posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 08:44 PM
Originally posted by mattifikation
Originally posted by flycatch
reply to post by mattifikation
Cool it. I have been to the middle east and used there bomb site. I adapted and did not wine. So shove it up your bun hole.
[edit on 7-8-2010 by flycatch]
Don't bark orders at me, tough guy. I don't care where you've been or where you've done your business, it's immature and insulting to have two
pages of people laughing at another religion's culture.
Cool it with the snapping at people, as i have stated before people aren't scoffing at other religions it is the fact that we have to put up with
this nonsense to start with, people always will laugh at toilet humour, you cannot get away from this fact. People will always have an opinion one way
or another about this subject and it is best to allow a democratic and free method of sharing these opinions, we have that in this country.
there are benefits in both toilet systems however it is the double standard which is the issue, if we have a seated toilet they should use it at their
comfort, and if they do want to stick to their religious beliefs that is upto them and should either hover or stand on the bowl, but be careful and
make sure things are clean after usage, you will be advocating us in the west adding a water pipe so they can use this instead of paper, but the
simple mater is when in rome, do as the romans do. We have not evolved our sanitary technologies to a standard method in the west to have someone from
another country come and try to change us back to a less sanitary method of pooing just because they do not know / want to use a toilet like ours.
Also if this does get taken and passed by the PC brigade in the UK, do you know what is at stake with the results, firms and factories, council led
facilities and hotels to name a very small few would have to put changes into place to allow the adaptations of standard toilets into squats, which
would lead to segregation of races into different hotel rooms, office toilet bathrooms, work places etc, let alone the cost of these adaptations on
businesses that are currently recovering from a recession.
Wee Mad Mental
[edit on 7/8/2010 by weemadmental]