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Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

Posted by enduring (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 12, 14 at 17:21

You remember the birthday party game...

where you took one of these
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and dropped them into one of these
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to accomplish this to win the game
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not this
clothes pin across jar photo clothespinacrossjar_zps91b1b17d.jpg

Well you can lose at this game with the Toto Maris.

This luxury Toto toilet with a washlet looks like the inside of my Toto Maris (without the washlet).
toilet in london hotel photo viewinsidetoiletlikemaris_zps2ef10e7c.jpg

The water level is only a few inches above the bottom. The long cylinder is like a jar and about 4.5" wide and about 7 or so inches tall. So if BM (not the paint brand) is longer than 4.5" it can form a bridge, spanning across left to right. You need to use something to snap the span. It could be another segment of excrement, but if you only had the one, you'll need to find another solution. Flushing multiple times does not help to float it into position, as the water spot never rises very high.

BTW, And whatever you use, don't flush it down the toilet unless it is TP.

And I want to thank Google Images for providing all the pictures for this thread. This way I can remain anonymous with this sensitive topic :)

And BTotherW, I just couldn't bring myself to use the word "turd".

This post was edited by enduring on Sun, Jan 12, 14 at 19:10


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RE: Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

Hahahaha! What's brown and sounds like a bell?

Dung.


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RE: Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

Remind me to never read the bath forum right before dinner.

Thank you for warning us, enduring. Job well done!


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RE: Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

Now this is what you don't think of when shopping! Thanks!

I had a ball reading about toilets when I was researching. Even going to bathroom and toilet specific forums, I have read soooo many ways to delicately ask about and share experience with real life toilet function. Very understandable, and i do it too, but still amusing when you read them for hours.


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RE: Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

Ah, I love the toilet humor! ;-) Had the occasion to use the washlet features on a recent trip to SE Asia. That doohicky comes out only when you turn the knob. You get to decide if your are "done". After it sprays, it retreats. Very, very, very nice. You only need to blot gently (with no residue) then flush. My DH wouldn't even try it. But in SE Asia they can use unheated tap water (since it is alway 90 degrees). Wish I had wired my new bathroom for this option someday. You can save of wiping, when one blot will do. So there is no need to worry about suspending "things" sideways. ;-)

-Babka


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RE: Remember this birthday party game? (Toto Maris toilet review)

So glad to be of help to you all. My mother would be appalled if she read my post!

But I may need to clarify.

The washlet is a red herring in this post, it has nothing to do with my experience. I only found that image in a search, to illustrate the bottom of the toilet that is like my Maris. To bad the bidet is in the image.

I don't have a bidet with my new Maris, but hope to some day soon.


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