Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Bath or Shower?

You’ll be wondering about my plaster.

Eventually it didn’t come off in the bath. It ended its active life on the bathmat - which seemed appropriate.

The miracle plaster survived a remarkable 82 baths - some of them in Spain. But this is a picture of my latest plaster, which came off in the bath after 4 days.
It was applied to my arm by a vampire at the dental hospital who had just removed an armful of my blood for ‘tests’.

Are you a bath person or a shower person?

I much prefer baths to showers. Have you ever enjoyed a glass of Sauvignon or read a book in the shower?

I have showered in hundreds of French campsites where the water always ran cold suddenly.

Oh - but there was the glorious time when I discovered a tiny hole in the wall and watched a George Clooney lookalike enjoying his shower.

.....Excuse me for a moment


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Blogger Gareth said...

The bath in my current abode is dodgy and never really clean so I shower, but when I vist the parents Its always a bath. I think in manyways its a case of the grass being greener, if I only had a bath - which is often the case then I would want a shower,

Pre work earl;y morning baths were never my favourite.

10:37 pm  
Blogger MJ said...

As long as I can get dirty while I'm getting clean.

5:01 am  
Blogger Anxious said...

Preferably, one rigged up to a combi boiler so it will never go cold.

Baths only occasionally, for aching limbs and relaxation.

7:23 am  
Blogger Betty said...

I like power showers, especially ones where the heating doesn't veer between hot and cold, but a bath's preferable simply because I get to sit down and therefore be even more lazy.

A bath shared with Thierry Henry would be even better.

9:49 am  
Blogger Murph said...

Mr P. tried to put me in the bath once and I did what your vampire in the mental hospital did to you.

But peeping at a Wayne Rooney lookalike? Pffft!!!!

12:29 pm  
Blogger Geoff said...

I never feel totally clean after a shower.

Then again I wouldn't want to sit in a bath after just anybody, even if the bath had been cleaned.

So it's bath at home, shower away.

Shower away!

1:32 pm  
Blogger Dave G said...

I'm told I bear a striking resemblance to George Clooney......well from the back anyway.

3:35 pm  
Blogger Flaming Nora said...

Is George Clooney Wayne Rooney's dad then?

I prefer baths as you can spend hours getting frothy with your SpongeBob SquarePants bubble bath.

7:50 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

I bet you use up all your mum’s hot water. And I bet she cleans up afterwards.

If anyone can get dirty while getting clean ‘tis yourself.

Relaxation and that comforting feeling of being surrounded by warm water

Power showers are a bit scary.
As for Thierry - I think if he saw me at the other end of the bath he’d be a bit underwhelmed.
But in the words of Debbie Harry it would be my finest hour watching him shower!

I didn’t know you spoke rhyming slang. I did not mention the words ‘mental’ or ‘Rooney’.
They let me out for the day.

Hmmm. I think I’m the other way round - you see some awful sights in the plugholes of showers.. (shudders)

So if you turn round would I be disappointed or are you better looking than George?

You know how to spoil yourself.
If George is Wayne's dad, the mother must have been doubly ugly!

8:41 pm  
Blogger Heather said...

Oh my god! that's "The Camomile Lawn" I was in an extra, not in that scene though, that would be racy. So from me it's a bath definitely.

10:49 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Wow! a TV star visiting my blog (curtseys).
Surely you were just a toddler at the time.

8:59 am  
Anonymous Fidel said...

Hot bath, bubbles, company, Chablis *very cold* - Perfect Friday night.

11:44 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Sounds perfect. But I've only got Sauvignon.

7:10 pm  

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