A bidet is intended to help you wash and clean up after using the toilet, but the fixture is not an actual toilet (washing the genitalia, perineum, inner buttocks, and anus of the human body). Some use a bidet without toilet paper, some use toilet paper and the bidet, and some use the bidet and then dry off with a towel.
Do men use the bidet?
Although the bidet is very useful for maintaining feminine hygiene during menstruation and pregnancy, it is also very hygienic for men to use along with or in place of toilet paper. The bidets and bidet attachments are ideal for men, women, children and the elderly.
How To Use The Bidet:
1. Use the toilet (preferably like a normal person, not like a monkey-see below).
2. Use toilet paper.
3. Turn on the bidet and make sure the water isn’t scalding hot.
4. Sit on the bidet either straddling it or facing away from it. Wash your bits with the fancy “hoo-haw,” soap just like you would in a bath.
5. Pat dry with a towel.
6. Model your clean and fancy parts for all to see, and, just put your pants back on (perv).
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