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Old 05-14-2016, 09:55 AM   #43
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3 pages and not one of you have got this right.


"Honey, what is this?"


She casually walks to the rear of the MH. "What is what?" she says.


"Open the door. This thing"


She opens the door, and the water fight is on. Don't tell me none of you have done this!!!!! Or is the Okie in me starting to show???

You're a baaaaad boy!
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Old 05-18-2016, 12:14 AM   #44
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Just wait until DW (or DH) is in the shower, shampooing hair, eyes closed.

Softly open the shower door, and now you know what the sprayer is for!
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Old 05-18-2016, 10:02 AM   #45
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Just wait until DW (or DH) is in the shower, shampooing hair, eyes closed.

Softly open the shower door, and now you know what the sprayer is for!
So if I get this correct, it is used to give away half of what you own and live alone. Darn, wish I had thought of that. LOL
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:12 PM   #46
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Thanks for the responses, everyone. Some of you had me laughing out loud!

Seriously, I didn't know what it was for. Our previous Class C didn't have one.

Will update if I ever have the desire to try it as a bidet or have a water fight with my husband! (I'd win!)
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:18 PM   #47
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I am in agreement and in addition I always leave an inch or two of water in the bowl which may not work with a cross of TP
Especially with that "RV" toilet paper that has already begun disintegrating on the roll.
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That is always the question when you see it for the first time, Yes always add a little water first. No more brown.

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Seriously folks, I can't believe none of you know what that hose is for.
After you have "gone" just spread your butt checks and spray them down. No more jammed toilet valves, the tank drains 50% faster and you save $$$ on toilet paper.
Give it a shot.
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Seriously folks, I can't believe none of you know what that hose is for.
After you have "gone" just spread your butt checks and spray them down. No more jammed toilet valves, the tank drains 50% faster and you save $$$ on toilet paper.
Give it a shot.
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Just so you don't think Lynn is just trying to be funny, I spent my last 4 years in the Air Force in various Middle East countries. Unless you are in a nice hotel that caters to westerners, there is a hose next to the commode (or bomb site) and no toilet paper unless you brought your own. That is the reason it is a serious insult to use the wrong hand in social settings--they use it for scrubbing their bums.

The X works fantastic--don't add water until you are done and ready to flush.
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Just so you don't think Lynn is just trying to be funny, I spent my last 4 years in the Air Force in various Middle East countries. Unless you are in a nice hotel that caters to westerners, there is a hose next to the commode (or bomb site) and no toilet paper unless you brought your own. That is the reason it is a serious insult to use the wrong hand in social settings--they use it for scrubbing their bums.

The X works fantastic--don't add water until you are done and ready to flush.
Tetonchief, you have set a record. No one else has ever tried to make sense of something I have said. Actually I didn't know I was that smart.
Thanks for the compliment?????
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Use it on the hottest part of your body. You won't regret it. Hehehe
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what was that???
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Much of the world uses those. Every bathroom in Asia has one pretty much. They also put a drain on the bathroom floor which is actually a great idea. I've noticed that rv toilet makers offer them as a feature, and I guess your coach is so loaded you got every feature. It's a feature on my toilet too but was never installed. Yes I tell people what the left hand is used for and people don't believe me! That's why I avoid Indian food!
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A little late seeing this thread, must not be many Star Trek fans here, or you would know that the sprayer is to get rid of any Klingons that show up.
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