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SHORT HISTORY OF TOILETS

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By Julianna Kutas
BALANCING ACT
Even basic looking toilets from the Middle Ages can be hygenic. Just it's hard to balance and poo at the same time.
Japanese people invented a new kind of toilet in 1980. It sprays scented water on you which kills all the germs, followed by blowing warm air to dry it and then it puts a nice cream on your bum. Finally it flushes and cleans itself.

Is it a waste of money or do you rather like to clean your own bum???
ROMAN TOILETS
WATCH OUT BELOOOW!!!
Hadleigh Castle had poo tunels for letting out the poo of everybody. It is called watch out below because those poo tunnels went towards the ground and if you were just right under it then you would easily get poo all over yourself.
Short History of toilets
SPACE TOILETS
HIGH TECH TOILETS
When Romans needed to do their "business" they were not shy at all. There were public toilets and those toilets didn't have any stone walls or something covering. There was just a piece of rock with holes in it.
If ever people will build a city in space they need to
think about how to go to the toilet. Because there is no gravity in space and then all the poo would float around in the air...
ANCIENT TIMES
With over a 1,000,000 people living in Rome this must have smelled quite a lot.
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