Oh no, sanitary tissues! I am so glad I got the covered trash can. I think the only time one of my cats was ever interested by the trash was when he ate dental floss. Once. I ended up pulling it out of his behind and it was an unpleasant enough experience that he hasn't done it in the 9 years since. It will definitely be a change from what I'm used to.Anything you can do to prevent even a single puppy taste of garbage will serve you well in the long run. It's much harder to erase that delicious memory than to prevent it.
Bathroom trash tends to be extra tantalizing (used tissues, sanitary products, etc). I keep one bathroom garbage can on the back of the toilet (an inelegant solution, I know) and the other in a cabinet under the sink. Peggy's never attempted to get at either, but every puppy is different.
She does occasionally nudge open the kitchen cabinet, to take a long sneaky sniff of the trash and recycling. But so far no nibbles. I suspect it'll happen eventually, though.