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I've been visiting Singapore for two weeks now (having lived here before), and I immediately got accustomed to automatic flushing and faucets. However, it will probably take me again at least two months to learn to flush or turn on the faucet when back in Europe.
If your talking sensor activated some public restrooms here in America have those.
Though now I'd like to try the Japanese ones just to see what it's like. ;)
As an american with dual citizenship and also married to an Italian, what are your thoughts on Brexit?
I'm as surprised as everyone else. I was totally convinced they'd stay. I think it was a dumb idea, and they're going to pay for it now.What are your thoughts?
I honestly don't know enough about global politics to act like I have an informed opinion, but the fact that certain political personages considered it a good idea makes me think it was probably a bad one.
Ah, yes. The amazing Japanese toilets. They'll do anything for you short of a face-lift. My favorite feature was the heated toilet seat. Japanese restrooms (at least in private homes) get COLD during the winter, and a warm toilet seat is quite a luxury under such circumstances.
I LOVED that feature! It's like sitting on it after a fat, warm person just got up...
My teacher who went to Japan said there were lots of toilets that were on the ground and you had to wear specific shoes for the toilet.
They have those too. And yeah when you walk into the bathroom there are special toilet shoes you have to put on....who knows why.
Because you won't really like it if somehow you slip or lose your balance and... I'll spare you the details
Because who doesnt want a special pair of toilet shoes?
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