In the shower you’re vulnerable. You’re unclothed, unarmed, and stuck in a confined space. What happens if an intruder comes in?
It’s even worse when you’re closing your eyes to wash your face or hair. This is why Hitchcock’s “Psycho” was such a hit. It spoke to that irrational, universal fear.
Come Up With a Burglar Defense Plan
Your home is your castle, and you should be able to defend it.
As unlikely as it is, we've all asked ourselves the question of what to do if someone tries to break in. Hide in the closet? Call the police? Take the fight to them? It's different for every person, and it's really only a problem when we're at home.
Sniff Your Armpits
If you're doing this anywhere except for where there aren't any other people, you're already too late.
Deodorants can wear off if you don't have enough on or you're working hard. We've all tested to see if there is enough fresh scent down there, but this is the kind of thing to do privately.
Reusing Dirty Dishes
When you're out with friends you're on your best behavior, but if you're alone at home that behavior goes right out the window.
Sometimes we just don't feel like doing the dishes or running the dishwasher. If you're home alone, no one will mind if you grab a dish, give it a rinse, and reuse it.
Use the Laptop in the Bathroom
If you have far too much important work to do before a big deadline, then sometimes two pressing issues have to meet in the middle.
Taking a phone in when you're answering the call of nature might be one thing, but an entire laptop? Y'all nasty.