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    the asian guys in our flat have special water cups they take in with them. i don't understand the logistics of using water without paper, and im not sure i want to.

    i think wet wipes are the way forward lol
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    Seeing as like noone has bidets anymore, how do they use water, stick their arse in the sink? Im never using other people's sinks again...
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    I think water.. use bog roll though.
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    :eek: oh my god i thought a bidet was for washing your feet!

    with regard to the original argument, surely both :confused:
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    (Original post by qwerty_st/n)
    :eek: oh my god i thought a bidet was for washing your feet!

    with regard to the original argument, surely both :confused:
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by qwerty_st/n)
    :eek: oh my god i thought a bidet was for washing your feet!
    :laugh:
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    (Original post by qwerty_st/n)
    :eek: oh my god i thought a bidet was for washing your feet!
    Bwhahahaaa!!!! Rep for you!

    (paper!)
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    (Original post by rpotter)
    Seeing as like noone has bidets anymore, how do they use water, stick their arse in the sink? Im never using other people's sinks again...

    some uses 'tabo' to get water....then use a tissue.
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    I personally use a jug filled with water.
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    Hands every time.
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    whats a bidet?
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    (Original post by Hayley_2k4)
    whats a bidet?

    click :p:
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    (Original post by walalang)
    click :p:
    HaHa! That page states the obvious..."one should use the toilet before the bidet" and also it said that a bidet "is not to be confused with a drinking fountain" :eek:
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    People use water?
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    Well, before this I didnt know anyone used water. I mean I know about bidets but know they are really rare and I thought used rarer. Paper all the way.
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    (Original post by walalang)
    some uses 'tabo' to get water....then use a tissue.
    tabo is a cute name. they should have faces drawn on them.

    remember, you can do it too, with kandoo!
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    (Original post by qwerty_st/n)
    :eek: oh my god i thought a bidet was for washing your feet!

    with regard to the original argument, surely both :confused:
    They had one in Spain a couple of months ago, and I could only assume it was for washing your feet in..so I did! It worked surprisingly well actually, for something which is designed for (as I now understand it) washing one's genitalia.
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    This is a very sh*tty thread.

    Every house I've lived in has had a bidet, and it always ends up gathering dust.
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    (Original post by drawmeamonkey)
    the asian guys in our flat have special water cups they take in with them. i don't understand the logistics of using water without paper, and im not sure i want to.

    i think wet wipes are the way forward lol
    :hahaha:
    Desi style
    But they should use toilet paper afterwards:rolleyes:
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    When I was in Egypt, all the toilets (public included) had a hole in the bowl that fired a water jet out when you turned a valve on the side of the toilet, it seems like a better idea than having a seperate unit (ie: bidet) for the task.
 
 
 
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