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Why Americans Don’t Use Bidets

Simon Whistler explained the many possible reasons why Americans don’t use bidets, which are common in other parts of the world, in an episode of Today I Found Out. A mini-shower for your nether region, bidets are a popular way worldwide to keep said regions tidy, and there are plenty of extremely inexpensive options for […]
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