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I've been taking baths for as long as I can remember and will not be changing any time soon.
"Censorship is telling a man that he cannot have a steak just because a baby cannot chew it." - Mark Twain
I refused to take a bath as a kid because I was afraid that there were worms in the water that would try to enter my body. I knew that it was illogical but it still scared me for some reason. Because of that I always took showers.
I doubt that it would effect me now but I haven't taken a bath in so long that the thought rarely crosses my mind.
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But you're not sitting in a tub of your own dirt, not unless you've just been on some obstacle course and are literally covered in mud. Then you'd either have a long shower, or 2 baths, or a shower and a bath I imagine.
I much prefer baths. I can relax in them and read or listen to the radio and they just soothe me. And when I come out of one I smell simply fabulous thank you very much.
I'm not wasting my time lounging around in a bath tub. Showers are much more convenient.
For I am and forever shall be... a master ruseman.
i haven't taken a bath in years.
i might do it next weekend though
I'm a single father and a multimillionaire.
I like to take my time when doing either, so showers are nice on particularly cold days when I want the water to stay nice and warm. It's also easier to reach any part of your body when you're already standing up. But if I have time to relax, I opt for a bath.
Soaking in a little tub of water and grime is pretty disgusting to me. I'm ocd about cleanliness.
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Baths are better but showers are less time consuming and generally just easier to do.
If you've got time off work/college/school/whatever then baths are really good
"oh but you are lying in your own filth, you don't get rid of the dirt, it's disgusting."
Boo fucking hoo. Baths are comfortable, relaxing and clean you, deal with it.
I knew you were going to list "sitting in a tub of my own dirt" as your reason for not taking baths. You people are all the same.
If you take a bath when you're covered in dirt when you could just take a shower, you're a dumbass. Baths are excellent for loosening tense muscles, temporarily relieving headaches, and just relaxing, but if you're dirty, take a shower.
Shower for cleaning, bath for relaxing. I do both on a pretty regular basis and I even take a real quick shower after each bath just to rinse off good.
I like taking a bath instead of showering. Too bad we only have showers :)
shower, of course.
taking baths is not an effective way of cleaning your body, something you should know if you know some chemistry. if you don't, google partition coefficient. also, filling up the bathtub wastes a lot of water (compared to taking short showers)
you should always take showers unless it is freezing cold.
Yeah, I make no sense.
It depends. If I'm in a rush to do other things (got plans, etc), I take the shower, since it's fast and convenient.
If I have lots of time and am physically tired, then I take a bath. I can read a comic or play a video game whilst sitting in a tub, relaxing as I rest the spirit.
At 1/28/13 01:53 PM, Timmy wrote: Taking a shower is cleaner and uses less water, so I generally prefer that to baths.
If you take a shower for more than 5 or 10 minutes (I cant remember which) then neither of those are true.
At 1/27/13 11:50 PM, 1930 wrote: Sitting in a tub of my own dirt doesn't appeal.
At 1/28/13 01:17 AM, JBK wrote: Soaking in a little tub of water and grime is pretty disgusting to me. I'm ocd about cleanliness.
lol look at these two downs syndromes
At 1/27/13 11:50 PM, 1930 wrote: Shower hands down for me.
Sitting in a tub of my own dirt doesn't appeal.
I agree; the closest thing I'll come to a bath is a nice soak in a hot tub. :P