Wednesday, November 25, 2009

See? I Am Not Crazy

Those of you who poo-pooed (yes! pun!) my post on how awesome Japanese toilets are surely must be kicking yourselves now (I know you are), because here is proof that they really are the most wondrous inventions: The Telegraph says so.

Thanks to JP for the link. J, if you're wondering, stands for John, and P stands for Padme. Or something.)


That is all.

3 comments:

CKHB said...

I find it fascinating that in the same city in Japan, one can find a toilet that practically rubs your back for you, AND the same day find a toilet that is nothing but a hole in the ground, BYOTP (bring your own toilet paper). They've really got modern accommodations and ancient tradition side-by-side for everything.

Sierra Godfrey said...

Thanks for that Carrie! Great observation. The cross between old and new worlds is one of the things that fascinates me about Greece, too. Santorini is a pretty sophisticated island but there is no water source so they have to ship water in where they hold it in wells. And in the 80s you couldn't put toilet paper down the toilet because the sewer system couldn't handle it. You had to put it in a bin next to the toilet. Very gross.

Travener said...

But can this Japanese toilet write?

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