Dickidoo was venting just the other day. He wanted to know why there were so many razors in the shower. I had no idea but I had just bought a pack of 13 for my oldest daughter, perhaps they were from when she uses our shower.
'There are 12 razors in the shower,' he pointed out. 'Go see for yourself.' I looked, and sure enough there were 12 razors of various shapes, sizes and colors all lined up on the shower stool. 3 were his. Now we've had this discussion before, I will never use his disposable razors thanks to an emergency substitution several years back that left me bleeding and scarred for life. He insists that he never shaves in the shower. That may well be, but just because it wasn't him doesn't automatically mean it was me. As for the other ones, well, Becca admitted that she just grabs a new one if the old one gets too dull.
'Disposable dear, that means you can throw them away!' I pointed out. She nodded with enlightment and promised to start throwing them away.
Silly man, did he really think it was me? If he had even bothered to check the evidence ie.: my legs and pits, he would have known it couldn't have possibly been me who was leaving all the razors in the shower.
Actually I did shave today after washing my hair. While I was waiting for my conditioner to condition I did a little label reading. Why do shampoo manufacturer's feel its necessary for you to 'lather, rinse, repeat'? The bathsoap doesn't recommend that you wash twice. Laundry soap doesn't tell you to 'wash, rinse, repeat' with a load of clothes. Dishwashers don't recommend it either. They're obviously confident that their product will clean in one cycle. So why use a shampoo that the manufacturers recommend using twice to get the desired results. Sounds like time to get a new shampoo. I've got better things to do with my time. Like playing Yahtzee!