I could not believe it.
Who would have thought that the Japanese could possibly upstage themselves in the toilet department?
But they did.
You heard me. The country responsible for the S400 Luxury Washlet, the toilet complete with a 3 temperature setting warm air dryer, heated seat, wireless remote control, and front and rear washing capabilities has released a new product.
A scathingly brilliant product: Letito Emergency Disposable Toilet Bags.
Because guess what? If there’s no running water, your $5,000 luxury toilet will start to smell like an outhouse after a few…um… deposits.
No amount of Poo-Pourri will make that privy passable.
According to the Letito advertising materials: When an emergency strikes you may be without running water for quite some time. What do you do about basic human functions?
(As a side note, I know the answer to that question. You see, I am a survivor of the infamous city of Cayce 2011 water main break. And there were a whole lot of humans in my office whose basic functions functioned. It was not a pretty picture.)
The Letito fits all toilets, not just luxury ones.
And when you’re done using your Letito bag, you can just sling it over your shoulder and carry it to your next waterless toilet. Or shopping.
Talk about functional fashion!
Letito bags come with an absorbent sheet that results in “less odor and leakage than a regular bag”.
Wait. One. Minute.
If there were ever an instance where I would want a bag to be leak-proof, this would be it. Can you imagine what people would think if they saw sewage seeping from my Letito?
I have a reputation to protect.
I know what you’re thinking. I should make my own Nerdling Letito bags. Ones that don’t leak.
Nah. I have a better idea.
Introducing the Nerdling Letito for the Go-Girl! Guaranteed not to leak. Simply zip lock the bag when done.
My lawyer insists that I include the following small print: works best with tiny bladders.