That was seriously my response. Hey, I’m an only child. When it came to living with other women, it was my way or get out of the way. Besides, I don’t use shaving cream — just a plain ol’ bar of Dove — so that would have been nearly impossible for me. Not to mention a huge inconvenience and a waste of time.
I was online, checking out the reviews for a skincare brush — you know, one of those battery-powered, spinning Clarisonic things that’s supposed to make your face radiant — and I read this review where this woman was all, “I find this hard to use in the shower because it doesn’t come with anything for me to place or hang it on” and I was like, “ARE YOU 7?!”
My mind was completely blown that this grown woman (she left her age group and it’s 25-34) doesn’t wash her face at a sink. How can you possibly see how well you’re washing on your face if you’re in the shower? Those shower mirrors never stay un-fogged. I mean, even in face wash commercials, the women are at a sink, not in the shower. All of this got me thinking…
I’ll tell you what I don’t do:
- Brush my teeth.
- Wash my face.
- Clip my nails.
- Urinate. I MEAN COME ON.
- Stand there and just daydream, wasting water.
- Have a cocktail.
Although…not a bad idea.
Kidding. I’d probably drown.