First went the cloth napkins, flung aside in favor of paper towels. Next, came the tangle over abandoning top sheets. Now, the confusion over basic housekeeping etiquette has migrated to the bathroom towel rack—and it’s clear that these days, when it comes to how to set up house, the rules of engagement have become fuzzier than ever. It all started with a Twitter dust-up involving 20 washcloths. Yes, that’s the double-digit opinion that journalist Yashar Ali espoused—in a tweet that was read far and wide—as his preferred stockpile of washcloths. As for the other kinds of cotton, Ali contended that, “As a couple, you should own a minimum of the following: 10 Bath sheets, 10 Bath towels, 10 Hand towels. Preferably more.” As a couple you should own a minimum of the following 10 Bath Sheets 10 Bath Towels 10 Hand Towels 20 Wash Cloths Preferably more https://t.co/CWqd8kp5vJ 10,000 likes and more than 1,000 retweets later, it seemed that Ali’s comment had sparked a torrent of towel content, which quickly earned its own hashtag: #towelgate. Much of the initial response was merely questioning what the heck a bath sheet even is. For the record: It’s a bath towel, just delightfully bigg...