WOOPIE SH1T! It’s Toilet Day

The Japan Toilet Association celebrates an unofficial Toilet Day on November 10, because in Japan the numbers 11/10 (for the month and the day) can be read as ii-to(ire), which also means “Good Toilet”.

Nara period toilet paper.jpg
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And yes, those wooden sticks are called chugi that were used as toilet paper.

 


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2 thoughts on “WOOPIE SH1T! It’s Toilet Day”

  1. Japanese Toilet Instructions…
    For throwing your feces at the toilet from a distance.
    piay-ball_toilet

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