Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Vital Things to know about taking a bath

- When you leave a bath to run by itself, the plug jumps just
as you leave  the bathroom and you return to an empty bath just
as the hot water runs out.

- Spiders can run round the bath faster than you can.

- If you run a bath too hot you don't realize this until
you sit in the other end and burn your arse.

- It is physically impossible to turn a tap on or off
with your foot.

- When you lie back in the bath, your right foot slips
forward until it is positioned exactly beneath the dripping tap.

- The odd flannel you are using to wash yourself is not a
flannel at all; it is a sock which has fallen from above.

- The dirt you wash off yourself gathers on the surface
of the water and then re-attaches itself to you as you rise to leave.

- Lost soap is ALWAYS behind you.

- When you get out of the bath, the first bit you dry is
the one bit you just realized you forgot to wash.

- However hard you dry yourself, you are still wet when
you put your clothes on.

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