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Religious Jews are normally careful not to pull out hairs during Shabbat.

After Mr. Ploni defecates, he wipes his rear end carefully. But he knows that it's impossible for him to clean his bottom to his preferred standards without finding a hair or two on the toilet paper.

What should Mr. Ploni do on Shabbat?

CYLORCYLOR.

Religious Jews are normally careful not to pull out hairs during Shabbat.

After Mr. Ploni defecates, he wipes his rear end carefully. But he knows that it's impossible for him to clean his bottom to his preferred standards without finding a hair or two on the toilet paper.

What should Mr. Ploni do on Shabbat?

CYLOR.

Religious Jews are normally careful not to pull out hairs during Shabbat.

After Mr. Ploni defecates, he wipes his rear end carefully. But he knows that it's impossible for him to clean his bottom to his preferred standards without finding a hair or two on the toilet paper.

What should Mr. Ploni do on Shabbat?

CYLOR.

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Pulling out hairs while wiping your bottomyourself on Shabbat

5 if this were just in the question body I'd leave it alone, but "bum" was on our front page and just got tweeted...
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Pulling out hairs while wiping your bumbottom on Shabbat

4 Remove unnecessary description of anatomy. I'd change 'bum' to 'bottom' in the title, too, but will hold off, pending what happens at http://meta.judaism.stackexchange.com/q/1831
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