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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    lol I hope none of you poo pooing toilet mats walk anywhere in bare feet, touch doors or railing in public or handle money. I may not be the brightest but I'm pretty sure you'd pick up more from those things than a toilet mat. Yikes!

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    Why do adult males always miss? They have been doing it long enough lol

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by BoxerDogLover View Post
    Eww I didn't know that was what they were for, I thought they were so your feet don't get cold in the middle of the night lol
    Haha same here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonade View Post
    lol I hope none of you poo pooing toilet mats walk anywhere in bare feet, touch doors or railing in public or handle money. I may not be the brightest but I'm pretty sure you'd pick up more from those things than a toilet mat. Yikes!
    Yes! This is my point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    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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    Lol no offence taken.... It's just a toilet mat we are discussing. I'm not Gunna get all up in arms about it

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    Sometimes we use one. Depends on whether i cbf putting one out.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    lol bub hub is a great place to see how different everyone is!

    I think they are good! Mine never gets pee on it! :/ and I mop floors daily plys wash them anulyway so I dnt see how its 'disgusting' but each to thier own opinion! I wouldnt cringe in someone elses house if they have different things to mine, how judgmental! If the place is kept decent who cares what they have or dont have..


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    Meh, it's more the idea of it than actually worrying about the germs too much. A tiled floor is quickly mopped clean, a mat sits there for a day or so... festering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjay View Post
    Wow I was really under the impression they were to avoid cold floors in the middle of the night/early morning?
    I think the original idea was to keep feet warm, but then you get feral people that don't clean their bathrooms that use them for soaking up pee instead.

    We have them here, but we don't have any males here so it isn't a problem. If I visit a house with them I won't stand on it though lol. I know nothing is n mine but o idea about what's on other people's ones.

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    I'm English and pretty much all English houses have carpets in the toilets and bathrooms! Hey, it gets cold!!!!

    I'd never thought anything of it, as I'd always grown up with that being the case, but DH was a bit freaked out by it in England.

    I think the toilet mat thing came from places like England where there are bathroom carpets. It's better to have a mat that you can wash regularly than - er - stains on your carpet!

    But it does get reeeeally cold! Sometimes I miss stepping off the bath mat onto a nice cushy carpet... ahh...

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