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    I believe "snarfle" is right up there with "moist". Words that sound incredibly filthy.

    I heard that some Japanese people jump in the shower, get wet, turn tap off, lather up, turn water on and rinse. Well at least our exchange student and his family do.
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    showering is supposed to be a pleasant experience, not a military operation. plus, i'm retarded in the morning and therefore slower and with no desire to be efficient.
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    I need to shampoo my hair twice cause i'm a greaseball. It's not too long but it still takes around 3 minutes for that alone. Best I can manage is around 10 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    I could take a three minute shower if I didn't have to wash my hair or shave my armpits.
    This.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sleuth View Post
    I believe "snarfle" is right up there with "moist". Words that sound incredibly filthy.

    I heard that some Japanese people jump in the shower, get wet, turn tap off, lather up, turn water on and rinse. Well at least our exchange student and his family do.
    I'm not Japanese, but I do turn off the tap when I'm shampooing, turn it back on to rinse (Duh, ya think? )
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    I believe I am snarfle-ready at all times I don't shave, so that cuts a lot of time. Maybe water pressure is a factor? We have really good water pressure, so rinsing soap and shampoo takes mere seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Also, are you saying "walla" just to piss Grimm off? Inquiring minds want to know.
    or is it something else entirely? Walla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Rhubarb.
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    Voila makes more sense in that context than a murmuring crowd. However, thank you for responding because I think somebody has me on ignore
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    I have Lobes on ignore.
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    Bullshit. I call your ignore and raise you a permanent ignore.
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    A sphincter says what?
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    I award you this beautiful statuette in acknowledgment of your snappy comeback.

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    Who gets it - venus or me? If there is any justice, the bacaward goes to moi. Walla.
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    It's a one of a kind piece. You'll have to fight over it.

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    I don't mind getting down in the mud.
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