“Sounds messy! Wouldn’t you need paper to dry off with anyways??”
Bidets are 100% less “messy” than wiping. The water comes in a small strong jet that illuminates almost instantly all messy remains. As for the “drying” after, I use a unique towel only used for that. I stand up and use the towel with both hands standing up, going a couple of times to and fro between my legs. And everything is over. I don’t even have to wash my hands since my butt does all the work, and it is cleaned by the bidet alone.
It would be best if you tried it. It is going to be the best $50.00 that you will have ever spent. And, if you do, I’ll be the winner since you will think of me every time you poop for the rest of your life.
“That’s awesome you got a chance to form a close relationship with that family though.” Yes! Indeed! Look at them: https://agaudreault.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/house.jpg And the best of all is that this family as a whole loves me (76 years old) as much as I love them (from 3 to 36 years old)
PS Elisabeth, the youngest, has been raised by nine mother figures who love her like crazy; she’s funny and humoristic like hell with all the pranks they play on her all the time. Can you imagine how strong she will be emotionally?
She is the only one born in Canada and intentionally brought to life as a gift to the family, which they all appreciate since her birth.
It’s me again. 11 years old Hajem, one year after coming from a country at war, and after having adopted me as his Grandpa, told me, looking straight at me: ”Just call me!” While sited beside me in my car after I asked him if he would help and defend the older man I was becoming.
This answer from an 11 years old surprised me. I then released how he had been affected by the war in which he had lived all his life.