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View Poll Results: Bath or shower, which one gives you power?

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  • Baths baby, it's the only way to go

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  • Showers dude, it's the only way to glow

    96 77.42%
  • What is a bath?

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    Definitely showers. I can't recall taking a bath since I was a young kid. Showers are quicker and its always felt awkward to me to scrub my body in a sitting position as opposed to standing up.
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    I think both but I think showers for convenience.

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    shower. but it's easier to sit on the showerhead in the tub.
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    Jacuzzi baths (I don't bother otherwise) are for relaxation and sex.

    Showers are for getting clean.

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    I adore reading books in the bath
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    shower, I can't reconcile the water required for filling a tub, and it gets cold fast. Maybe in a hotel I could indulge, but I'd probably get bored quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Definitely showers. I can't recall taking a bath since I was a young kid. Showers are quicker and its always felt awkward to me to scrub my body in a sitting position as opposed to standing up.
    Same here. As long as the shower isn't too cramped (or bizarrely L-shaped, like I've seen before >_<).
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    Bath.

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    Shower 1-2 times per day. Every few months I'd give myself a luxurious bath.

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    I would say shower, unless I someday live somewhere with this:


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