C’mon folks, it’s get to know you time.
Everyone reads in the bathroom at some point.
What’s sitting on your counter?
“What is Mathematics, 2nd Edition” is on my bathroom counter, and my bro reads “Don Quijote”. What an odd pair of bathroom books, seeing as our parents are a math professor and a librarian with a Spanish Literature PhD.
I read trigun maxium (vol 1) and cowboy bebop shooting star(vol1 and 2).
There very but there’s nothing to read in my bathroom. Beside they pretty good to read in a quiet place.
I read the paper.
Yes, it’s cliche, but it’s the truth.
That or Popular Science or Mechanics.
I have several bathroom readers. Check them out at http://www.bathroomreader.com/home.html
[warning]These are filled with useless information and it WILL permanently ingrain itself into your brain[/warning]
What an interesting thread Genia
I read the paper sometimes, but there is the 2005 Greater Toronto Regional Triple Play book in my bathroom! (you might be a FIRSTer when) LOL
Man, How many things are you going to do in the Bathroom? Read Servo Magazine, Talk to a FIRST friend on phone, study for science test, sing? Jeez people, learn to do one thing at a time:p
Bharat, if you ever call me while you are in the bathroom…i might kill you. :rolleyes: . Just kidding…but really dont.
I usally have a copy of a Tower hobbies catalog around. It’s often out of date, and I’ve all but memorized all the copy, but I’m not looking to expand my mind.
Other then that, the window always provides plenty of amusement.
If you’re ever really in need of something to read, compare the ingredients between two different shampoo’s and/or soaps. It’ll make you wonder why there are 50 billion different brands for the same stuff.
Time magazine, Harry Potter, and a Chicken Soup book of some sort …
but if I am in the middle of a good book, I’ll take that. Or if I have an upcoming exam, my textbook gets preference …
ps - i don’ t think i could have come up with a randomer thread if i tried …
I think you should win an award for orignal thread anyway, I like to read any magizine (yup no preference really) but preferably a science mag or paintball
Read? In the only bathroom in the house, where everyone wants in at the same time, and besides, there is no counter to put stuff on? :ahh:
You people have it good!!
(There’s room in bed for a book and a flashlight, however, so that’s how we sneak the reading in at our house. )
Here in Preston, the only bathroom reading is reading the text they put on the back of my shampoo bottle. (My shower caddy happens to hang right in front of the toilet in our bathroom, conveniently close to eye level.)
At home, however, it’s usually Reader’s Digest.
Wow, why does this thread not surprise me? Especially the author…
But yeah…I can’t stop laughing at this thread…Nice job Genia<3
I guess I read whatever’s there. Mom likes to put order booklets for creativity stores in there, and furniture mags. I just read it for fun.
Also, I’m weird but I read the labels on all our beauty products in the cabinet next to the loo. It’s really funny what some labels say. xD
Haha and I thought I was the only one that did that! LOL I think I’ve read the Kleenex and the toothpaste oh and the hand sanitizer like 25 times. LOL
Wow Genia, I didn’t know you had so much interest in getting to know people’s BATHROOM INTRESTS!!!
Galls (Fire/Rescue/EMT equipment and and gear catloge).
umm, thats it currently.
Growing up in a house with my parents, two brothers and a sister and only one bathroom, it was hard to get privacy, and the only place to guarantee it was the bathroom. So I started a ritual of hour long baths and it’s a ritual I continue to this day. That one hour a night is my time and I’m pretty snarly if I get interrupted.
Part of that bath-time includes reading while soaking and currently, my book of choice for the bath is Death of an Ordinary Man by Glen Duncan (which is about a man who attends his own funeral to try to find out why he died).
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