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Water Or Tissue Paper When You Crap?

yes, when you crap, do you use water or tissue paper.

there seems to be a cultural convergeance in this matter.

looks like the yorubas use water to TAMBA. the igbos like to use paper, whether toilet paper or Champion (or their new one, SUN). HAUSAs(especially the ALMAJIRIS) just dont bother about either of them. am i right?

let`s run through it.

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I can never dream of using paper. it is a waste and it is extremely disgusting. just imagine all the residue stuck up there. fellow Nairalanders, dont find this topic revolting. it s about personal hygeine, which is very important. Most Northeners use water. Also i dont know why people call Yoruba dirty. i personally find the fact that they use water, very clean on their part. Also most Asians use Water. It is the norm with most tribespeople and it is right. all you need to bear in mind is to use your left hand, keep your nails short and use a fair amount of water and soap to wash your hands (or detol). The Ancients ofcourse and many tribespeople use sand & water to clean their hand.

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Why do people like walking around with their Bottom wet?

I use paper, then wash my hands. I've never had any "residue" on my hands from using toilet paper.

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I dont understand o, how the hell do you clean up wit sand?

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ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

una no go kill person for this forum!

well, i have used em, em, dont laugh please, i have used leaves and handkerchief (when the thing catch me for road), sand (when we were with great grannie as a child), tissue paper most of the time.

but what i am comfortable with when i am home and my heater is in good condition issssssssss WATER.

lol

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We might need to find a way around this. We cant wait till NL does it oh.

Be creative baby. Hit me up someday. check me profile. An email would do. Come on!!! Yes you can!!!!!!

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ok darl,

but seriously we should have our own private corner on this NL. where we can talk undisturbed , Maybe its time for NL to hav Instant Messaging

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Toyosi,

No mind am jare. Na beef dey worry am

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Farotika dey use "Ewe Ipin" One leaf like sandpaper

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why not leaves or even sand?

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for me it's water all the way.

whenever i use tissue, i still feel like i am not clean.

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Also Add leaves to the option. Nor be everybody get supermarket near house or water to throw away when them nor see drink.

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Me am hausa man but grew up in Niger republic.

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chamotex,

why not your boxers, methylated spirit, or earthmamas saliva

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which naija language do you speak?

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FULL BLOODED NAIJA BABE!!!!! GBA BEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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just take a flight to Nigeria then make a change over flight or take another flight to Briafra.

            The ticket is 2.50 naira don't let them cheat you and try to have change in your pocket.

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I meant maintaining it in public toilets.

Toilets in your house are not under strict health and safety regs set by the government but the public ones are.

You feel me now?

where do you live by the way?

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I think this is where we're misunderstanding each other.

Where I live, every house has it and it's been together with other sanitary equipements in the bathroom it's part of the appartment.

so i don't see why it should be an expensive thing.

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It's not as straight forward as that.

Health and Safety regulations in UK are quite intensive. The special attn that would have to be paid to the nose of the tap pointing towards the rectal area may be quite vast and systematic.

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Who told you that they're too expensive to maintain? it's just a ceramic that you only clean them like an ordinary closet. doesn't use eletricity or battery to run.

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they exist in private homes . . . . which I have seen. It would be too expensive to maintain if they went public.

Yes I have used public toilets(e.g at the cinema, work, people's houses{yes they are classifies as public}, shopping malls e.t.c).

There are some that are as clean as the ones at home because there is someone paid to clean them regularly to meet up with health and safety regulations.

Do you have a problem with public toilets?

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That object is made and used mostly by women and with the additional use by men who cares to be clean.

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This is often use in private homes sincerely I've not seen it in public toilets.

      Do you often use public toilets?

    Are you saying in London they don't exist?

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have you seen this before?

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errr. . . . . no i don't eat with unwashed hands. As soon as i get home i wash my hands before even venturing into the kitchen.

A pondering thought. . . , . . so how do you get the water into the cubicle when you doing the deed in public?

I get it when you're home . . , . . . . then you can make the neccessary adjustments (I still feel like puking)

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you got it all wrong sister, you dear not engaged that with your right hand besides do you often eat with hands without washing them?

AS I said earlier there are soap made for them to keep you properly in a hygiene state and you've to wash your hands before comming out of the rest room.

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Hygienically if we have to be, using paper first and getting your privates washed at the BIDET with a special soap made for it and get your hands washed too with a hand soap, makes you clean and saves you the embarrassment of your partner complaining of your genital unpleasant odor.

      I use both paper and water each time I used the toilets and sometimes when I engaged on a long day sitting down.

  sometimes we may not be aware of the unpleasant odor that comes out of our middle chamber until one informs us with embarrassment.

       I normally wash my privates often even without using the toilets to be sure of not producing an unpleasant odor  during sex, or when getting closer to people.

    I make it as a point of duty since I'm the type who sleeps in my Unclad.

              So it's not a question of tribe it's a question of hygiene and body being properly taken care of.

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i use water too,  The south africans i used to live with used to look at me like am local,  I did not mind, Honestly! I am hairy and even in there. i can't use paper, lailai , except if i wanan lie to myself. Even when i go out, the first thing i do when i come back home is to wash my "furo" and change my boxers straight

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personally, i use water. that is the only way i believe i can be clean.

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Please consider this question: when a baby craps on himself, what is used to clean him up?

Now, there's your answer!

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