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ok im 19 and i just found out today that it seems that some people dont wash their ass properly after doo doo? like without water instead people get some dry toile paper and scrub it 3 times and think its ok? is this true ive asked nearly everyone and white people (no racist) seem to be the bigest ofenders please enlighten me people from all races
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(Original post by rquaresma)
ok im 19 and i just found out today that it seems that some people dont wash their ass properly after doo doo? like without water instead people get some dry toile paper and scrub it 3 times and think its ok? is this true ive asked nearly everyone and white people (no racist) seem to be the bigest ofenders please enlighten me people from all races
They should call someone to lick their asses.
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this is not a joke thread or a thread to make fun of anyone this subject seems to be taboo
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Yeah, I do know what you mean. However, it's all about the cultural differences. Back in Asia, you wash with water and thus have taps located near the toilet for that purpose - even public toilets. In Western countries, they use toilet paper. It's funny because the Asians usually think that Westerners are dirty for not washing using water, and Westerners usually think the Asians are dirty for using only water and no toilet paper. I say that you should compromise and use a combination of the two - wet some toilet roll? Satisfies both parties?
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it just seems kind of nasty walking around with dry poop in ur ass all day with it stinking and itching not that i hav done that
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Wet wipes no...?
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i dont mind letting white people sit in my car but i have to inspect their ass first.
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In my language, we have a specific word for it: cebok :teehee: It's a funny word, because for such a simple action it cannot be directly translated to English without sounding like proper jargon. I'd like to shorten it to 'washing your ass' but that would make it lose part of its complete meaning!

In Asia it's pretty much understood that everyone uses water, maybe with tissue. Hence why our modern toilet seats have the little pipe that spurts out water at the opening of a tap. Oh, and in Japan you get nifty little buttons to control the temperature and the way you want your water spurted out :lol:
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In my language, we have a specific word for it: cebok :teehee: It's a funny word, because for such a simple action it cannot be directly translated to English without sounding like proper jargon. I'd like to shorten it to 'washing your ass' but that would make it lose part of its complete meaning!

In Asia it's pretty much understood that everyone uses water, maybe with tissue. Hence why our modern toilet seats have the little pipe that spurts out water at the opening of a tap. Oh, and in Japan you get nifty little buttons to control the temperature and the way you want your water spurted out :lol:
sprinkle ?
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sprinkle ?
It's called a sprinkler, yes. I just felt like being long-winded today



The marvel of Japanese toilets
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We never used water in Hong Kong...
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ok im 19 and i just found out today that it seems that some people dont wash their ass properly after doo doo?
You're 19 and still say 'doo doo'? Anyway, water wouldn't get rid of bacteria, only anti-bacterial wipes would, so the difference between paper wiping and using water is none-existant regarding germs. No, people don't walk around with crap in their arsecrack, maybe you just haven't learned to wipe properly and effectively having lived with bedes all your life?
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In Asian, it depends on the person. I used the water way when I was a child, now changed to wiping with toilet papers - just seems a lot quicker and I don't like the idea of getting my ass wet. Of course, I don't just do 3 wipes...

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It's called a sprinkler, yes. I just felt like being long-winded today

The marvel of Japanese toilets
Ah yes, I've heard of this. With just a press of button, the little sprinkler will come out which aim and guaranteed to hit on the spot!

Something like this.

Cool, isn't it? :cool:
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Yes, but then again in parts of the world where they have a shower head next to the toilet to wash asses with, the floors/ walls are usually soaking wet/ flooded with poo water from poorly aimed shots and the toilet seat is usually covered in whatever people had on the bottom of their shoes because they insist on squatting on the seat instead of sitting on it.
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In Italy it is deemed customary to use dry toilet paper followed by a bidet, and so most bathrooms (not sure if public ones) are equipped with a bidet.
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Yes because having dirty water run down your legs is hygienic :facepalm:

Do you realise water really does nothing to remove the bacteria? It's still just as dirty, perhaps even more so.
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I don't have a donkey to wash it I'm afraid
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(Original post by doubledot)
Yeah, I do know what you mean. However, it's all about the cultural differences. Back in Asia, you wash with water and thus have taps located near the toilet for that purpose - even public toilets. In Western countries, they use toilet paper. It's funny because the Asians usually think that Westerners are dirty for not washing using water, and Westerners usually think the Asians are dirty for using only water and no toilet paper. I say that you should compromise and use a combination of the two - wet some toilet roll? Satisfies both parties?
Most Asians nowadays use water, then soap, then water, finally toilet paper ...
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Thoroughly wiping it clean with specially designed toilet roll, or spreading it all over my hands and legs with a bit of water like some horrific scat porn.


Hmmm let me think, which is the more hygenic option? Which countries suffer more from food poisoning? (Hint: not the west)
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(Original post by Schleigg)
Yes, but then again in parts of the world where they have a shower head next to the toilet to wash asses with, the floors/ walls are usually soaking wet/ flooded with poo water from poorly aimed shots and the toilet seat is usually covered in whatever people had on the bottom of their shoes because they insist on squatting on the seat instead of sitting on it.
Ew, that sounds rank!!

I had no idea that in some countries water is used instead of toilet paper?? :eek: Seems really unhygienic to me
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