It’s pretty amazing to us how America has gone this long without a more widespread acceptance of thebidet.  We live in a culture that’s pretty obsessed with keeping things clean and sanitary.  Anti-bacterial soaps, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizers, magic sponges and the list goes on.  We’re constantly bombarded with ads telling us how dirty our hands and counter tops are under a magnified lens.  And yet, for perhaps the ‘dirtiest’ part of our daily routines, we just wipe our butts with toilet paper? That should be good, right?

Look, toilet paper‘s fine.  It does its job and for the most part, it’s clean enough.  But can’t we do better? I mean, when our hands get dirty, we wash them with water and soap.  When our dishes get dirty, we wash them in the sink, with water.  So when our butts get dirty, shouldn’t we wash them with water too?  The more you think about it, the more it makes sense.  We wash everything with water – why not our rears? Use a bidet, or better yet, use one of those fancy electronic bidet seats.  It’ll change the way you look at toilet paper forever.