Wisdom by Hindsight
I wouldn’t trust that remote control … 😉 Big John recently posted..Excuse me, but …
I wouldn’t either!
ohmygosh! LOLOL! wow. they have always been known for their exquisite hygiene even from ancient times when most of europe and the rest of the world weren’t even bathing regularly! but i’m with john. too many bells and whistles for me. but altogether a fascinating post rummy. thanks!
I am glad that you enjoyed the post Tammy. I did and wanted to share with my friends.
Unfortunately, the more features, the more complex, and the more things apt to break. Ingenious idea, though. 🙂 Cheerful Monk recently posted..Watermelon Cupcakes
Trust the Japanese to take care of breakdowns if any though. Just look at the automobiles.
The mind boggles mate! The worst toilet I have ever used was the one at the airport when I visited Japan. A stand up job & the place was awash with urine. NEVER again!!! Keith. Keith H. Burgess recently posted..Virginia, 1622
Mine boggled too and that is why I wanted to share with my friends.
1. There’s a marvelouse scene in No Time For Sergeants, with Andy Griffith, about a soldier who decides to be the best enlisted soldier ever, and wires all the toilets in the latrine to salute on inspections day, (youtube) 2 i. The worst toilets we ever used were a. an outhouse in the Ozark mountains, with real dried corncobs, corn removed, as tp, and b. a flight of stairs up to a raised platform, two handles to hold on to, and a hole in the ground (in southern France- and try that one when you are vision impaired) 3. the first thing that went through my mind, was, what if someone has a pacemaker? 4. the second was, surely that will put the entire league of snoopy pushy toilet ladies out of work. hm. maybe not such a bad thing. Dunnasead recently posted..Ye Olde Days
I must say that you have had some weird experiences!
Actually, my experience at a conference in Hyderabad, where an entire room of women waiting to use the bathroom wanted to touch my legs because I was wearing nylons, and my arms because I don’t shave them, and the material of my california desert clothes I had on because of the heat I found totally fascinating. And the fact that it was done in an unagressive way even more so. (As was the open intellectual aggression of the academics and most of all the head of the newspaper reporters there, but that’s another story.) Dunnasead recently posted..Ye Olde Days
I can well imagine the scene. Incidentally, Hyderabad is one of the cities where I have lived and my late wife was a native of that city and we used to visit it often after we moved out.
I am glad that you enjoyed the post Cathy.
Makes me proud of my Toto toilets. But I do miss Shibuya. Those were the good ole’ days.
A typical Eastern saving of effort and time, a two in one response!
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