first apartment, when I totally ran out of toilet paper and had nothing else to use for one whole night except wrapping tissue paper printed with "*Santa Claus is Coming to Town*." After all this time, I still remember what **THAT** paper felt like and **Scott Rapid-Dissolving Bath Tissue** is better than **that** was.
It's better than a page torn out of an old catalogue!
Lasts long enough to get the job done but is designed to break up quickly once it is in water.
It's okay, I guess.