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(SoraNews24)   On this side of the Pacific, we would call this "the drug tray"   (soranews24.com) divider line
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2021-10-24 10:38:08 PM  
Dive bar I used to frequent has a problem with the back of the toilets being used as such, so they glued astroturf down to the tank lids. Within the night it was ripped off and the adhesive reside was chiseled out of the way. Altogether impressive display of will.
 
2021-10-24 10:38:28 PM  
FTFA     "This makes me emotional!"

Fair enough. But when you clap and cry tears of joy, the people in the other stalls become concerned.
 
2021-10-24 10:42:20 PM  
The hotel restrooms at the event I went to last weekend had sturdy shelves over the TP dispenser at the right height to set important stuff on while sitting, and could definitely hold more than one kilogram.
 
2021-10-24 10:48:06 PM  
The Japanese are so far advanced in toilet technology. Their toilet experience is that of wonder and magic. Ours is a dull fecal affair.
 
2021-10-24 10:51:09 PM  
likewise, having a small 3 legged table with a vase or small decorative is handy when coming home and having to balance a bag, keys, take out et cetera. good yard sale find.
 
2021-10-24 10:52:41 PM  
Japan? Where's the bin for soiled panties?
 
2021-10-24 10:54:00 PM  

MBooda: Japan? Where's the bin for soiled panties?


You get those at the vending machine by the door.
 
2021-10-24 10:55:13 PM  
How often do they get broken by people farking against them? My side-piece is a *kind* of an accessory, right?
 
2021-10-24 11:01:00 PM  

sinko swimo: likewise, having a small 3 legged table with a vase or small decorative is handy when coming home and having to balance a bag, keys, take out et cetera. good yard sale find.


Yeah... i bring all that into my bathroom too. Dig into the takeout wings while I'm shiatting. Like a TV tray, right next to my toilet!
Prop up the phone, watch tik-tok videos, skip the dumb ones with my poo finger.
Perfect bathroom set-up!
 
2021-10-24 11:02:04 PM  

Boojum2k: The hotel restrooms at the event I went to last weekend had sturdy shelves over the TP dispenser at the right height to set important stuff on while sitting, and could definitely hold more than one kilogram.


Holy shiat, how much blow do you do?!
 
2021-10-24 11:03:44 PM  
I hope someone cleans that tray once in a while
 
2021-10-24 11:08:27 PM  
I the US that would be called "vandalized and broken" in under 4 hours
 
2021-10-24 11:09:27 PM  

Notabunny: FTFA     "This makes me emotional"


Oh Japan, never stop being you
 
2021-10-24 11:10:45 PM  
Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.
 
2021-10-24 11:17:24 PM  

jaivirtualcard: I hope someone cleans that tray once in a while


I've never seen them used in the U.S. except to hold used feminine napkins.
 
2021-10-24 11:18:35 PM  

MBooda: Japan? Where's the bin for soiled panties?


I just noticed the existence of a bin at my local grocery store, for used tempura oil.

When I find the panty bin, I'll let you know.
 
2021-10-24 11:22:23 PM  
I'm afraid to go into my bathroom now

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2021-10-24 11:22:40 PM  

talkyournonsense: Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.


There is a source of water right there...  Not the bowl, the tank.
 
2021-10-24 11:24:23 PM  
*clicks link*

That's pretty f'n considerate of them! Why can't we have that in the U.S.?
 
2021-10-24 11:25:09 PM  

Moniker o' Shame: talkyournonsense: Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.

There is a source of water right there...  Not the bowl, the tank.


Most modern public toilets in Japan have no tanks, just a flush valve on the back.
 
2021-10-24 11:28:22 PM  

aagrajag: Moniker o' Shame: talkyournonsense: Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.

There is a source of water right there...  Not the bowl, the tank.

Most modern public toilets in Japan have no tanks, just a flush valve on the back.


What?! I thought Japan was a place where they just go in the street? /s
 
2021-10-24 11:31:05 PM  

casey17: *clicks link*

That's pretty f'n considerate of them! Why can't we have that in the U.S.?


Have you ever been in a public restroom in the U.S.?
 
2021-10-24 11:34:37 PM  

MetaDeth: aagrajag: Moniker o' Shame: talkyournonsense: Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.

There is a source of water right there...  Not the bowl, the tank.

Most modern public toilets in Japan have no tanks, just a flush valve on the back.

What?! I thought Japan was a place where they just go in the street? /s


Nah, that's China.

Although, to be fair, until about one hundred years ago, reliving oneself in the ditch was considered socially-acceptable.

They have quite a lot of public washrooms now, and the rare asshole who steals the toilet paper there makes the news.
 
2021-10-24 11:36:04 PM  

real_headhoncho: casey17: *clicks link*

That's pretty f'n considerate of them! Why can't we have that in the U.S.?

Have you ever been in a public restroom in the U.S.?


Dude, I won't even transfer planes in your country. I ain't about to use the restrooms there.
 
2021-10-24 11:36:19 PM  

aagrajag: MetaDeth: aagrajag: Moniker o' Shame: talkyournonsense: Still waiting for the day I don't have to handle my bag/ jacket with unwashed hands.

There is a source of water right there...  Not the bowl, the tank.

Most modern public toilets in Japan have no tanks, just a flush valve on the back.

What?! I thought Japan was a place where they just go in the street? /s

Nah, that's China.

Although, to be fair, until about one hundred years ago, reliving oneself in the ditch was considered socially-acceptable.

They have quite a lot of public washrooms now, and the rare asshole who steals the toilet paper there makes the news.


I haven't relived myself in a ditch since my drinking days.

/memories
 
2021-10-24 11:39:10 PM  

croesius: Dive bar I used to frequent has a problem with the back of the toilets being used as such, so they glued astroturf down to the tank lids. Within the night it was ripped off and the adhesive reside was chiseled out of the way. Altogether impressive display of will.


they used to put vaseline on the backs of the toilet so when someone tried to do a line things wouldnt work so well, so many fights started off of that.
 
2021-10-24 11:49:18 PM  
I guess when the only pr0n you can get on your phone is heavily pixelated you need both hands available to ensure the successful completion of your 2-minute workout.
 
2021-10-24 11:56:15 PM  

real_headhoncho: casey17: *clicks link*

That's pretty f'n considerate of them! Why can't we have that in the U.S.?

Have you ever been in a public restroom in the U.S.?


Yes - many times. They don't have courtesy trays to do drugs off of.
 
2021-10-25 12:49:47 AM  

jclaggett: MBooda: Japan? Where's the bin for soiled panties?

You get those at the vending machine by the door.


If you know the right places in Akihabara, there is a bin next to the cashier.

Take a panty, Leave a panty.
 
2021-10-25 3:57:41 AM  
Gee thanks, grandma.

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2021-10-25 6:14:18 AM  

Boojum2k: The hotel restrooms at the event I went to last weekend had sturdy shelves over the TP dispenser at the right height to set important stuff on while sitting, and could definitely hold more than one kilogram.


Of drugs or poop?

Inquiring minds.
 
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