- Aug 16, 2015
Thanks for your response. I think....Bring in a paper/plastic cup with you, face commode, then when finished back out or sideways lady like then find nearest waste receptacle to toss empty cup into
I had not intended to comment further on this thread. And this comment was not intended to elicit a response. However, your instructions and those of the video have a flaw. Though they seem valid for a chamber pot or 'slop jar', mounting the toilet as shown does not appear historically accurate. None of the toilets I have seen that were in use in 'the old days' were built as an 'island' like today's toilets. They were benches or chairs, often meant to fit in the household setting unobtrusively as just another piece of furniture.
I have seen very old, elaborate toilets sold in the Chinese equivalent of a flea market, whose buyers purchased them as furniture for their living room without realizing what they were buying.
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