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Hair washing as a kid

At one point when I would have been probably only 2, perhaps younger, I remember getting my hair washed in my Gran’s house. I did not like that's as the soap went in my eyes and stung them. In an effort to get me to tip my head back not forward they tried to wave a jar of Bovril above my head to get me to look at it. I am not sure how successful this was. Anyway all this took place while I was being bathed in the Belfast sink in my gran’s kitchen.

Some how this all came to mind as I tried to have a bath this morning:

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a_cubed
Jun. 18th, 2012 02:41 am (UTC)
Many US baths are not baths, just shower cubicle floors with annoyingly high sides. Not big enough to take a bath, but too high to easily get in and out to use the shower. Japanese baths are also often too small, though very deep. THe lack of a slope at the "back" end makes them really not suitable for lazing in.
qidane
Jun. 18th, 2012 02:46 am (UTC)
This one has a tiny seat at one end, when sat fully down I had wet legs but that was about it!
a_cubed
Jun. 18th, 2012 02:59 am (UTC)
Now thaty I look closely at the photo, I can see that.
Do the "designers" of these items, or the buyers who purchase them to put in the rooms ever actually try these things out? They really need to be hit hard over the head with a book on ergonomics and another on statistical descriptions of the variation of the human form. At least when there's only a shower cubicle you're not expecting to be able to take a bath.
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