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View attachment 233962 I give you the TOTO Washlet.

Granted it is also a bidet and has a heated seat.

I read that 80% or more of homes in Japan have something similar, maybe some lower end, but this is what I see in most places over here.

I may be the first to post a toilette here.
 

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View attachment 233962 I give you the TOTO Washlet.

Granted it is also a bidet and has a heated seat.

I read that 80% or more of homes in Japan have something similar, maybe some lower end, but this is what I see in most places over here.

I may be the first to post a toilette here.
Almost as high tech as the ones I used in Egypt.

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Please tell me that colour on the ceramic tile is natural and not what i'm thinking.lol
That's a web snap so I couldn't tell you, but it's the closest I could find to the one I used on the highway between Alexandria and Cairo! I didnt think to take my camera off the bus to photograph the toilet! This part was fun though....

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I quit wanting to go and see the the pyramids when I found out that their near a McDonald's fast food place. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
 

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I quit wanting to go and see the the pyramids when I found out that their near a McDonald's fast food place. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Nope, you're correct. There's crumbling public housing, McDonald's and KFC there. That's why you only ever see them from one side. Cairo is the anus of the world, most disappointing place I've ever been. I did have a very nice russian pimp offer to show me a ladies chest for free though because he loves canadians.
 
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Nope, you're correct. There's crumbling public housing, McDonald's and KFC there. That's why you only ever see them from one side. Cairo is the anus of the world, most disappointing place I've ever been. I did have a very nice russian pimp offer to show me a ladies chest for free though because he loves canadians.
So did you take him up on his deal?
 

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Nope, you're correct. There's crumbling public housing, McDonald's and KFC there. That's why you only ever see them from one side. Cairo is the anus of the world, most disappointing place I've ever been. I did have a very nice russian pimp offer to show me a ladies chest for free though because he loves canadians.
That’s a shame but I can believe it.

I’d still like to see Giza. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit Teotihuacan near Mexico city several times and climbed the pyrmid of the sun. If I recall correctly that is the third largest pyramid on the planet with the Egyptian pyramids being the largest.
 

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That’s a shame but I can believe it.

I’d still like to see Giza. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit Teotihuacan near Mexico city several times and climbed the pyrmid of the sun. If I recall correctly that is the third largest pyramid on the planet with the Egyptian pyramids being the largest.
I would recommend hiring an armed escort there these days, us wealthy folk tend to get rolled a lot there now.
 

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LMAO, "us wealthy folk".

Granted it's all relative.
Man, when you go to a place like Egypt you really understand how wealthy we are. I was in Rotan, Honduras a few years back and we we chilling on a beach having some beers. A local guy offered to do our beer runs for us (we were buying one at a time from a corner store that was 5 min away). Every time he would make a run we told him to keep the change from a the $20. At the end of the day he pocketed about $75-80 USD and wouldn't stop telling us how good we were and wished us the best of luck. He told us that we had given him more than money in a few hours than he makes in a month normally.
 
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We don't really travel a lot, but we ran into the same situation when we spent some time in the Honduras a number of years ago. 1 kid took our picture in a horse and carriage and offered the photo for whatever we wanted to give. A Fin can bring a pretty big grin on the face of a local kid there. Probably not a bad time of year to keep that shit real as well.... IMO.
 
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