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Bidets are wonderful things - hygienic and fun. With
simple addition of an integrated multi-speed
massaging shower head, it could revolutionize
personal hygiene, convenience and bring lots of
smiles, too. Designed mainly, but not exclusively,
women, it would not in any way detract
bidet's more prosaic functions, but simply add
enhanced functionality. According to some informal
market research and anecdotal evidence, this
probably be the closest thing to a working
OK, Baked... (sigh)
Includes video of "Pulsing Action" [lsenater, Oct 27 2001]
||[PS] 1/2 Baked? Barely heated through! This idea
is FAR more practical (though that is hardly a
consideration on 1/2B) and even commercially
viable. I am suggesting a minor modification with
major ramifactions, rather than a whole new,
unlikely device. Much more discreet too... try
explaining the 'Shower Orgasmatron' to your mum
should she pop in to use your loo... "oh, that...
that's a... um... zuccini cleaner... honest..."
||Why, short of fetish, would I want to hover above a cold bidet in a bathroom while masturbating when I could be lying in my warm, fluffy bed instead?
||pong - several top of the line bidets (see link)
feature heated seats. No more cold bidets for you!
And this is pure speculation, but according to the
same "informal market research and anecdotal
evidence", I'd say that bathrooms are the second
most popular masturbation location (bedrooms,
of course, being first). Certainly for the busy and
hygiene-concious onanist on the go, this idea has
plenty of appeal.
||Easy to clean up afterward, people tend to think of it as 'dirty' and seek privacy, and one is less likely to be bothered in a bathroom.
||You do realize that that link you posted is for a toilet seat, not a 'real' bidet, right?
||How is this life-threatening? Or really bizarre?
||Yeah, no clue what he's talking about either.
||The "clean up" is mostly a male issue. I can't believe bathrooms would be anywhere near as popular with women than with men.
||Ping: that may be true - though I once met a
woman who told me she was dating her
handheld showerhead. Similar affinities have
been commonly encountered, even suggested, in
many a 'shocking expose' of female habits in
either female (Cosmo, etc.) or male (FHM, etc.)
oriented media. And it is not so much about 'clean
up' as simply being tidy & convenient.
||S_Chaser: I have to admit the add-on toilet seat /
bidet (see link) is an even better idea that a 'real'
bidet: less plumbing, more space & cost-efficient,
easier to install, backwards-compatible, etc.
||If nothing else, it's easier to clean tile than replace sheets...
||Lsenator, I thought so too, I just wasn't sure if you'd noticed.
||Ever see the 'dancing waters' in the Simpsons show where they ended up in Japan?