12 June 2009

I'm... i'm Speechless


Truly we are living in the end times.

As a side note, I've seen quite a number of the morbidly obese who did need and use just such a device.  Most of them were sort of jury-rigged sticks, not the smooth "anatomically shaped" plastic...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Um, I can't see anything, Movin', is it me or is it you?

PSGramma

Kipper said...

I'd rather see someone use it if they need it rather than live in denial. Although maybe a high-tech Japanese toilet seat would be a more elegant solution. :P

Anonymous said...

@PSGramma - I can't see it either, but I'm reading on my phone.

@Kipper - Not sure what a. Washlet-type toilet seat would do for a sumo-sized person, whether they're rated for use by people that large (unless they're special models for export), and why they'd spend that much money on one...

Washlets I encountered while studying in Japan included one or more of the following: heated seat w/temperature control, rear/front water sprayers (w/pressure and temperature controls), air dryer, sound generator (usually flushing or waterfall - saves water by preventing the need of those embarrassed by the sounds of excretion to flush repeatedly), remote control including seat lift/close (for the men of the house).

Bianca Castafiore said...

There are a few orthopedic situations that might be alleviated by this thingy.

But really, there's nothing more powerful and cleansing than water... so why not get a modified bidet?

Then, when you're out and about and nature calls, there's even the portable bidet, such as the , Olympia Travel Bidet TB-100, now a mere $69.95 (You save $20!) at HygieneForHealth.com!

Un-freaking-incredible...

For home use, nothing beat the Universal Biffy!

Seriously, though, I was brought so low as to almost put a Universal Biffy on my wish-list at Christmas time last year -- I went several months with ill-fitting spacers in lieu of shoulders. Sad to say that even the OT department had no recommendations for how to... um, you know.

Oh dear lord, I have too much to say on this topic. This does not bode well...

ERP said...

I like the fat dude that says "Being a big guy has its advantages but...."
LOL