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RE: panese Toiles

Postby ika_squid » Sun 07.03.2005 2:13 pm

I'm not sure if this belongs in the translation section.
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RE: panese Toiles

Postby ika_squid » Sun 07.03.2005 2:14 pm

Go here though http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_toilet

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RE: panese Toiles

Postby kempokatt » Sun 07.03.2005 2:47 pm

Japanese toilets can range from a thing that you squat over (looks like a urinal only it lays flat!) to fully automatic, heated, coushioned, self wiping/drying things that play music/sounds to cover up your own 'sounds' and spray deodorant!

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RE: panese Toiles

Postby Nameless » Sun 07.03.2005 2:59 pm

:omy god they look funny
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RE: panese Toiles

Postby jinksys » Thu 07.07.2005 3:19 am

yeah...im not too hip to the "squat and drop" toilets :-X
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RE: panese Toiles

Postby Spaztick » Fri 07.08.2005 12:45 am

Actually I'd think I'd prefer those, much more sanitary, not having to sit where 100's of other butts were. :D
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RE: panese Toiles

Postby Harisenbon » Fri 07.08.2005 2:52 am

I still prefer the nice expensive self cleaning ones that they have in restraunts... but yeah, as far as public toilets go, japaense style is a hell of a lot more sanitary than western.

Actually though, I apparently have GREAT bowel control. I've never had a need to use a japanese toilet, even though my work doesn't have western styles.

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