On 3/22/2020 11:50 PM, Chris Barker wrote:
If you mean when defecating, Moose, I believe it.
Not what I mean, but what the writer meant. :-) And no, it was about eschewing
chairs and such in daily life.
I can’t remember having had to use a hole in the ground, but it’s pretty
certain that I will have as a child.
My first experience was in Tokyo, 1960. I stayed with a Japanese scout and his mother one night. It was a nice house,
well appointed, but with what I have since learned is a pretty common Asian porcelain hole in the floor. They lived on a
hill where there was apparently a lack of water/pressure? I did not know then how to flush them.
Now, it seems that the Japanese have the most complex, sophisticated, and
expensive toilets in the world.
I probably couldn’t balance in place now :-)
I suspect I could, but haven't had to try. I am amazed at how cooperative or understanding my body is when I'm
traveling, saving serous business for morning or evening. I've encountered a lot, but . . .
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/