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    Super Member Peckish's Avatar
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    I recently saw an article about some people who prefer to use cloth diapers, and decided to expand that idea to cloth toilet paper and cloth sanitary napkins.

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    I'll stick with t.p. untill the bitter end!(no pun intended)
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    What a thought, especially with the world going paperless due to Telephones, PCs, IPods and everything else that's electronic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    I recently saw an article about some people who prefer to use cloth diapers, and decided to expand that idea to cloth toilet paper and cloth sanitary napkins.
    exactly - it was on "Extreme Frugal Nutcases" on TV - make your own cloth TP, wash after use. No thanks.

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    I can remember about 60 years ago when a neighbor of ours built a bathroom onto their house. The man insisted on a urinal. My mom didn't think that was such a nice idea.

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    You can buy a bidet seat and install it on your regular toilet. There is also a cheap gizmo that you can attch and it squirts water but it is cold.

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    a toilet that comes equipped with a bidet and an air-blower Now that is what I'm trying to talk my hubby into!
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    I think some people still hesitate to say the word 'toilet' - Some people still will only refer to the stuff a TP

    When I was little, I couldn't imagine why any one would buy 'toilet water' - I didn't know then that it was a dilute form of perfume!

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    I've often thought I'd like to go back in time to live, but then I change my mind quickly!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izaquilter View Post
    a toilet that comes equipped with a bidet and an air-blower Now that is what I'm trying to talk my hubby into!
    You & me both! And a heated seat...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenSimon View Post
    I can remember about 60 years ago when a neighbor of ours built a bathroom onto their house. The man insisted on a urinal. My mom didn't think that was such a nice idea.
    Oh, I think that's a fabulous idea & would do the same thing if I were building a new house. That way if DH "sprinkled when he tinkled" it would be in his area... LOL!
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