Hi, I don't understand the expression "jacks roll" in this paragraph:

And we trained with the garrotte, too. Everything I’d read said it was OMG sooo dangerous, you can crush someone’s trachea before you know it, so I made practice garrottes out of jacks roll, so they’d break if we pulled them too tight.

Could anyone please explain this to me ? It's Irish, if it helps.


I've just found out, toilet paper Emotion: smile

Toilet paper? "The jacks" is everyday Irish English for toilet.

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Reading this exact same book. Got to the same part and looked it up too, so thank you for the question.

Ha, me too, same book, same sentence.

Toilet paper roll
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