Originally posted by SarnholeOntarable
Sample your self some this...Save up on poo tickets,they will be worth their weight in gold some day...happy camping
Chūgi (籌木?), sometimes called kusobera (lit. "# spatula"), was a special type of stick used by the Japanese people from ancient times to clean the anus after defecation. The word chūgi is composed of the kanji for skewer (籌) and tree (木) which gives it the meaning of "wooden skewer". Chūgi were associated with their function as they have been found in excavations of toiletry remains. It is also believed that chūgi have been portrayed in paintings on scrolls from the end of the 12th century. One such painting depicts a child wearing high heeled geta in the process of defecating, bracing and holding a chūgi in his hand.
Use of toilet paper in place of stones is now acceptable,