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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    it's more hygenic for everyone to carry a tiny plastic squirt gun. half a cup of water in the toy gun can do wonders. squirt at arse after shitting. squirt into mouth for a quick rinse. squirt at mei mei neh neh for a wet t-shirt. squirt into eye if dust get in. squirt at peeping tom staring into a hole. very practical. offensive, defensive and preventive. can replace water with acid for attack mode. can fill it with cologne for buaya mode. handy, small and can sneak into pocket, pouch or purse. no contact with kar chng, chee bye or lan jiao. squirt to your heart's content. refill is everywhere where there is a tap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    I'm surprised PUB doesn't allow this when its sold in Singapore and I have 3 of these installed in my house.
    Maybe he meant HDB. You know, HDB can be quite a kaypoh. I have always wanted a urinal in my HDB flat, but HDB will not allow it. Same too for collapsable gate at my balcony.

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    Btw if you guys have stayed in the us check out their drainage systems in their bathrooms. I once rented an apartment and the bloody bathroom had no drain at all yup no drain. Us toilets donts have the water spraying thing too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seamaster View Post
    I incorporated this into my HDB flat toilet more than 10 years ago. And you're not wrong; I was inspired after my first trip to Thailand.

    Have you noticed something ? As you grow older, more often than not the conventional "dry cleaning" method continues to retain some "bird droppings". You may think that you have gotten rid of every stain possible after exhausting some 10 metres worth of toilet roll. But after some 30 minutes or so, you can feel the itch in your asshole (no, I'm not insinuating that you're Dr KPK's patient), and when you return to the toilet and swipe your ass with a clean tissue, you find that it's still stains.

    This is why every toilet should have a spray gun.
    Every toilet should have this as well for those stubborn residue in our ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    Btw if you guys have stayed in the us check out their drainage systems in their bathrooms. I once rented an apartment and the bloody bathroom had no drain at all yup no drain. Us toilets donts have the water spraying thing too

    And bed with ticks or bedbugs. Really need to check.
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    Seen a documentary in Discovery I think, about how the Japanese company invented the automatic washlet, must give it to the Japanese for their obsession with cleanliness and their determination to succeed.

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    The problem with these type of toilet spraying things is that they require additional pipes to fit for the spraying thing to be fit in and of course a drainage system cos the water might spray unto the floor. There's no problems cos in singapore all toilets have drains in them but in some countries their toilets have no drains. My friends apartment in thailand has no drain but he has the spraying thing. Cleaning his toilet floor must be a bitch cos you cannot just spray the floor. Yup the spraying thing can also double up as a toilet floor washer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ykhuser View Post
    but then, some might complain the wet tissue is cold to the skin.need to bring portable warmer to warm out the wet tissue
    body heat. can keep wet wipes under armpit or crotch for warming purposes.
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romagnum View Post
    At home, I will wash and not use paper, more environmentally friendly
    problem with water spray on the arse is that shit or fecal matter gets trapped in very tiny water vapor molecules invisible to your eyes. they are all over when water spout hits anus, sometimes up to 5 feet in the air. you will be breathing in shit thru' your nostrils and mouth. fecal matter carried by vaporized water droplets will rest on any part of your body, including your hair and hands. you wash your hands and face, but the shit will still be on your clothes. you comb your hair, and the shit lands on your comb. you don't see them, but they are all over you. yucks!
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    You're the man buddy, always The Man, damn funny.
    squirt here, squirt there, everywhere squirt squirt.
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    problem with water spray on the arse is that shit or fecal matter gets trapped in very tiny water vapor molecules invisible to your eyes. they are all over when water spout hits anus, sometimes up to 5 feet in the air. you will be breathing in shit thru' your nostrils and mouth. fecal matter carried by vaporized water droplets will rest on any part of your body, including your hair and hands. you wash your hands and face, but the shit will still be on your clothes. you comb your hair, and the shit lands on your comb. you don't see them, but they are all over you. yucks!
    isn't that also said when you flush the toilet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    isn't that also said when you flush the toilet?
    yes! that's why it is absolutely important to cover the toilet bowl before flushing. for public toilets without covers, open the door to the cube first, flush and get the hell out asap, and close the door behind you. scrutinize the toilet cube with a portable fluorescent fecal contamination detector and you shall see shit all over the place.
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    yes! that's why it is absolutely important to cover the toilet bowl before flushing. for public toilets without covers, open the door to the cube first, flush and get the hell out asap, and close the door behind you. scrutinize the toilet cube with a portable fluorescent fecal contamination detector and you shall see shit all over the place.
    sometimes i remember sometimes i forget. Anyway i am sure all of us have flushed a toilet before without closing the cover so we would have all that crap everywhere else huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    sometimes i remember sometimes i forget. Anyway i am sure all of us have flushed a toilet before without closing the cover so we would have all that crap everywhere else huh?
    yes. and that speaks volumes about you.
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    yes. and that speaks volumes about you.
    so you actually remember everytime not even once did you forget?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    so you actually remember everytime not even once did you forget?
    it has become second nature with me when nature calls.
    defecation and urination in public are becoming high-value competitive sports. it's high time for sg to start training athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    it has become second nature with me when nature calls.
    Thanks for the heads up on the microscopic Shit thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    so you actually remember everytime not even once did you forget?
    You can counter-check with his nick/handle in this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    it has become second nature with me when nature calls.
    hopefully your family members or others that use the toilet remember it too if not you'll still get shit stained toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songsongpunggol View Post
    i have this thing on the right in my home. Can anybody shows me how to use it? Hee..



    In the Movie "Dances With the Wolves" Kevin Costner shows how to use this thingy.

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