Blog posts about rectal hygiene are not my usual fare, so I’m going to keep this one short and sweet. Robot toilets are amazing and the rest of the world is way behind Japan.
The Robot Toilets – Everyone in Japan has one
Well, maybe not everyone. But they are extremely common in Japan. Look through Airbnb listings and you will find that most places (except for some of the really old residential apartments) offer an arse-cleaner. Even when I first visited this country, about 15 years ago, the robot toilet was fairly widely available.
That surprised me back then, because I had been led to believe that standard Japanese toilets consisted of little more than a hole in the floor (quite a few public toilets still offer this as a choice). Back then I was also too squeamish, and unsure or the controls to give it a go, so I took care of my rear-end the usual way – like a barbarian.
Cleanliness is Godliness…
You see, here’s the thing – using a robot to spray-clean your caboose is surely more hygienic than the good-old fist full of dunny rag.
I said I’m not going to go into much detail in this post. I really don’t feel the need to get into the nasty specifics of the task at hand (so to speak), but just think about it for a moment, which is really better – wiping away the last remaining drops of clean water from a sparkling rectum, or chasing dangleberries with the two-ply…?