#239 – Soaked

I liked when I was in a bath so long that the water was cold. Then I got to run the hot water at full blast. The warmth would slowly creep along the bottom of the tub and then reach up to surround me like a full body hug.

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4 thoughts on “#239 – Soaked”

  1. Cyndaquazy says:

    Ahh… I remember that phase. They were especially wonderful on cold winter mornings.

  2. boog says:

    On baths so hot they border on soup: I always feel like it’s such a waste, making so much boog broth to only throw it away afterward.

    1. kingklash says:

      Don’t worry. The Sewer ‘Gators appreciate it. You ever notice the empty saltine boxes around the storm drains near your house?

  3. pbarnrob says:

    A. (kingklash)- Most places, storm drains and municipal sewers don’t interconnect, at least until there’s a huge storm surge. So the cracker boxes might be found near the Hyperion plant in LA…
    B. In Japan, the steam cabinet preceeds the bath, which involves a soap-up, and a pan rinse-off, then followed by the hot soak in either a small cube-shaped tube with a seat shelf, or the big communal tub (GIs in Iwakuni got the small ones, to discourage ‘inappropriate behaviors’). Still, mmmm!

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