How do you know when to terminate your shower?
I was showering this morning and when I came to turn the water valve clockwise, to off, I wondered what had prompted me to consider my shower was complete.
I certainly didn’t time it. Perhaps I’d completed a subconscious ablution protocol but why I decided to leave the shower I don’t know.
Any thoughts you lot?Posted 4 years agodirtycrewdomMember
Once I’ve finished my wash routine I’ll stand there and rinse for a minute then get out. I think the biggest determining factor to length of shower, is how long it takes me to start washing from getting in. Usually it’s more or less straight away, but if I’m particularly cold, tired, hungover, mulling things over after a fight with the wife, then I just let the water warm and relax me for a while first.Posted 4 years agobikebouyMember
I get out only when I’ve used all the hot water up, takes about 1/2 hour on full chat (power shower, large head) If I’ve been riding and am muddy/grimey/cold I start off warm progressivly turning the dial to “Kettle Boiling” temp then back off .4 of a turn and subsiquently blast the grout off the tiles until I can’t breath because of all the steam.Posted 4 years ago
Only then do I step out.robdobMember
I tend to get nosebleeds quite often (no underlying problems or drugs) and when they happen in the shower (maybe when I’ve rubbed my nose too hard) it looks like a scene out of Psycho, blood everywhere.
The main problem is that it’s quite impossible to stop the blood flowing in the shower, and you can’t get out with blood dripping everywhere and covered in soap. So I have spent AGES in the shower sometimes when this happens!
Only solution I found was to reach for the toilet roll and grab a load and stuff it up my nose!Posted 4 years agooliverd1981Member
Stand and get warmed throughPosted 4 years ago
Soap and wash everything starting at the top
Rinse a bit more
Remember feet – do feet
Squeegee the excess water from my pelt with my hands (saves drenching towels)
probably about 10 minutes if I’m not paying to heat the water.
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