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Wait, what? People wipe from the front? As in, you wipe the shit closer to your genitals? That's definitely unsafe.

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September 12, 2018, 08:26:29 PM
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Wait, what? People wipe from the front? As in, you wipe the shit closer to your genitals? That's definitely unsafe.

Where are your genitals?Huh?

If I wipe from front to back, I muss the feces away from my genitals, and towards my lower back.  Smiley

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September 12, 2018, 08:29:16 PM
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I assumed "from the front" meant "you pass your hand underneath from the front", which would be wiping from back to front.

I of course wipe from front to back, because I'm not disgusting.

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I assumed "from the front" meant "you pass your hand underneath from the front", which would be wiping from back to front.

I of course wipe from front to back, because I'm not disgusting.
It's simple. You take your hand down from front, stick it up your ass and wipe till the process is complete.

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September 12, 2018, 08:40:11 PM
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Proper politicaly correct terms should be use here, so whipping from the front hole to the back hole.

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September 12, 2018, 08:43:20 PM
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It's simple. You take your hand down from front, stick it up your ass and wipe till the process is complete.

Sometimes I just eat toilet paper to speed the whole process up.

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September 12, 2018, 08:49:53 PM
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It's simple. You take your hand down from front, stick it up your ass and wipe till the process is complete.

Sometimes I just eat toilet paper to speed the whole process up.
Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.

Its very healthy what you're doing, better than what those fucking perverted doctors give in the name of medicine.

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September 12, 2018, 09:14:43 PM
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You can view a complete list of the "factoids" here in case you weren't aware.  Not all of them are specifically about Bitcoin.

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Its very healthy what you're doing, better than what those fucking perverted doctors give in the name of medicine.

Hey. We're not all perverts.

On another note, don't even get me started on people who hang the toilet paper under.

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September 12, 2018, 10:01:15 PM
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It's actually from "benjamindees" not theymos... ref

Where are your genitals?Huh?

If I wipe from front to back, I muss the feces away from my genitals, and towards my lower back.  Smiley

Surely you'd wipe upwards (from groin to lower back - not exiting the boundaries of where the cheeks begin and end) and then downwards to finish to ensure you get it all Grin.

Passing your hand between your thighs sounds too much like a yoga routine to me...

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September 12, 2018, 10:13:43 PM
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Passing your hand between your thighs sounds too much like a yoga routine to me...

The Downward Dog Wipe.

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"How to wipe". Great Bitcoin and Meta topic!

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"How to wipe". Great Bitcoin and Meta topic!
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Whatever way you want to wipe is yoiur personal choice.  Some women like sucking on things that taste like shit.  Tongue

Just don't use "John Wayne" toilet paper... it's rough and tough and won't take shit off anyone. 

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I'm feeling out of place here Grin
I didn't do this WIPE thing ever in my whole life for some reason Grin


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I'm feeling out of place here Grin
I didn't do this WIPE thing ever in my whole life for some reason Grin

It's a WASP thing.

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Why I spent $1200 on a toilet seat and why you should too





In his 1966 book The Bathroom, Alexander Kira goes on at great length at how useless toilet paper is at actually cleaning our rear ends. He quotes a British study that found that 44% of men had stained underwear, and concludes that “we are primarily concerned with the appearance of cleanliness… What we cannot see or directly experience or what others cannot readily see, we ignore.” He recommended the use of a bidet, but regretted that in North America, it was almost unknown or identified with sexual immorality. That was almost 40 years ago; the combo toilet/bidet existed, but was still experimental.

I first read Kira in university, and have been fascinated by bathrooms ever since. (read more about Kira here) Since 2009 I have been using an inexpensive Brondell non-electric unit (then marketed as a Blue Bidet, see my review here), but as part of our recent downsizing renovation, I finally bought myself what I have always wanted: a $1200 toilet seat, also known as a Toto Washlet.

...

A bidet toilet keeps you cleaner and healthier; it actually saves water, trees and energy. You don't have to spend $1200; lots of people have simple non-electric bidet attachments. You can spend a lot more and get totally hands-free units like the Kohler Numi, where even the lid is automated. You can even get one that you control with your smart phone. There are all kinds, because in many parts of the world, it is pretty much standard equipment.

The alternative of putting a sheet of paper in my hand and… just sounds disgusting now. Everyone should have one of these.


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