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Have you ever used a bidet?

I’ve never used a bidet until today

I’m at my girlfriend’s brothers house for Thanksgiving

He has a bidet

I used it

I used it on full strength intensity

I think I was just raped by the toilet
 
Been wanting one for a long time.. Had a house years ago , we were about to pull the trigger on three of those Toto Washlet bidets, one for each bathroom.. they have LED lights, remote control, water temp control, seat warmer, self cleaning, toilet seat goes down as you approach- the works.. but then we split up and sold the house, and ive never gotten around to buying one.. seems like a great investment for ur home though, and think of all the $$ you’ll save on toilet paper .
 
Been wanting one for a long time.. Had a house years ago , we were about to pull the trigger on three of those Toto Washlet bidets, one for each bathroom.. they have LED lights, remote control, water temp control, seat warmer, self cleaning, toilet seat goes down as you approach- the works.. but then we split up and sold the house, and ive never gotten around to buying one.. seems like a great investment for ur home though, and think of all the $$ you’ll save on toilet paper .
That’s the same one they have
 
I am sure it has already happened... but someday, someone, somewhere is going to try and redneck engineer a bidet to disastrous results... I wonder if it will land in the "All things Flordia Man" or "Texas, the new Florid" thread?
 
I have the cheap, cold water attachments on two toilets and one of the expensive, japanese style attachments in the main bathroom.

I think that I prefer the cold water attachments. This time of year is a bit rough though.
 
It isn't the cleaning that I have questions about with a bidet, it's the drying. That setting has to be efficacious but not overpowering. Can't leave the bathroom feeling a little wet or too dry.
 
It isn't the cleaning that I have questions about with a bidet, it's the drying. That setting has to be efficacious but not overpowering. Can't leave the bathroom feeling a little wet or too dry.
I have what I call Terrible Towels on the back of the toilets but a bit of toilet paper is usually sufficient. You need a bit anyway to make sure that it worked
 

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