Let's talk more about this "comfort"
Once you go bidet, you don't go back. Drew says he feels "super annoyed" when he has to poop in a bidet-free bathroom. "If I travel or anything, I'll bring wipes, but now even that feels like a step backward," Drew says. "People still think it's weird, but I'm like, 'Come poop at my apartment, you'll see.' I've installed three more for friends, so now I have options."
Drew's bidet is a simple model that sits under the seat, connected to the toilet's water supply. His cost less than $100. Luxury bidets -- or "cleansing seats" and "intelligent toilets" in industry parlance -- go for $2,000 to $7,000, says Shane Allis, director of sanitary-product marketing for Kohler.