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Skip this section if you don't care about me and want to get straight to the tips.
I was known as the Shower King in college, one of many nicknames. And as the Shower King I am here to share tips and secrets I have picked up throughout the years. But let me first give you a little taste of my shower roots.
As a kid most of my shower life was spent in the locker room after swim practice. We used to have soap fights and make soap bubbles (those of you that swam should know what I'm talking about). With experienced soap bubblers we could easily make 100 square feet plus bubbles. I then moved on to more mature things once I got into college. I don't want to get too into detail but one of the things we would do is soap each other up and practice sliding across the floor for distance. I would usually skip weights to get an extra hour of practice.
Everyone knows that guys flog the dolphin in the shower. Even though this is true, this is something no one wants to hear about and more importantly no one wants to encounter any residual evidence. So make sure when you're exorcising the bishop you aim down. Shooting against the tiling with the intention of washing is not a good plan. You might do a bad job of cleaning it off the walls and there's a good chance it gets lost like in Something About Mary (if this happens make sure to check to the loofah).
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There are several effective techniques that can assure there are no residuals discovered by some lucky person. My favorite technique is: right before I finish I get into the Downward Facing Dog position (for those of you who don't do yoga see picture left). Although this is universally agreed as the most effective technique there are plenty of others that will suffice (message me if you would like other choices) .
As for women; the exact opposite is true. You can make noise, talk about it, and rub it all over the walls if you like.
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I was going to cut Ray out of this picture
but he is such a good looking man
Use less hair products. You're hair does not need to be cleaned every day. I rarely wash my hair nor have I used any gel/spray since prom in '82. I have the longest, thickest, most beautifulist hair. People would kill for my volume. Back in the day no one used hair products and all the guys had long vibrant hair. Look at the pictures of our founding fathers flowing locks (well Benjamin Franklin was balding up front but he was also struck by lightning several times). And how many bald cowboys do you know? I rest my case. Nowadays a lot of people start losing their hair in their 20's. So do what I do, shampoo your hair twice a week and throw out all those metro products.
Once you have decided that you are in the mood for an hour long shower in the locker room it is important to have company to play shower games with. Hence forth it is imperative to make sure your fellow showerees stay the whole time. So when you see someone getting ready to turn off the shower, turn to the soap dispenser and get a handful of liquid soap, after they turn off their shower and begin to exit, throw the soap and hit them right in the back. They will laugh, get back in the shower to rinse off and then when they exit do it again. Everyone loves a guy/gal with a sense of humor.
Well I hope you found this helpful. Feel free to share this blog and the tips you have learned with your friends (posting this on your facebook or twitter would be wonderful). As always I appreciate your comments and questions. Don't forget to join before you leave!