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    I find it disgusting that men do not wipe after urinating. Do you agree?


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    (Original post by floury)
    I find it disgusting that men do not wipe after urinating. Do you agree?


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    I see how it can be gross
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    To get the last few drops of urine out. I find it disgusting that women don't probe their urethras in the same vain.
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    I find it disgusting how many men do not wash their hands after shaking said ****.

    The public urinals do not provide any tissue nearby for this kind of thing, there are some in the stalls but walking around with your **** out isn't exactly good manners.
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    Unless I'm at a urinal I wipe

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    I always wipe. It feels super awkward otherwise.

    Not washing your hands though is even more disgusting.

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    That's so unhygienic
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    My boyfriend actually washes his, which is cleaner than wiping, just saying.
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    I have a quick shake and then a dab with tissue. The whole "if you shake it more than twice, you're playing with it" quote is BS when it's not humanly possible to get it all off with just two shakes :lol:
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    Imagine the effect on the environment of all the paper needlessly used. You should also let it mellow
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    (Original post by Pharmaholic)
    My boyfriend actually washes his, which is cleaner than wiping, just saying.
    Even in a public toilet?

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    pee, shake, wash hands, leave

    going to the loo is a quick job for us guys haha
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Even in a public toilet?

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    He doesn't use public toilets
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    (Original post by Pharmaholic)
    He doesn't use public toilets
    Everyone uses one at some point

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    (Original post by Pharmaholic)
    He doesn't use public toilets
    The bladder of steel.
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    Wiping doesnt work though. More comes out if you dont shake. Mens urethras are different from womens.
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    (Original post by Pharmaholic)
    He doesn't use public toilets
    so what does he do at, say, work? walk over to the sink with it flapping everywhere :lolwut:?
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    No matter what men do, that one last drop will always stay in there.
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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    I always wipe. It feels super awkward otherwise.

    Not washing your hands though is even more disgusting.

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    In my experience of university toilets, 50% of men don't wash their hands.

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    (Original post by Josb)
    In my experience of university toilets, 50% of men don't their hands.

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    Trust me, I know :/

    And many girls too...
 
 
 
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