Okay, let’s talk about something that’s not widely discussed. The holidays are around the corner and that means you could have more people in the house than usual. Maybe you will find yourself as a guest in someone’s house.
The next thing you know, you will be lining up to use the toilet and when it’s your turn, there will be other people waiting outside the door for you to finish. The same situation could apply when lining up for that airline toilet or even the regular public ones where echo is not your best friend.
What happens when you’ve had quite a bit to eat and suddenly need to empty your bowels? Yup. Not many people want to talk about this but there will be times when the ‘merchandise’ is significant and the ‘landing’ might not be discreet. When that splashing sound happens, everyone outside the toilet door knows exactly what is going in your cubicle.
In Japan, they actually have these high-tech toilets that come with faux water sounds and even music to mask that entry splash sound. But we don’t have that here.
How do we fix this funny issue?
All you need to do is to place a strip of toilet paper at the ‘drop zone’ and it will eliminate almost all the ‘splashback’ upon entry. As the video shows, you don’t even need a lot of toilet paper; just one square will do if you know exactly where your relevant parts line up to the water once seated. Take a look at this video to learn the easy trick…
This article originally appeared on Starts at 60.