Why don't we have bodnas in every public loo?

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    I think it's terrible that we don't.
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    Do you mean BODMAS?

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    To remind people of the order of operations? Erm...sure!
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    Do you mean like a bidet?
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    No, we use it to washhands after using the loo. Yes a bit like a bidet
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    (Original post by The Doggfather)
    Do you mean BODMAS?

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    To remind people of the order of operations? Erm...sure!
    YES!!!!
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    Because most people will still take a **** in it probably
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    (Original post by Fruli)
    No, we use it to washhands after using the loo. Yes a bit like a bidet
    If you take a closer look at any public toilet in the country you'll see they're well equipped with sinks. They're like little hand bidets.
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    (Original post by Fruli)
    No, we use it to washhands after using the loo. Yes a bit like a bidet
    Have you not heard of a sink?
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    ....:lolwut: It's called a sink. Alternatively you can just turn around after you've done your business, and wash your hands in the toilet bowl as it flushes.
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    (Original post by JO53PHS)
    Have you not heard of a sink?
    How can you people wipe your ass with just tissue..

    DODNA is essential!
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    I think OP is referring to this: Name:  50416_126397437372048_3991163_n.jpg
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    It's a tradition is Asian households to have this, as it helps you wash after doing your business.

    I personally find it kinda hygienic
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    Well...yeah, when you think about it- we should!
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    Err if you use it to wash your hands, what'd wrong with the sink?

    Of course if you said to wash your bum, then I would agree with you.
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    (Original post by abzy1234)
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    It's a tradition is Asian households to have this, as it helps you wash after doing your business.

    I personally find it kinda hygienic
    Nice. Covered in anonymous **** germs.
    Can't say I'd want to handle it. Family **** germs are one thing, but in public toilets - ugh.
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    OP is confused. 'Bodnas' aren't used to wash hands, they're a specially shaped water jug that creates a flow of water strong enough to wash **** off your arse. Frankly I don't know how most people survive without them.
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    (Original post by Snuffleupagus)
    Nice. Covered in anonymous sh*t germs.
    Can't say I'd want to handle it. Family sh*t germs are one thing, but in public toilets - ugh.
    Not really. It's a cultural thing in Asia to handle all unclean things with their left hand whereas the 'bodna' itself is always held by the right hand, ergo no **** germs.
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    interesting
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    (Original post by ChampEon)
    Not really. It's a cultural thing in Asia to handle all unclean things with their left hand whereas the 'bodna' itself is always held by the right hand, ergo no **** germs.
    Because that's totally how germs work, it's not like literally everything is covered in them or anything ...
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    (Original post by milienhaus)
    Because that's totally how germs work, it's not like literally everything is covered in them or anything ...
    No need to be patronising, I'm aware germs are everywhere. If you read it properly you'll notice I didn't say there wouldn't be any germs.
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    (Original post by ChampEon)
    OP is confused. 'Bodnas' aren't used to wash hands, they're a specially shaped water jug that creates a flow of water strong enough to wash **** off your arse. Frankly I don't know how most people survive without them.
    Surely a water hose would be more appropriate?


    OP bodnas is also a town in Finland fyi
 
 
 
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