i kinda half stand half sit. my only issue with sitting down is how do you check if the paper is still poopy?
obviously each wipe session varies with how much paper you need and how many passes you need to take down through the devil's underpass so you need to check the paper to see when it's no longer contracting little flecks of poopiness. when sitting down i see no adequate way to do this
Exactly. When you are sitting down, You can easily wipe your ass and try to view the toliet paper for the poopiness. But it is hard to view it. It most cases, I find myself accidentaly smearing some on my asscheeks while trying to view it.
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i was on a camping trip on vancouver island last year and i was walking to the outhouse and my friend was standing there looking out the little window at me and i said "hey dude are you done, cuz i gotta go like a mofo" and he said "yeah im just wiping"
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I do squats. When I wipe I get in the chair sitting position while fully supporting myself without touching the toilet seat, so as to still get all the poopiness that would otherwise be unreachable if standing. Then upon observation of the towellete, I stand and check if more wipes are needed. By the end of a days worth of pooping sessions I have strengthened my thighs.
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Dude all that weight on one cheek does mad damage to any seat. Haven't you ever seen a seat where one side is attached and the other side is broken? Well depending if you are lefty or righty, you are straining one side or the other way more and eventually that joint is going to break, leading to awkward sliding back and forth of the seat as you go in for the wipe.
you just dont know how to distribute the weight properly. you have to lean, but still make sure the force acting upon the seat is directed as straight down as possible instead of diagonally, which puts strain on the joints holding the seat and cracks them. you might see this type of damage in a public washroom where lots of poopers using the wrong technique constantly show up. however, the type of damage aformentioned is quite uncommon in the modern day home washroom.
granted, however I'm often forced to rush my wiping as I am usually late for class, and my technique definitely suffers. I am also in the unfortunate position of living in cheap college housing. My toilet seat was likely last replaced around the mid 90's.