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    I so want to take one of those baths! Gonna have to find me some ginger and see if I can find the time to take one this week/weekend. Not sure I want to sweat for up to an hour after though....
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    A 40 minute bath? I don't know what I'd do that whole time! I wish I had one of those reading boards so I could safely prop up a book. I guess I could put Netflix on the laptop and set it on the toilet seat lid. That's about 1 episode of Charmed =P. I'll get some more baking soda tonight, along with fresh broccoli (btw, I usually abbreviate to "broc" because I never remember how to spell it, I rely entirely on spellcheck for that word), regular potatoes, and sweet potatoes.
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    Yet another *thoughtful pause*...

    Do what any other grownup would do. Buy little plastic boats and have a nice little regatta turn into a vicous naval war! What, I can't be the only one who does this...

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    Yeah, I'm thinking 40 minutes is a tad long myself... would really hate to drop my kindle in the water... grrr...
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    I have the baking soda (I use it for a lot of my cleaning), but I need to buy more ginger and epsom salts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnegans Wake View Post
    Yet another *thoughtful pause*...

    Do what any other grownup would do. Buy little plastic boats and have a nice little regatta turn into a vicous naval war! What, I can't be the only one who does this...

    Been there, done that. Nothing beats bath time naval warfare.

    40 minutes sounds about right to me. I just read paper books so if I fall asleep and drop it then all I have to do is let it dry.

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    My new book is hardcover. I bet my parents still have tons of old bath toys from when my brother was a baby. Or at least some. I could always practice pouring with my teapot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    I could always practice pouring with my teapot.
    *like*
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    I still have a kid who uses bath toys. Score!

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    *Update* I just finished a 40 min detox bath. I had all the ingredients plus some Garden of Life brand aromatherapy oils. It was awesome and I smell great. In fact both my dog and one of my cats are sitting really close to me. I enjoyed reading the October 12th Entertainment Weekly which has articles on reunions of stars from several TV shows and Movies from the 80s and 90s.

    Conclusion: It is a great idea, but I need to re do my bathroom and add a soaking tub. Not enough of me was under water.lol

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