Showers. I like the feel of the water hitting my body. In baths, you're sitting in your own dirt and the water starts to turn cold. Though baths can be relaxing, especially if it's at a spa and they make it really luxurious.
I agree with rod and cleanclover. Multi person showers are fantastic, save water! But meditating and doing a few yoga stretches in the bath is very soothing and wonderful, especially if you get a few candles lit around the room and a good cup of tea.
I get a nice hot bath going, get a shampooed and soapy, rince in the bath water, and then shower to make sure no soap is left behind. I like to get really sudsy, until I'm all foamy. I also shave in the bath, rinse and repeat.
But, sometimes I indulge in a nice bubble bath. So, sometimes when I am in a place where only a shower is available, I don't know what to do with myself. I want to stretch out and relax, kind of hard to do in a public shower. The guys will wonder why I'm laying on the floor! I'm just kidding about that of course.
No, bathers are weird. They get in a tub of water, wash the dirt off which then floats around the water. As they stand up surface tension deposits the dirt back onto them, whereupon they still need a shower!
I love baths. Some people think baths are not as efficient as showers or they think of a bath as a water waster .I just published a hub about this issue. I would love to hear why you are on Team Bath or Team Shower.
We have been invited to a baby shower. Both men and women were invited. My husband is flabbergasted and says it is in bad taste (primarily because he doesn't want to go, I think). He says it is wrong.I say, why not? I'm...
We nomally take shower everyday for comfort and spiritual look, but doctors have advices that showering too much, like everyday, will hurt horny tissue of skin, and so to lower immunity. What do you think?