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On a never ending mission to avoid washing my hands, it occurred to
me that, upon urinating in a sitting position, the bottle neck event
that necessitates hand washing is the touching of the hand to the
toilet flushing handle. Those levers on public toilets can be stepped
on if you are agile
enough but don't seem to be designed for it.
What about a lever designed to be activated by your elbow? In a
sitting position your elbow is already right there. And, voila, you
save on soap.
Groom of the stool
Or get someone to do it for you ... [8th of 7, Jul 15 2014]
||But when I lick my elbow I'll get germs and die. (JK).
Okay, not a bad solution. I'll give you a sterile bun for
||I prefer those robot sensors that tell when you have lifted off, then flush overviolently, spraying you with feculent water and bits of toilet paper. At least those are your own germs that have come out of you. And they can go back in. The Circle of Life.