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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiplusthree View Post
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    I can't help but wonder why you think one would be gross.. if you keep your bathroom so clean but we are all entitled to our opinions aren't we

    Is this short enough? x

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    They're gross because if I see a puddle (granted it only happens when we have little boys over), then I can clean it up, rather than have it soak there in the toilet mat.

    To have something there to purposely collect wee in is disgusting.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    I've already covered this argument lol

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Childrens toilet-no mat
    Adult ensuite-mat (no wee puddles)

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mopoke View Post
    I always have a mat in front of our toilet but never realise it was supposed to be there to soak up wee...

    I use them cause I don't like my feet being on cold tiles in the morning! .
    I didn't know that was the purpose either, thought it was a foot warmer or for look.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Can I let it be known, I don't primarily use it as a wee soaker but when you've got a husband and a 4 year old boy it is one inevitable that a few dribbles will happen!

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    I don't use them, but I always thought they were for winter so you don't get cold feet! I have never been with any guys that dribble, or at least not that I know of... if so they must clean up pretty quickly. And I only have girls so I don't have to worry about little boys making a mess.

    I DO think they are feral if I go to someone's house and it is all bunched up and stained as though it has been sitting there for days, but I can tell the difference between a dirty unhygenic house, and going to say, my Nana's house where they are clean and fluffy and it is only her living there and the house is spotless. I am hardly going to dodge around it then... really depends on the state of it and the house and people!

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    I used to go out with a guy who lived with two other guys. The toilet mat was..... always. wet..... Vomit.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    We use one but its function is not to collect stray wee.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiplusthree View Post
    I've already covered this argument lol

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    Other posters have already said they use it for wee collection, I don't ask how often people wash them, or if they get wee on it. So all are ick, just to be sure.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Other posters have already said they use it for wee collection, I don't ask how often people wash them, or if they get wee on it. So all are ick, just to be sure.
    This at least makes more sense.. I think you can kind of tell though.. based on how it looks and how the bathroom/rest of the house is kept.

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