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December 2, 2005
Uncle Irving's makeshift bed, which was sorely needed for his anti-social comfort
Oh dear, my spare photo cache finally ran out. Thankfully, this weekend I actually get to walk around again and get back into the swing of things.
Until then, someone answer this question for me: what exactly is the purpose of having a shower with two shower heads? Don't get me wrong, the experience is wonderful, though it seems rather wasteful to me unless, of course, there is someone else in there with you.
Posted by callalillie at December 2, 2005 7:47 AM | Inquiry
psh, i think you just shipped irving over in the box.
the best is the custom made kohler thing where you get water from like 7 different places. i was considering that until i saw the cost and realized that i wouldn't go all the way to the basement to shower in the morning.
and i'm not sure we all want to know what you and lex are doing in the shower...
Posted by: tien at December 2, 2005 9:31 AM
this shower just has two heads, one on each wall.
and that last part, tien, that's your mind, not my words!
Posted by: corie at December 2, 2005 9:34 AM
when i was vacationing in seattle we stayed at a house that had that kind of shower in the master bedroom.. a shower head coming out of each wall and pointed at the middle. it was awesome!
Posted by: rachelle at December 2, 2005 10:27 AM
I suppose you could turn the other showerhead off when you're alone in the shower. Or, not be alone in the shower so much. ;)
Posted by: Divaah46 at December 2, 2005 2:33 PM
Is the shower double the length of a normal shower? I went to this house in Amagansett with a friend where the bathroom had a double length shower and there was a head on each end, I guess so two people can shower at once (?). It seemed too long for one person to use both heads unless you pointed them straight out.
Posted by: yp at December 2, 2005 2:39 PM
My pal Brian has that kind of set up. and it seems unlikely they were intended for one person use. However, his bathroom is novel in archetecture (it almost seems like it was intended to be locker-room styled), I'm not sure if the two situations can be compared.
Posted by: Jason at December 2, 2005 3:35 PM
Our bathroom is weird, too. The shower is extra large without a tub b/c there is a jaccuzi on the other side of the room. It kind of reminds me of a locker room shower, but the two shower heads definitely hit you.
Posted by: corie at December 2, 2005 3:41 PM
You still live in New York, right? Dual shower head, jaccuzi on the other side of the room?
Posted by: Bill at December 2, 2005 3:49 PM
What lux digs. Sunlights, sq.footage and two heads + jacuzzi. I will do a house trade anyday!
Posted by: Virginia at December 2, 2005 3:56 PM
You should enter the raffle at the Gingerbread Homes For Animals thing in central park and hope you win the Kitty Kastle to replace Unky Irving's cardboard box!
Posted by: discostu at December 3, 2005 7:59 AM
Ole Unc irving is showing signs of depression, facing the back etc. He missies the old times at the old house, but he'll come around.He's your forst born kittie, isn't he? And where is he in the pecking order of things with the 2 other cats?
Posted by: Jane at December 4, 2005 9:15 AM