Reddit Reddit reviews Jobar Long Reach Comfort Wipe, White & Teal

We found 31 Reddit comments about Jobar Long Reach Comfort Wipe, White & Teal. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Daily Living Toilet Tissue Aids
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Jobar Long Reach Comfort Wipe, White & Teal
​Provides a sanitary way to securely grip toilet paper, tissues, and other personal hygiene wipesGreat solution for people who experience difficulty cleansing and wiping in hard to reach placesRelease button allows for sanitary disposal with no touching requiredEasy to cleanGreat for bariatric, limited mobility, and limited dexterity
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31 Reddit comments about Jobar Long Reach Comfort Wipe, White & Teal:

u/the_ocalhoun · 26 pointsr/holdmyfries

This thing.


The reviews on this thing are golden!

u/Kenny_log_n_s · 19 pointsr/ImGoingToHellForThis

Legit? They use a stick that holds TP.

It's pretty fucking gross to think about it.

I don't think I could get to the point where buying that is a better option than not stuffing my fat ass with 10k calories a day.

u/Capetorial · 17 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

Holy shit this is real. At first, I thought it was the wrong item..then I noticed the use in the picture is...awkward...then I noticed... "Great for personal hygiene."

Oh God.

u/bigsol81 · 15 pointsr/fatlogic

I generally don't even post here or read this sub, but I got redirected from another sub and happened upon this. Being a guy that's overweight and actively taking steps (and succeeding) to lose weight, I felt like responding.

1. No shit. BMI is used as a baseline. If you look like Brock Lesner or Dwayne Johnson, you're not paying any attention to the BMI.

2. All? No, of course not. Nobody with a brain fails to acknowledge that there are several disorders and diseases that can cause obesity regardless of diet or activity level. However, it's reasonable to state that most obese people have poor diets and low activity levels.

3. Of course fat itself isn't unhealthy. Being obese is the symptom, not the illness. Excess body fat is simply a sign that you're leading an unhealthy lifestyle.

4. You're right, it doesn't. A lot of people simply don't give enough of a fuck to change anything. I know people that smoke, know it's unhealthy, and just don't care. There are smokers that have strong willpower, too. There's also a difference between being unable to quit an unhealthy habit and simply not wanting to.

5. Yeah, it is real. It's just as real as the negative impact of high obesity rates on the medical industry. Oh, and the poor hygiene thing? Yeah, well, they make ass wiping sticks for people that are so fat they can't wipe their own asses. I doubt those are as effective or as dexterous as the human hand wielding them.

6. There's a difference there, too. I don't shame people that are fat, I shame people that are fat by their own volition and act like it's not their fault. Look, if you're fat and you know why and don't care, good for you. It's your body. If you're fat and hate everyone that's not fat? Yeah, fuck you. The traffic flows both ways, bitch.

7. I'm not even sure this stereotype exists. Everyone over the age of twelve has heard the term "chubby chaser" once or twice.

8. No shit. See #4.

9. Context is everything. I'm pretty sure "Move your fat ass." is very much an insult directed at the size of the individual's posterior.

u/JehannePower · 8 pointsr/fatlogic

I once knew someone (with a normal BMI) who used one of these butt-wiping sticks after he had surgery:

His range of motion was limited, but he REALLY did not want another person helping.

One of the top-rated reviews on this product is from a guy who weighs 500 pounds, so it apparently also works for the morbidly obese.

u/omet · 7 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

Well if you do somehow get the urge to do some spleunking in those dank caverns, just be careful which folds you enter. That is, unless your hamplanet regularly uses her Long Reach Comfort Wipe!

u/huntfishcamp · 4 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

I think they have to use toilet paper on a stick

u/LiminalHotdog · 2 pointsr/funny
u/barabrith · 2 pointsr/britishproblems
u/Flowsephine · 1 pointr/AskReddit

This is how. Literally an extender stick so they can reach their ass.

Also, I've heard several obese people confess that they only poop at home and shower afterwards because of their inability to properly clean up any other way.

u/prestidigit8or · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals
u/annoyingrelative · 1 pointr/WTF

Use One of these [extenders] (

Which reminded me of the best Extender story.

It is from a blogger . She removed it after getting loads of rude comments, mostly blaming Reddit They made fun of it regularly at /r/fatpeoplestories

> Morbid Obesity and Toilet Hygiene This post is not for the squeamish and/or faint-hearted. You have been warned.

>I'm going to share one of the worst, if not the worst, thing about being this obese -dealing with toilet hygiene. Or rather, the common lack thereof. The mechanics are that I just can't reach to wipe myself. Either fore or aft.

>I have a sponge on a stick that I use for wiping aft. Or rather, that my husband uses to wipe me. He is very laid back about it all, but it hurts and embarrasses me to have to have him take care of something so intimate and frankly, disgusting. When he is not at home, I can contort myself just enough to use it. One hand on the tub rim, the other holding the stick. I dig under my huge apron, brace my arm on the toilet rim and squirm a bit. It's not nearly as neat and hygienic as when hubby does it as I have to bring the dirty sponge forward past my fore and belly. There is no "front to back" wiping except when hubby does it.

>When I am out of the house, I simply have to do without wiping. We call it having "poopy butt." I can't use the sponge myself since there isn't a tub rim to brace myself on. And family unisex bathrooms are rare. Even if I could use the sponge alone while out, where would I rinse it? At home, I use the tub. I couldn't bear to rinse my sponge at a common bathroom sink and I'm not about to put the sponge in a Ziploc to rinse hours later. Ugh.

>I simply do without fore wipes. I don't want to use the sponge that wipes my aft to wipe my fore. So, I wear absorbent cotton underwear when I'm out and sit on a sheet on the couch at home. Only after a shower do I ever feel clean and my underwear is too awful to discuss. I've have a few urinary tract infections in the last couple of years and I get painfully raw at times.

>Why am I sharing something so intimate and private? Because sometimes I get the impression that people think that we morbidly obese people are unmotivated to lose weight. That we LIKE being this heavy and eating "all we want." This is the ugly side of living with super morbid obesity. It's not pretty and it's not fun and it's no way to live

u/jschubart · 1 pointr/politics

He's in luck! There is a wonderful product to help with his butt wiping needs.

u/chitoiup · 1 pointr/WTF

Don't tell me you've never heard of Comfort Wipe!

u/pornographicnihilism · 1 pointr/WTF

Maybe one of these is in her purse?

u/petedacook · 0 pointsr/WTF

There is this for those hard to reach places.