This is a new segment I’m kicking off today. It might be a segment and it might just be a one time post. No Embarrassment Area is an idea I had while watching The Dr. Oz show. He has a No Embarrassment Zone where any medical question can be asked without the fear of it being considered embarrassing. Anytime someone has a question there is a good chance others have the same question but were afraid to ask. In my No Embarrassment Area, I will come up with topic (if I can think of any more) where I hope you aren’t too embarrassed to answer or comment on. Feel free to leave your comments without fear. No one is going to judge you – least of all me.
In an interview Kelly Clarkson told a Blender interviewer that she not only pees in the shower but admits to checking the color of her snot when she is sick. To be honest, I applaud her honesty. People usually flat out lie when asked questions that might cast them in a different light, to friends and family. People lie about dumb things anyway. How many times has someone asked you what time it was? You know it was twenty seven minutes after four, but you said, 4:30.
When you can’t even tell the truth about what time it is something is wrong. People will tell you they don’t or never picked their nose, masturbate, snore, or even pee in the shower. Those are the ones you’ll see running down the street with their pants on fire.
Life happens. If you are brave enough leave a comment. I want to know if you pee in the shower. If it makes it easier for you to answer, urine is sterile when it leaves the body. Totally clean. Peeing in the shower actually cleans the tub as it travels to the drain. No need to be embarrassed. I hope you like the joke too.
I almost forgot to tell you that yes, yes indeed I do sometimes pee in shower. It is quicker than getting out of the shower and going. Just in case you’re wondering it’s not just a guy thing too. I have it on good authority that women pee in the shower as well.
Why do guys pee in the shower?
Because peeing in the bathtub is just disgusting.
In a completely unrelated thought, why is it that no sooner than we are squeaky clean and step out of the shower, people always fart? A nice clean butt, between the cheeks too, and then, pooooooofff!, soiled by dirty air. It gets on my nerves for sure. C’mon, I know I’m not the only one!
Make sure to stop back on January 2, 2010 for our first guest blogger, Chris Ferrell from Nerds of the Round Table.