Post Reply Would you like your toilet(s) to have a bidet function?
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Would you like your toilet(s) to have a bidet function?
I would.
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I do not think my toilet needs to be a follower of Karana, the Rainkeeper.
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jtjumper wrote:

Would you like your toilet(s) to have a bidet function?
I would.


I'd rather have a separate bidet.

A friend of mine used to live in an apartment that had a bidet. During parties he'd have to decorate it festively and do things like fill it with flowers so guests would be less likely to piss in it.
Posted 7/13/16 , edited 7/13/16

lorreen wrote:

A friend of mine used to live in an apartment that had a bidet. During parties he'd have to decorate it festively and do things like fill it with flowers so guests would be less likely to piss in it.


Which reminds me...

No, carry on...
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Hrafna, I love you.
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I mean, of course I would. But I don't think that I'd use it.
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No. The styles of the toilets in my house help minimize water usage. A bidet would undermine my goal of saving money.
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aeb0717 wrote:

No. The styles of the toilets in my house help minimize water usage. A bidet would undermine my goal of saving money.


But bidets help reduce toilet paper usage. Without one, soft stools can quickly deplete TP rolls.
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