A female associate detailed to me that she enjoys reading in the bath tub. I have too much respect for books but find the idea with a waterproof book reader an interesting idea. Your thoughts?
I do showers, but bumped for any bath tub folks out there.
Reading in the bathtub can be done without damaging the book, so long as you aren't actually trying to render yourself clean at the same time. But I am pretty goal directed about being in the bath tub. If I just want to sit around there are nicer places to do it than within 5 feet of a toilet.
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