I shoulda known better...I was in a hurry.
Product no. 078742040141, Great Value 1250 Sheets in Every Roll Bathroom Tissue 12 Rolls.
The last time I saw see-through bathroom tissue was in London in the 70's. At places like the Tower of London, TP dispensers dispensed 2 sheets of unbleached paper that were transparent, slick, unabsorbent, and melt in your hand. Slick paper doesn't wipe, it just spreads ---- around. Yours is bleached and each sheet of yours doesn't proudly proclaim, "Property of Her Majesty's Government," but, other than that, your product is identical. I have ~1000 sheets still on the first roll, + 11 unused rolls. (Some got used before I was able to replace it, since, unlike London, I could use as much as I wanted, crumpling it to make it more effective.) I can't figure out for what else I could use it. It resembles the tissue paper used in gifts, but I don't think my friends and family would appreciate it if I used it for that purpose. I can stuff out-of-season shoes when I store them to keep their shape.
Back in the 70s, I even wrote a friend describing the bathroom tissue in various countries public restrooms. I'd decided a nation's TP reflected upon the character of those countries citizenry. The details of these reflections had to deleted after I read the PC Terms of Service.
Thanks for the memories.