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datlas 04-14-22 10:35 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22472204)
What do you do if itís green?

BRAT diet

datlas 04-14-22 10:36 AM


Originally Posted by ls01 (Post 22472183)
Too many watts

Unpossible

bampilot06 04-14-22 10:38 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22472204)
What do you do if itís green?


Run.

Velo Vol 04-14-22 10:40 AM

The more you people talk about boating, the worse it sounds. #TeamTerraFirma

Mojo31 04-14-22 10:41 AM

6/5", 380 lb offensive lineman from South Dallas school.

https://twitter.com/barstoolsports/s...cX_NneTf-3cvoA

ls01 04-14-22 10:44 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22472204)
What do you do if itís green?

see your dr.

ls01 04-14-22 10:45 AM

Thrsday Night ride meeting tonight. Meeting only no ride yet.

ls01 04-14-22 10:47 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22472226)
The more you people talk about boating, the worse it sounds. #TeamTerraFirma

You people! There it is!

bampilot06 04-14-22 10:52 AM


Originally Posted by ls01 (Post 22472235)
Thrsday Night ride meeting tonight. Meeting only no ride yet.


Do you talk about bikes at the meeting?

bampilot06 04-14-22 10:53 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22472226)
The more you people talk about boating, the worse it sounds. #TeamTerraFirma


I donít think it they make it sound worse, but it hasnít peaked my interest yet either.

genejockey 04-14-22 11:18 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22472204)
What do you do if itís green?

Stop eating/drinking things with blue food coloring.

genejockey 04-14-22 11:23 AM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22472136)
It's an irritant. It doesn't really clean anything well.

Res Ipsa Loquitur

A few years back, I was listening to a bit on NPR about a company trying to sell a fancy toilet seat with bidet capabilities in America. The CEO said he would have people dip their fingers in some kind of mud/clay substance, and then offer them either paper to wipe it off, or water to wash it off. And then imagine it's poop.

But still, they don't seem to catch on. Maybe because a regular toilet seat is about $20-30, and doesn't require its own electricity or plumbing.

genejockey 04-14-22 11:25 AM


Originally Posted by bampilot06 (Post 22472242)
I donít think it they make it sound worse, but it hasnít peaked my interest yet either.

Our ancestor worked hard and sacrificed for us to have flush toilets and a sanitary sewer system, and I for one will not deny them that victory.

WhyFi 04-14-22 11:31 AM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22472269)
A few years back, I was listening to a bit on NPR about a company trying to sell a fancy toilet seat with bidet capabilities in America. The CEO said he would have people dip their fingers in some kind of mud/clay substance, and then offer them either paper to wipe it off, or water to wash it off. And then imagine it's poop.

But still, they don't seem to catch on. Maybe because a regular toilet seat is about $20-30, and doesn't require its own electricity or plumbing.

Wand-type bidets are inexpensive, easily installed, and effective. I was introduced to them as re-marketed diaper sprayers when our first was in cloth diapers. Once I realized what our "diaper sprayer" actually was, I gave it a try and there was no going back. I really dislike using TP now, other than to dab dry.

Mojo31 04-14-22 11:33 AM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22472269)
A few years back, I was listening to a bit on NPR about a company trying to sell a fancy toilet seat with bidet capabilities in America. The CEO said he would have people dip their fingers in some kind of mud/clay substance, and then offer them either paper to wipe it off, or water to wash it off. And then imagine it's poop.

But still, they don't seem to catch on. Maybe because a regular toilet seat is about $20-30, and doesn't require its own electricity or plumbing.

You really need the bidet seat for your terlet. There is even one on sale right now: Kohler Novita BH-90 / 93 Bidet Seat, Kohler Novita Bidet (bidetking.com)

Unfortunately, it only comes in white or I'd be jumping all over it. :rolleyes: Our toilets are bisque. :cry:

That and we don't have an electrical outlet in our "water closet."

Mojo31 04-14-22 11:37 AM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22472277)
Wand-type bidets are inexpensive, easily installed, and effective. I was introduced to them as re-marketed diaper sprayers when our first was in cloth diapers. Once I realized what our "diaper sprayer" actually was, I gave it a try and there was no going back. I really dislike using TP now, other than to dab dry.

Isn't that cold during the winter?

datlas 04-14-22 11:42 AM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22472277)
Wand-type bidets are inexpensive, easily installed, and effective. I was introduced to them as re-marketed diaper sprayers when our first was in cloth diapers. Once I realized what our "diaper sprayer" actually was, I gave it a try and there was no going back. I really dislike using TP now, other than to dab dry.

[MENTION=185471]WhyFi[/MENTION] gets it.

genejockey 04-14-22 11:46 AM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22472280)
You really need the bidet seat for your terlet. There is even one on sale right now: Kohler Novita BH-90 / 93 Bidet Seat, Kohler Novita Bidet (bidetking.com)

Unfortunately, it only comes in white or I'd be jumping all over it. :rolleyes: Our toilets are bisque. :cry:

That and we don't have an electrical outlet in our "water closet."

Only $800!

Mojo31 04-14-22 11:49 AM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22472294)
Only $800!

But, its on sale!

And, you never have to touch the seat or lid. And, it has a nifty remote control. And, wait there's more . . .

genejockey 04-14-22 11:49 AM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22472285)
Isn't that cold during the winter?

Since our house is L-shaped, with the water heater on the short leg of the L and the back bathroom near the end of the long leg, it takes a LONG TIME for hot water to reach their. Like most of a minute running the shower before the water heats up. I don't think I've EVER gotten warm water out of the faucet back there, without waiting a long time. So, water temp would be a problem.

genejockey 04-14-22 11:50 AM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22472298)
But, its on sale!

And, you never have to touch the seat or lid. And, it has a nifty remote control. And, wait there's more . . .

Another remote to lose!

Trsnrtr 04-14-22 11:52 AM


Originally Posted by Mojo31 (Post 22472075)
Surprised they didn't pass these out to the women.

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...8eb18cc4ac.jpg

My wife uses P-Mates. They fit in a jersey pocket. https://www.pmateusa.com/

If they ask how you found out when you order which they usually do, say, "Peggy told me."

Mojo31 04-14-22 11:53 AM


Originally Posted by genejockey (Post 22472299)
Since our house is L-shaped, with the water heater on the short leg of the L and the back bathroom near the end of the long leg, it takes a LONG TIME for hot water to reach their. Like most of a minute running the shower before the water heats up. I don't think I've EVER gotten warm water out of the faucet back there, without waiting a long time. So, water temp would be a problem.

They make the hand-held bidets with a mixing valve. But, to use that you have to have a hot and cold water source behind your toilet.

Trsnrtr 04-14-22 11:54 AM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 22472090)
Does a bear **** in the woods?

I've heard that bears wipe with bunny rabbits. :innocent:

LesterOfPuppets 04-14-22 11:55 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22472204)
What do you do if itís green?

I just got a 24oz beet and carrot juice, fun toilet bowl colours coming soon.


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