Tommy Edison How Do Blind People Know When To Stop Wiping

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Tommy Edison How Do Blind People Know When To Stop Wiping

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[Tommy Edison How Do Blind People Know When To Stop Wiping]

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Here’s comes a question I get asked more than any other.

[several hard hits and bangs]

How do you know when to stop wiping?

[music plays]

So I was trying to figure out how I could answer this for you in a video.

We talked about going to Costco and just loading up a shopping cart full of giant things of toilet paper. Right. And that was going to be. You know, it was going to be a short, quick little video like that.

But then one day, it struck me, and I went “wait, you know what, not one of you has ever asked me how do I know when to stop wiping my face or my mouth after I’ve eaten like donut or something like this. And I find that really interesting. I mean, that’s the part that you see. You don’t see, you know, after I’ve been to the bathroom you don’t know that part. But you see my face. Like after I have a meal. Not one of you ever asked me that. And I think that’s important.

[music plays]

So how do I know when to stop wiping anything? So, for example, if I spill a drink right, how do I know when to stop wiping to clean it up? I have to look and try an examine and figure out where it all went. And get as much of it as I possibly can. So instead of using a couple of paper towels, maybe I’m using you know, 10 of them or 12 of them, but I don’t care. See, my job is to clean up the spill. If I spill a cola for example. And I don’t all of it. There’s going to be a sticky spot that I will eventually find, and then I can go back and get it. It might attract bugs. And I don’t want that in my house. Please. Those freak me out.

[chuckles]

The simpler way for me to answer this question for you might to be just show you one of those big redwood or sequoia trees, right. That’s about how much toilet paper I might need. [laughs]

[beep] This is one of my favorite things to hear the phone or the computer say to me like on Twitter or Facebook.

[COMPUTER:]
How do you know when to stop wiping after you’ve gone number 2?

[Tommy Edison:]
[laughs] See what I mean? Hilarious!

[music plays]

You know what also is funny though? In every bathroom I’ve ever been in — not only is there a toilet, but there is a sink. Does that make sense? So I poop in the sink. [laughs]

I like to do that in people’s houses. Sometimes I’ll come out of the bathroom and go, “boy, it’s really high the toilet, isn’t it?”

[laughs]

[music plays]

In person, I hear that question a bit. But I think I’ve heard it more online honestly. I mean, every now and then somebody, “heya, Tommy, you know, in the bathroom how do you know when to wiping? You know what I mean?” I never quite know how to answer it. Until now. [chuckles] You guys sort of made me think about it more than anybody. So I thank you for that. And you know what? I hope you enjoy my answer. [chuckles] To be honest, I’m a little pooped. I got to stop this.[laughs] [credits music] [in southern accent]

We have a place in Chula Vista, California that I think will teach you exactly how to wipe and know when to finish if you’re willing to commit to it.

[pause]

Thanks, Dr. Phil! [laughs]

Tommy Edison How Do Blind People Know When To Stop Wiping

Tommy Edison How Do Blind People Know When To Stop Wiping

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