When I took an extended cruise around the Mediterranean Sea back in the
late 50s, courtesy of the US Navy, there were a lot of those shitholes
in the countries I visited. At least they had toilet paper, or what they
called toilet paper, in the stalls.
As an engineer working with other engineers, we were sitting around
one day thinking about just this problem.....
We came up with a modification of a 2 reel movie projector to
do this job..... the biggest problem was determining who would remove
the second reel...
....... we had a lot of time on our hands back then...
On Fri, 9 Dec 2011 13:50:30 -0800 (PST), DerbyDad03
That's because you dont have a motion sensing asshole. You still have
to shit the old fashioned way "(the groan and squeeze method)". Once
you get your asshole upgraded, the toilet paper *WILL* dispense
automatically, and it will even wipe your ass for you once you stand
up. However, if you dont stand up after 5 minutes, a baseball bat
will snap off the wall and knock you off the toilet, so the next guy
can use it.
By the way, I hate those damn sensor sink faucets. Seems I spend more
time waving my hands and dancing around to get the damn things to
How about just doing away with toilet paper altogether?
The Kohler Numi, among other advanced toilets, provides a bidet-like jet
of water to cleanse the anal area, followed by a jet of warm air to dry
the anal area. That's more sanitary and less irritating than rubbing
the anal area with toilet paper.
-- Steven L.
I told my wife that I was thinking about putting in one of those in
our remodeled master bathroom. She reminded me very quickly and in no
uncertain terms that there was no way she was using one of those damn
things considering that we have to wait several minutes to get hot
water to the bathroom. In the interests of having a good nights sleep
without hearing a scream in the middle of the night, I quickly forgot
Haven't heard of automatic tissue dispensers, but there ARE automatic
cellophane toilet seat covers. At one time, these were installed in the
ladies' lavatories at O'Hare airport.
I think a goodly fortune was made in selling the "used" toilet seat covers,
via vending machines, in Japan.
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