There have been some interesting debates out in the social media universe, and I would say this is one of them!
The debate is all about how you stand in the shower.
Alice, from Crystal Palace, took to Twitter and asked the question:
Help me settle a debate. It’s normal to shower with your back to the shower right? Not facing the water?— Alice (@Backpainandwine) January 14, 2021
The responses were mixed and fun:
When lock down debate comes down to this, it's time for the vaccine— Sophism Rules UK 3.5% #FBPE '43 Group' (@UkSophism) January 14, 2021
I don't like my face in the water at all, unless I've had a terrible day and you do that thing they do in films, where you put your hands on the wall and lean forward with your hair streaming down, like you've just blown up an entire planet and need some time to think.— Queen of Scotties 💙 (@RedWoman1552) January 14, 2021
I spin around in the shower so I do both— Selina j 🧚🏻🌙⚒ (@OfSelina) January 14, 2021
But it gets all in your eyes!— Alice (@Backpainandwine) January 14, 2021
Oh interesting! If I do that I end up spraying water all over the shop 😂— Alice (@Backpainandwine) January 14, 2021
1. Face the water; 2. Turn your back; 3. Face the water again; 4. Turn your back and exit in safety.— Pedro Sousa (@Badgeman_Brown) January 14, 2021
I do back to the water because it’s easier to do the handstands that way— Matt 🏴☠️ (@matt_runs) January 14, 2021
Watery rotisserie is pure poetry— Alice (@Backpainandwine) January 14, 2021
I think it's fine to shower which way you want. Which way you face in the bath is a little more crucial.— Sam Donut 🇪🇺 (@SamDonut1) January 15, 2021
I start with my back to water, but turn around to wash my face, then end up with my back to the water again.
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