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(Original post by rquaresma)
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
Wiping gets it all off perfectly fine :lolwut:

Surely water would spread it around more...
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(Original post by ily_em)
Wiping gets it all off perfectly fine :lolwut:

Surely water would spread it around more...
^ this and also surely it would also make it worse?!

leaving that area damp for long periods of time is just a breeding ground for bacteria and surely really uncomfortable too. . . ?
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(Original post by Dhanoo)
Something like this.

Cool, isn't it? :cool:
After years of oppression being forced to take human waste, the toilets begin to fight back!
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If someone took a crap on your kitchen table, would you:

a) wipe it off thoroughly with kitchen roll and then disinfect the area, or
b) pour some water on it then smear it round with your hands?
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(Original post by rquaresma)
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
yes because washing your ass with your hand and then touching stuff including people and food is so much better than using toilet tissue which means skin rarely comes in contact with feaces
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(Original post by silverbolt)
yes because washing your ass with your hand and then touching stuff including people and food is so much better than using toilet tissue which means skin rarely comes in contact with feaces
I am under the impression that people wash their hands after washing their ass, much like they would do when wiping their ass with a tissue.
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Spit on the paper, simples
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(Original post by rquaresma)
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
Makes for a pretty tasty snack later in the day though!
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Personally, I use both - wipe, bidet, wipe again.
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(Original post by Broderss)
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.
Who said it's to remove the bacteria? Dry wiping doesn't physically remove all the superficial poo.
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(Original post by py0alb)
If someone took a crap on your kitchen table, would you:

a) wipe it off thoroughly with kitchen roll and then disinfect the area, or
b) pour some water on it then smear it round with your hands?
(b)

Edit: Lol at the neg rep. :lol:
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After doing your business:
  • use toilet paper to clean yourself properly
  • then fill this with water:



  • use the water inside it to wash yourself (most people should be smart enough to do this part without spilling the water all over themselves, the toilet seat and the floor).
  • use some more toilet paper to dry yourself
  • wash your hands with soap

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(Original post by pinpoint)
Who said it's to remove the bacteria? Dry wiping doesn't physically remove all the superficial poo.
The only way it can be more hygienic is if it removed bacteria, which it does not.
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(Original post by pinpoint)
Who said it's to remove the bacteria? Dry wiping doesn't physically remove all the superficial poo.
errr.... yes it does. you're obviously not doing it right buddy.
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(Original post by Broderss)
The only way it can be more hygienic is if it removed bacteria, which it does not.
Enjoy the skid marks on your underwear ...
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(Original post by Princess_perfect786)



LOTA!
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Enjoy the skid marks on your underwear ...
I'm just saying using tissue is perhaps more hygienic than allowing dirty water to spread bacteria all over yourself.
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LOTA!
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(Original post by Broderss)
I'm just saying using tissue is perhaps more hygienic than allowing dirty water to spread bacteria all over yourself.
You don't leave it wet, you dry it using tissue paper afterwards before you wash your hands.

I can't believe we're having a debate about wiping our arses after having a poo ... we need to get a life!
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