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    why do we shower with water specifically, why not something else. I can get the history of it, maybe people thought it was pure or something and not sticky. But isn't there like a new alternative, hasn't modern technology evolved to such an extent that we shower with something that wouldn't require shampoo and would simply rinse itself out?
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    Water is abundant, high tech cleaning liquid that is as viscous as water isn't.
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    If only there was a shower on TSR to clean out all of your stupid threads.
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    You could technically give yourself a rub down with an alcohol-based sanitiser and use dry shampoo on your hair. Still cheaper and more effective to just use water though, using sanitiser won't clean off dirt for a start.
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    (Original post by MachinesCradle)
    If only there was a shower on TSR to clean out all of your stupid threads.
    Do you ever wonder what life would be like if you’d gotten enough oxygen at birth?
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    (Original post by pcmasterrace1)
    Do you ever wonder what life would be like if you’d gotten enough oxygen at birth?
    Oxygen deficiency is clearly an impossible hypothetical scenario. We're not related.
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    (Original post by MachinesCradle)
    That's clearly an impossible hypothetical scenario. We're not related.
    You must be fun at parties!
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    (Original post by Vikingninja)
    Water is abundant, high tech cleaning liquid that is as viscous as water isn't.
    Not for long.
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    (Original post by pcmasterrace1)
    why do we shower with water specifically, why not something else. I can get the history of it, maybe people thought it was pure or something and not sticky. But isn't there like a new alternative, hasn't modern technology evolved to such an extent that we shower with something that wouldn't require shampoo and would simply rinse itself out?
    Water is so simple but can radiate your house.
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    I shower with milk.

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    if it aint broke dont fix it
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    I shower with gold 🔥😊
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    Better than blood
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    (Original post by ShikaMekiFuka)
    I shower with gold 🔥😊
    Must be painful

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    I shower with rose water. :love:
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    (Original post by A321)
    Must be painful

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    Gotta suffer to be flawless 🙅🏾👏🏾🌸jk
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    considering your username 'pcmasterrace1', maybe you could go and code a computer or device to produce a fluid to cleanse you.

    Off you go, bye
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    (Original post by Cherub012)
    Not for long.
    Well high tech cleaning fluid still isn't going to be.
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    Juice would be sticky
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    (Original post by the_malis)
    Juice would be sticky
    loool depends on the kind
 
 
 

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