This has been bugging me for a while.


How do blind people know when to stop wiping?  

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8 Responses Feb 29, 2008

I'd suggest trying it sometime...I presume you're talking about someone who is totally blind (not all blind people are "totally" blind, some can't see the center of vision, others can't see clearly (i.e., only fuzzy images/shapes), some can't see peripheral vision...

You can simulate total blindness (just close your eyes), and wipe until you think it's done. (And how would you know..? Poop on the tissue feels different than a clean butt...Ah-ha! Now you know...)

wow relly you asked that :O

Hahahahahhh... thats funny... but your right... Hmmm a thougth to ponder..; )

You believe in good lighting to pull it off, proto fails to pull it off in the dark. It's really a personal decision.

ElLagarto -- Most attempted shower suicides in the dark fail. You really need good lighting to pull it off.

prototype. losing power can be upsetting, but attempting suicide in the shower is not the answer.

prototype -- It's amazing how helpless we can start to feel when the power goes out.

prototype -- Losing power can really alter how you perceive the world and show you the things you normally take for granted.<br />
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I suspect that blind people have figured out a good way to solved this issue.