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Do You Squeeze Toothpaste From the Middle Or End of the Tube?

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ExperienceProject ExperienceProject 26-30, M 48 Responses Aug 2, 2008

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End of the tube.

I squeeze it from the bottom to get it to the top, then i squeeze the top

<p>middle, until it gets thin, then I roll it up.</p>

<p>I use the plastic toothpaste bottle, so I just shake it vigorously and wait for the toothpaste to appear. :)</p>

<p>I squeeze in the middle.&nbsp; When the tube is about 1/2 empty, I flatten it by rolling it along the edge of the countertop.&nbsp; Then I squeeze from the end until it is empty.</p>

<p>Toothpaste is like money in the bank.</p><br />
<p>Easy to get it out, very complicated to put it back in.</p>

<p>i sueeze it from the middle then complain about how messy toothpast is afterwards</p>

<p>end , I wonder how much is waisted in a life time that you cant squeeze out</p>

<p>Start at the middle but them have to press it so the toothpaste moves toward the top so that I can flip it up on it's head as the cap is nice & large and can sit on it's cap saving counter space.&nbsp; I admit I get frustrated when my son won't cap it, the way he squeezes it doesn't matter- if it get dried up from no cap its a bear to work with.</p>

<p>from the middle</p>

<p>both sometimes I squeeze it from the middle when I'm in a hurry...but if i'm chillin , then I will smooth it down to the end and roll the end of the!</p>

<p>I squeeze toothpaste from inside the tube...</p>

<p><b><i>I confess, I squeeze it from the middle, from the top, from the bottom, and then when it gets all funny looking, and you think its empty, I lay it down on the side of the sink and I take my hand and lay it down flat on the tube starting at the very end and I push my hand all the way to the opening of the tube and squeeze out what ever else is in there.&nbsp; Then If I still cant get enough I will&nbsp;take&nbsp;my tooth brush and put the bristles part of it in the opening of the tube and try and scrape out what ever I might get.&nbsp; pathetic huh. </i></b></p><br />

<p>two inches up, three to the right, periodicly moving it three inches up and two inches left.</p>



<p>I like to suck on my tube!!! Eat that Mr Freud!!</p><br />

<p>at the end of the tube. I do not like the sagging &nbsp;middle.</p>

<p>Im not that conscienceious about which end I grab.</p><br />
<p>It doesnt matter where you squeeze it from, it all ends up the same way!!&nbsp; lol</p>

I think i squezze from the middle idk sometimes the botom if were running low of toothpaste.

WTF does it matter anyway --- sheesh.. aren't there more important things to worry about? like.. whether or not the damn toilet paper is rolling out from the top or bottom.. come on people.. PRIORITIES!!!!!

<p>I don't like the middle of the tube cave in..bottoms first for me.</p>

<p>I always squeeze from the end of the tube. makes the most sense. why do without? isnt' the toothpaste at eh end just as good as the beginning? What a silly question.</p>

<p>From the middle always.</p>

<p>why does it matter cause who cares</p>

<p>&nbsp;Oh...ALWAYS from the end. It's just better all around,isn't it? When it comes to the last bit it's easier and less time consuming that doing that squeezing it all along the tube thing that I'm pretty sure annoys the hell out of everyone...</p><br />
<p>Just makes more sense!</p><br />
<p>Sammy Jo Duponte x</p><br />

<p>I squeeze from the bottom. That almost has a provocative tone to it, doesn't it? LOL!</p>

<p>I use a liquid so there's no tube.</p>

<p>Neither - I use a pump toothpaste and a powdered toothpaste!</p>

<p>The end...then I roll it up as it empties...&nbsp;</p>