It's 2016. Why hasn't there been a marketable technology for cleaning yourself that doesn't consist of copious amount of water? People spend fucking 25 gallons of water in one shower.
since water is so cheap(for now). My roommate did math on how long it would take for a low-throughput shower-head to pay for itself and it was like 2 years at the play we were staying.
>People spend fucking 25 gallons of water in one shower.
That's not people. That's fat landwhales the size of webm related, or women.
Both creatures are not people. These creatures are simply animals. They waste the resources of society solely for pleasure, and they do nothing to produce it.
They are leeches, parasites, human trash. And they must be purged.
Whenever I take a bath I like to think of the less fortunate in under developed countries who don't have access to clean water, people like those in Flint in America, I always feel superior and somewhat lucky for having clean drinking water on demand 24 hours a day.
>tfw taking a hot bath for 15 minutes, then scrubbing my soles, showering and then taking another bath with clean warm water
Showers are way more than just washing yourself.
Showers are a great way to wake up. A great way to get warm on a winter morning. They feel wonderful. They're relaxing. I crank up the heat, put the back of my neck and shoulders into the stream, and massage my weird spastic muscle (left trapezius area).
It also softens my whiskers. I shave in the shower. No messy crap all around the sink and a much smoother, easier shave.
Hell, I'd be fine with a switch that recycles the drain water right back into the shower head. Get in, rinse off, turn on the recycler, enjoy getting blasted with heat for ten minutes, then turn it off and do a final rinse. Hell yeah, I just saved the world AND our collective sanity.
which is better anon, using 20 gallons and sending it all to be recycled, or cycling 5 gallons through your shower-drain loop four times and sending those 5 gallons to be recycled
hey baby, let's h2ohhhh
with this sensually and strategically positioned white model
in the shower there's no such thing as a "politico-media" complex
we should let the water run as long as we want
I mean immediate recycle and reheat. I'm saying that after my initial scrub-down, the water is staying clean and mostly soap free for a significant portion of my time in the shower.
The load on infrastructure isn't free.
That's actually a bright idea. I'm gonna start doing that.
I already stopped using shampoo. I don't have to worry about rinsing off much more than a thin layer of soap from my body.
Yes, astronauts sweat in space. And when they do sweat, it doesn't fall away from their bodies, it just sticks to it.
Unless they are exposed to a vacuum of course. Then the water instantly boils off before it can even form sweat. It just boils out of their skin, nose, mouth... Basically every single hole in their body.
You do realize baths use more water than a shower right? Unless you're planning on showing for over twenty minutes that's just not a reasonable response.
But baths are comfy so fuck op who cares water is cheap in the US
A steam shower would be an alternative. Get in the shower on the regular setting, your body gets wet and then the shower turns into steam mode. You soap up, put shampoo in your hair and when you're done, then turn on the water stream again. Probably could do the whole thing with five gallons. The steam doesn't take much water and would keep you warm while soaping.