When I had our house built the builder said he fitted bidets as standard, the wife and I said no as we didn't think it necessary. Now however, it would be very welcome especially after I have eaten those slightly firm Conference pears.....
All very well until your three year old thinking its an odd looking toilet lays a giant log in it and invites his mother to appreciate the effort.
Also in the ME in the summer the water coming out is just this side of scalding. Tending to a throbbing ring having overindulged on curry and beer is cut very short as a jet of water hot enough to brew tea with shoots up your ricker.
Exactly, I've been in countless houses which have odd sanitary arrangements, such as a small cupboard sized room containing a crapper but no washbasin - the basin being in the "bathroom" next door! Never quite got my head round this.
As to the bidet question, how are you supposed to use it without getting most of your clothing drenched?
Surely the most hygienic solution is to take a dump when you first get up, followed by a shower - sorted for the day. Anyone who can't arrange their bottoms in this way is odd and disorganised in my book!