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January 19, 2017

SO THAT'S WHAT THAT MEANS

Japanese toilet industry agrees to standardize complex bidet controls

This is a wonderful picture:

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(Thanks to Nancy Gill, Phil McAvity and Roberto)

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I saw Stench of Fresh Urine open for Electric Eel Shock who later were awarded their own less complex standardized designation on every Tokoyo Airport toilets.

Looks like a Japanese version of Concentration. Is Hugh Downs going to host?

Finally the UN accomplishes something.

Women, Men, hurricane, tornado, wash your ass, wash it again, farted, constipated. I think I understand.

I was a bit confused on that last one. I thought it was the dot you're supposed to aim for.

Really enjoyable amidst all the carping elsewhere on the internet.

wow those Japanese ESP cards look *really* douchey

^5 @ Loudmouth!

It took 10 people, 10 hours and ten thousand yen to come up with this?

(Still a bargain, compared to The GOP "inaction" committee.)

You may want to just hold it in if you encounter THIS symbol.

Step 6, where you are hurled in the air on a fountain of water, concerns me. However, having lived in Japan, this toilet system is an improvement on the old one.

Dang, they left out the volcano symbol. You know, the one you press to explode the toilet.

Didn't complex bidet controls open for The Cramps at Toilet Fest '89?

The last symbol means Stop, I think. But there's none for Start. So bidets are all just decorative? Or maybe one-time use?

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