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Offline depeje

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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #50 on: November 07, 2016, 12:17:43 pm »
Yes, that's a "water saver" toilet. The tank is smaller, so it holds less water. Less water in the tank means less water in the bowl (because that's a function of capacity vs gravity). On these toilets, when you flush the water level doesn't rise more than a couple of inches before going down.
Nope. The toilets in Europe, have different design. Just search google (I'm not gonna post pictures). Also, ignore the "hole on the ground" ones, those are from russia.

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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #51 on: November 07, 2016, 05:49:51 pm »
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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #52 on: November 07, 2016, 07:21:27 pm »
Sitting to piss keeps SWMBO happy and I am more than secure enough in my manhood not to worry about what other people think.  When we remodeled the master bath about 5 years ago, the toilet was a serious consideration as I hate my junk being dipped into cold water, which is why I refuse to use the guest bathroom.  Found a Kohler water saver toilet that flushes anything and keeps a low water level.  It sits a little high for SWMBO but is perfect for me.  It came with a soft close seat and lid that don't bang shut and it's perfect.
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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #53 on: November 07, 2016, 07:32:45 pm »
This inspires a product idea:

A rangefinding sensor that triggers different colored lights depending how close to the center of the bowl the stream is. Perhaps flashing lights and sound if you hit a "bullseye"

It would be just the thing to train my 8 and 10 year old boys to improve their aim! ;D

Mom's around the world would love this!

Kickstarter anyone?
 

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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #54 on: November 07, 2016, 07:51:09 pm »


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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #55 on: November 07, 2016, 09:07:29 pm »
Sitting to piss keeps SWMBO happy and I am more than secure enough in my manhood not to worry about what other people think.  When we remodeled the master bath about 5 years ago, the toilet was a serious consideration as I hate my junk being dipped into cold water, which is why I refuse to use the guest bathroom.  Found a Kohler water saver toilet that flushes anything and keeps a low water level.  It sits a little high for SWMBO but is perfect for me.  It came with a soft close seat and lid that don't bang shut and it's perfect.

There must be thousands of man hours (oops) of research going into the design of these things and in determining the optimum water level. I guess the main difficulty is the huge variation in tolerances of a number of human dimensions (particularly in the US  :P). I suppose given all the variables involved it's inevitable that a percentage of the population are going to 'dip their junk' and possibly a few, actually fall in! Meanwhile others sit high and dry (aside from splashback), oblivious of their less fortunate neighbours' suffering. ;D
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Re: How good is your aim at night?
« Reply #56 on: November 07, 2016, 09:28:49 pm »
This inspires a product idea:

A rangefinding sensor that triggers different colored lights depending how close to the center of the bowl the stream is. Perhaps flashing lights and sound if you hit a "bullseye"

It would be just the thing to train my 8 and 10 year old boys to improve their aim! ;D

Mom's around the world would love this!

Kickstarter anyone?

What happened to just putting some Cheerios in the water and using them as targeting rings? That's how I learned!
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