Poll: Do you sit/squat in the shower?

Spaceman Spiff

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I sometimes sit or squat in the shower, but usually only if I'm nursing a hangover. I do have to be careful that I don't fall asleep though.
 

lacktheknack

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That would require my shower to be significantly wider. Besides, If I sit down in warm water, I'm liable to fall asleep.
 

Jamieson 90

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When it comes to bathing there are two options.

1. Shower.

2. Bath.

If I want to get clean fast and especially if I'm in a rush then I have shower, and it's usually done with pretty fast.

If I want to relax and chill out then I'll run myself a nice warm bath.

So I'm either stood or up lay down, not sat or squatting.

So no you sick freak! Lol just kidding.
 

Brian Tams

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I've squatted in the shower once, and it was because I had slipped and walloped the side of my head against the tiled wall, and so I was doing it to stabilize myself until the world stopped spinning.
 

IndomitableSam

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Not usually, but every once in a while if I want a good relaxing soak sometimes I'll just kneel down in there and turn the heat up a bit and just soak it in. It's usually only ever for a minute or so.

The tubs at out place are tiny, though. Narrow, short and very, very shallow. Surprisingly shallow. I actually have to cut like 6 inches off a shower curtain when I put in a new one. It's weird, especially with 10-foot ceilings in the house. And I'm not little, so a bath is not a possibility there.
 

Johnny Novgorod

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I voted "rarely". Shower's in the tub and it's pretty comfy there. But I do it maybe a couple of times a year for whatever reason. Mostly thinking.
 

Shoggoth2588

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I've only sat in the shower when I felt really shitty. 99% of the time I stand but those few times I did sit it was...not unpleasant. I got oddly cold in places but otherwise it was fine-just-fine.
 
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I've only ever sat in the shower when I was extremely ill and too weak to stand. It was uncomfortable because my shower is built for people about 6 or 7 inches shorter and much thinner than me.
Its also uncomfortable to stand in but I digress.
 

mitchell271

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Only when I'm not feeling well. It's because I can't afford to sit in the shower for 20 minutes at a time lest my water bill rise (broke student troubles) and my roommates get pissed for hogging the bathroom in the morning.
 

Weaver

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Considering my shower and bathtub are the same thing (common in North America) I do it with relative frequency. I'm somewhat depressed and have a caffeine dependency so mornings are pretty difficult for me. So yeah, sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.
 

KarmaTheAlligator

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Tried it once, never again. Not only is the water mostly cold by the time it reaches down, I don't like the feeling of it when it sprays more than I want it to spray (might be due to the water's warmth, though).
 

scoopz

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You bet your sweet ass I sit in the shower sometimes. BUT OTHER TIMES, I'll lay down in the tub and just let the water fall on me like hot heavy rain. Ahhhh...
 

Someone Depressing

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What... kind of question is this?

I.. think so?

Yes?

Edit: I suppose after Garrus died in my ME2 playthrough, I most certainly did.
 

trollnystan

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Only briefly to clean my neither regions properly, after that I stand.

... Was that TMI?
 

EvilMaggot

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when im tired....REALLY tired.. i will sit down.. but the floor in the shower is heated aswell + the nice hot water :D
 

Mrkillhappy

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I will only squat in the shower if I am very tired, or I'm very depressed, or I am incredibly dizzy and would likely fall over if I tried to stand up straight. Other then that I would view it a a quirk more then anything else.
 

loc978

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Huh. Surprising how many people posting have stall showers. The only time I've ever lived in a place with a shower not situated over a bathtub, it was in a barracks, in the Army.

So yeah, shower to bath and vice-versa is all the same to me... though I usually lay down, as opposed to sitting or squatting.

...also... yes, I waste a lot of water, but I'm not connected to city water. I have a tapped spring on my property that flows 24/7 into a stream and provides far more than I could ever use. It's also only one of three on my property.
Additionally, my gray water output goes into a gravel filter, so wasting might not be the right word for my water use.