Chris (US): Absolutely. I was onboard with a lot of these concepts but I'm out at this one.
José Luis H. (Mexico): We do the same in Mexico, but I've always thought it's kinda gross.
Alexis (US): EW EW EW what if it smells? You just have a bin full of poo-paper there until you change it? Gross.
Will (US): Not crazy but GROSS. Flush that poo away, I mean the bathrooms must smell NASTY!
Ishmael (Canada): This is simply disgusting. You won't touch your food but you leave poopy toilet paper piled up in the bin? What about the smell???
Arianna (US): Um it doesn't sound GREAT? I definitely wouldn't be psyched about emptying that garbage can. But probably good for the sewage system.
Susie (US): Nope, that's pretty common in many countries around the world where the plumbing doesn't deal well with paper.
Chelsea (US): I assume this is for plumming reasons and not wanting to clog the toilet. It's gross with poop but hey, that's better than an overflowing poo toilet.
Monique (US): Yes. I'm sorry. For a nation that seems so hellbent on cleanliness, that's just gross. I feel awful for the person who has to clean that out. What happens when it gets too full and overflows?!?!
Sarah (US): So let me get his straight. You take two baths a day but you throw the poo covered toilet paper in the bin? How do you stand being in the bathroom so much with that stench???
Erin (US): WHOOPS, bad news for your plumbing. When I was in Sao Paulo I even read a sign that said "Please throw paper in the garbage" and I assumed they meant wrappers for tampons/pads because WHERE ELSE would the toilet paper go?!