Like we all didn’t think this is what the bidet was for at first.
(submitted by Steven)
Tags: 80's, babies, bathroom
These pretzels are making me thirsty!
Haha! I thought it was a babybath…until i was 14….embarassing…i think yes
I used to think the bidet was for washing my feet. My sister and I would use it for that purpose, and also to soak some of our delicates. We only got access to a bidet once or twice a year when we’d go to Spain to visit our family, so it wasn’t until I was in middle school did I find out what it was REALLY used for!!
But now that I know, I wish I had one here in the States. You’d never go back to toilet paper again.
Damn those mandatory water restrictions
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Ha! I have pictures of my son when he was about 2 playing in a bidet. I used to use one as a Barbie fountain/swimming pool. But drinking out of one is even better. (eew)
Bidet = Bad-Day
i am digging the bathroom tile!
It was dk. brown & white…not bad for being in a tiny village in Spain…here in the US the time was a dreadful gray followed with a peptol bismol toilet,sink & tub. It is gone finally. )
A little known, and hidden until this point, photo of Crocodile Dundee as a baby.
I forgot that in the 70′s parents let the little ones drink from the toilet. This newfangled fear of E.Coli has ruined that fun forever.
I only have seen a past cat drink from the toilet..ha.
Awkward confession: this happened to me on my honeymoon……
Anybody worked in a factory with the round stone hand washer with a foot pedal to control the water?We could be glad no camera was allowed in the mens room
Europe has really short drinking fountains…
LOL good one
Love the tile work… looks European…
Sorry, forgot to add great post! Can’t wait to see your next post!
Love the tile work… looks European…
We were in Spain..great memories there.
A hand held bathroom bidet sprayer is so much better than a stand alone bidet or bidet seat and this is why:1. It’s less expensive (potentially allot less) 2. You can install in yourself = no plumber expense 3. It works better by providing more control of where the water spray goes and a greater volume of water flow. 4. It requires no electricity and there are few things that can go wrong with it. 5. It doesn’t take up any more space, many bathrooms don’t have room for a stand alone bidet. 6. You don’t have to get up and move from the toilet to the bidet(for the stand alones) which can be rather awkward at times to say the least.
TMI on your bathroom habits.
Even the family dog is shaking his head in disbelief.
Hello..this is Steven’s mom..that is a bidet in Spain,but we never used it for what one is usually used for. In fact,,most bidets the water shoots up ( to clean those areas,haha) ..well..this one came out just like a water fountain, and so that is why Steven went right for it.ha. It was clean water..the same water that came out of the sink. So relax everyone. As far as the decor..the tiles were white with brown trim & the floors were marble all throughout the apartment. It was very nice for when we were there in 1983-1986. Not sure why the photo shows light green toilet paper..it was white, that we bought on the AF base in Zaragoza. adios!
I really hope that it was at least new housing! haha I cringe at the thought of it being an apartment someone else had lived in before you guys were there!
Yes, it was a brand new apartment. We were the 1st in there. )
C’mon and admit it! The kids’ in Spain, doin’ the tourist thing, had a little too much Sangria the night before…..
Leave it to the dude’s mom to ruin everyone’s fun.
I just now noticed. If it come out just like a water fountain, does that mean it comes out looking like a compound bow?
Our son did the same thing in Italy. Also used it for a sink to wash his hands. We never used it as a bidet, so why not, it’s just water.
Wonder if the dog was jealous?
Have a nice bidet!
Please tell me that’s not reclaimed water…please, please, please…
No no no it’s just so wrong!
Otherwise known as a European Shower.
Because preventing the child from drinking from the same spout used to clean fecal matter would just be silly.
“And how much will I weigh if I drink THIS much?”
*snicker* that’s adorable.
yuck…..why did they let this happen??
I’m not sure which is more awkward — kid drinking out of bidet, or the 70′s decor…..
For some reason I thought the kid was drunk and was throwing up on the bidet.
Okay, that made me laugh and feel guilty simultaneously.
It’s okay. I was thinking the same thing.
That is truly hilarious!
hey maybe the parents just wanted a toddler accessible drinking fountain in the bathroom. they might be documenting its first use. (btw pale green toilet paper ?)
That was me on my first day in Europe after I moved here… and I moved here when I was 21… awkward.
Where were your parents and their camera when you needed them?!
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Oh, wait. I’m not on Facebook!
It isn’t for drinking? Damn!!!!
If Crocodile Dundee can make it a foot washer it can be a fountain.Go for it.
That is NOT for washing your feet my friend, try a little higher.
Ha, yes I think it’s so they can embarrass their children by putting the photo in the paper on their 18th birthday…
You don’t know how much I love the fact that his parents didn’t stop him but rather ran for the camera! Same stuff happens in my home…kid covers himself in perm marker, the camera comes out…kid ‘accidently’ paints the toilet…out comes the camera.
too funny — same here!
I was think the same thing!
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