If one does not have a health problem, but there are a few 'residual'
droplets of urine that one has to 'shake off' the equipment to rid
yourself of the excess drops that may still be 'in transit' . Again
Jeff's words were that in the Army he was told "You shake three times
to dry it, more than that and your playing with yourself". So, the
average healthy male does tend to shake the remaining droplets off
one's person. How precisely does toilet paper cause an introduction of
germs to a male but not to females when used for drying oneself after
urinating? Okay, granted the paper isn't sterile, but most bathrooms
are far from said state as well. Let's not even discuss the supposed
cleanliness of 'public' facilities.
Jeannine 'Iolaus' McArthur
aka The Cowardly Redhead
On Jan 27, 6:42 pm, The TheatrElf netscape.net> wrote:
> D.J. cableone.net> wrote innews:email@example.com:
>> On 27 Jan 2007 14:57:35 -0800, jeanmacgr...@comcast.net
>>]The question is, should a man after urinating either 1.Take a
>>]piece of toilet paper and dry off his equipment or 2. Dampen
>>]said bit of toilet paer to cleanse the equipment. Is this too
>>]much to ask for the sake of cleanliness? Or is it considered
>>]unnecessary by most guys, because
>> I wash my hands. I'm not gonna dab at my frontal privates with
>> toilet paper.
>> D.J.Generally, such activity wouldn't accomplish anything sanitary.
> With a shake, we're dry; no residue. (If you drip, you have a
> medical problem to address. You're not supposed to drip.)
> Where's it been? Inside our pants. Under two layers of
> clothing. (well, usually.) How's it getting dirty? It can only
> be FROM OUR OWN HANDS. Which is why men are supposed to wash
> their hands BEFORE going, not after. Don't believe me? Ask your
> Using TP is in fact more likely to introduce germs than simply
> tucking it away when you're done.
> The TheatrElfhttp://camera-ephemera.blogspot.com
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