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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

watery wednesday: Water closet




http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com/

This is a different kind of water post. I am a teacher, and I encourage my students to put on their green thinking caps and be creative. So i am doing the same. I am posting a water closet which is otherwise known as a toilet.

In this post in my other site, I said
http://annsnowchin.blogspot.com/2010/08/ruby-red-tuesday-toilet-in-west.html I will post a photo of a very elite toilet, where you don't need loo paper and it even massages you. LOL

When I gave birth to my first daughter in Auckland, my hospital room had a bidet. All the women who had given birth would tell you how tender your bottom is. It was heavenly to use the bidet. I could just sit on the bidet the whole day long. How clever the French were.

This water closet supercedes the bidet. It is in the house of someone rich and famous and is known as a Japanese High Tech Loo. As you can see from the colorful array of buttons on the complicated control panel, there are a lot of functions. I don't mind having ten babies if I have a toilet like this. The jet of water can spray you clean and massage you. You save from toilet paper as the warm air will dry you. All in all, a wonderful experience without using your hands.

14 comments:

Lara Neusiedler said...

haha, wow, technology reaches the most unexpected places :)). a fun and interesting post!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow it's technology indeed!I have never seen it before!
Léia

Joe Todd said...

I would want to push all the buttons at once LOL

Evelyn said...

:) I loved the toilets in Japan and Korea. So much fun!

ps. Thanks for visiting my post. The brown paper bag vase was unique because it was standing upright - I'm sure there was a bottle or a real vase inside. Anyway, I had loads of time over breakfast, but I'm not sure how long I took. I don't draw very fast...

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

yes, yes, yes.....I can almost feel this...it IS super.

rainfield61 said...

Wow, you show me such a big mouth...

Technology is good, but the big mouth is not good for my dinner.

eden said...

Wow, Ann this is my first time to see toilet as modern as this. Wish I could experience such things..hehehe

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I haven't seen a toilet this technologically advanced either. It was a creative choice for watery wednesday.

George said...

This is a very interesting -- and different -- Watery Wednesday post. Isn't technology wonderful?

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

A high tech toilet is fun.

lina@happy family said...

It's a very high tech water closet! So interesting :)
Thanks for dropping by...

Ruth said...

WOW! I want one too. I remember a bad plastic contraption called a sitz bath, or something, that was nothing like this.

JO said...

OMG! that is simply just intriguing.



~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~

Shirley said...

Certainly a different twist on Watery Wednesday! :) I used a bidet after the birth of my children too and it helps so much!