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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    No no no !! I didn't realise people still had them ..
    I work in a retail store and believe me... People still use and buy them :-)

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    I find it hilarious the things our parents grew up using... Yet now us "modern" women think is disgusting

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    Nope no way. Has anyone noticed on the tv shows like wife swap (English series) that a lot of homes have carpet in the bathrooms ewwwww.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starla View Post
    Nope no way. Has anyone noticed on the tv shows like wife swap (English series) that a lot of homes have carpet in the bathrooms ewwwww.
    Yes, and personally I don't like it and don't see how you could possibly keep it clean. But... I don't go telling them I think it's disgusting. Each time their own. I was just wondering if others used them these days, didn't expect everyone to go telling me it's gross and disgusting.

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    Wow I was really under the impression they were to avoid cold floors in the middle of the night/early morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by starla View Post
    Nope no way. Has anyone noticed on the tv shows like wife swap (English series) that a lot of homes have carpet in the bathrooms ewwwww.
    Eeeew that's nasty!
    I used to have carpet in my kitchen (a rental!) and I thought that was bad enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    I find it hilarious the things our parents grew up using... Yet now us "modern" women think is disgusting
    Alot of things have changed because science has been able to show us how to improve hygiene standards.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    Alot of things have changed because science has been able to show us how to improve hygiene standards.
    Ok, but hang on, a tiny drop of wee on a mat is hardly something to call the higeine cops about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Ok, but hang on, a tiny drop of wee on a mat is hardly something to call the higeine cops about
    No, I was just saying in general.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Yes, and personally I don't like it and don't see how you could possibly keep it clean. But... I don't go telling them I think it's disgusting. Each time their own. I was just wondering if others used them these days, didn't expect everyone to go telling me it's gross and disgusting.
    Cos it's a thread about pee mats.

    Sorry I didn't mean anything against you personally... stepping in pee to me is the"lessor of two evils" (or well least gross lol)

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