They have been using these types of toilets in Japan for years, and around 70% of Japanese people use them! These paperless toilets use a wandlike “washlet,” which blows water at the user’s bottom at the user’s command. Once they are done, a warm air dryer can also be blown at the user’s bottom. On top of all this, the seat is warmed for you when you sit on it.
Bidets are more common in Europe, and sound similar to the Japanese toilet above.
Bear in mind that commercially manufactured toilet paper has only been around since 1857, and the majority of people (and animals!) on Earth get along fine without it. The link below is kind of fun and interesting, too.
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