How many times a week did you take a bath?

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  1. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    thats also good for a car wash :) anyways onto the main question. i shower once daily and once everytime i get a haircut.
     
  2. Sputnik

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    At the base I've the luxory to have a quick shower every day. While in the field sometimes we can't have a decent wash in a month (depending on the operation ofcource). However small lakes or riviers help in certain situations. A couple times I washed myself with snow. Wich was very cold ;)
     
  3. Primrose

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    Sound like a snow job again to me..:D

    http://www.myuselessknowledge.com/joe/snowjob.html
     
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  5. ErikAlbert

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    I only take a bath, when my wife insists. :)
     
  6. Primrose

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    :D

    You just be careful Comrade,Nika might slap you with the "last ring" before all your wounds completely heal ..;)

    Happy Kupat’sya to Ya.

    http://www.lyricsfreak.com/g/grateful-dead/62480.html



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    Celebration of Ivan Kupala Day in Russia

    As mentioned above, most rites of this holiday has something to do with water. Young guys and girls used to bathe in the rivers and lakes together in the night. Girls made beautiful diadems from flowers and then threw them in the water, which they used to guess their fate. Whichever direction the diadem drifted, that is where their fiancé would be from. Young men would try to take the diadems from the water. If a man managed to retrieve a diadem, the girl who made the diadem was to spend an evening with him. Another custom related to water was to wash one’s face with morning dew. Young people tried to dunk or splash each other with a pail of water. They ran after each other with buckets filled with water, got wet, laughed, and had fun.
    http://www.wscsd.org/ejournal/article.php3?id_article=127

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