err, it's quite obvious that the "y=x^3" curve-shaped edge on the left side of the paper would fit the curve from your...monsveneris to perineum quite well, so your leak gets direction, lol
umm...actually I just want to make sure that you don't want to use it as using a bivalve speculum (-_-!)
Ami...I'm really sorry, but this story was on ChinaSmack awhile ago.
But you can still post that stuff here! We still like it.
And yes, those paper thingies are so you can aim the pee stream. For the record, I've always wanted to use the phrase "aim the pee stream".
Also, one of the comments I read in the original ChinaSmack post bears repeating:
Apparently they introduced these toilets to save water - but producing those little paper thingies will result in a lot (maybe a lot?) of trees being cut down. Environmental awareness fail?
Hahahahaha ... the water that this can save, might ...and I stress "might" ... grow more trees? It sounds very similar to one of those silly-but-cute ideas that Japanese came up with all the time ...
It's all good, I think this was an older story. Posted last year at some time. Nice to see this one again actually, as it is just as amusing the second time around.
hmmm...the only limit is your imagination...lol~
I saw a tv-report about this same idea sometime between 1995 and year 2000. But I never heard this idea being introduced as an enviromental savor :)
It's a genius idea. If that paper can't be disposable it's gonna be fine.
That's really gonna save ressources. Each girl a paper, same type of toilets, once a girl wants to pee, the paper is in her bag, uses it and put it back again.
@阿姆雷特, "I won't be able to tell if thats a ladyboy pissing or a girl, cause they'll all be standin now.....horror"
It sounds like you're not working the proper angles with your bathroom spy cameras. And don't tell me that you delete recordings of fat chicks and trannies. You know there's a niche market for that.
The toilets in beijing without sit is also unisex... this idea is weird, i like it
why dont they use cat litter to solve the water saving problem?