Rebecca Judd sparks fierce debate over toilet habits on live radio – and insists some people have used the wrong method their entire lives
Most ordinary people don’t bother thinking about how other people use the toilet.
But Rebecca Judd apparently finds the subject fascinating and sparked a fierce debate this week over the correct method of wiping.
The wife of AFL great Chris Judd said on the KIIS FM Pick-Up at 3 p.m. on Tuesday: “ Did you know people wipe their butt differently? Some sit down; some stand.
TMI? Rebecca Judd sparked a fierce debate over toilet habits on live radio earlier this week
Her co-host Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond replied, ‘What do you mean, stand up?’
Rebecca, 37, continued: “ Yeah, I know. I was like, “What, what, what?” Obviously you sit down and dry yourself off.
“So I asked my son Oscar, ‘How do you do that?’ And he said, ‘I’m still up.’ ‘
Although Rebecca was surprised by this, Monty said it was not unusual for ‘little children’ to get up and bend down to wipe off after using the toilet.
The Big Toilet Debate: The 37-year-old said on KIIS FM’s Pick-Up at 3 p.m. on Tuesday: ‘Did you know people wipe their butt differently? Some sit down; some stand ‘
But she and Rebecca agreed that it was extremely unusual for an adult to use this impractical – and potentially messy – method.
Most people use the seated and reclining sideways method, they said.
Later on the show, Monty and Rebecca were shocked to learn that one of their KIIS FM producers, Mel, prefers the stand-up method.
‘I am standing. I thought everyone else did, Mel said. “You bow a little. I don’t understand how you pass your hand [sitting down]”.
Dangerous approach: Rebecca and her co-host Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond agreed that it was extremely unusual for an adult to use the impractical stand-up method
Can you repeat that please? Later on the show, Monty (left) and Rebecca (center) were shocked to learn that one of their KIIS FM producers, Mel, prefers the stand-up method. Photographed with Yumi Stynes
Rebecca explained that most people find a way to get around by moving slightly forward and across the toilet seat.
Monty added that getting up was a ‘high risk’ method and Rebecca said she was worried things would ‘fall out and not end up in the bowl’.
To conclude the discussion, the former weather presenter confessed that her husband, Chris, used the stand-up method until his early twenties and then “became a keeper.”
Sitting method: Rebecca explained that most people move by moving slightly forward and across the toilet seat, and don’t try to stand up.
Surprising! To conclude the discussion, the former weather presenter confessed that her husband Chris (left) used the stand-up method until his early 20s and then ‘became a keeper.’