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I have never thought of a dream bathroom. I suppose it should have a bathtub (with a moving wall that does not leak!) with a showerhead, so you can both shower and bathe. A washbasin with enough space to put a glass with a toothbrush and toothpaste on it. A mirror over the washbasin with a narrow shelf under it, for small things. Enough cupboards with space for stuff. Plenty of hooks/sticks you can hang towels on. A shelf or two beside the bathtub to put your clothes on before you go shower. A washing machine. A toilet. Enough toilet paper. A rug on the floor, so you do not need to step on the tiles directly from the shower.

Warmth, because who wants to wash themselves in a cold room. A working ventilation system. Well, working everything, with super magical drains that never get stuffed with hair and a super magical mirror that never has stains from toothpaste and super magical towels that are always warm and soft - we are talking about dream bathroom, yes?

ETA: Shower that can be adjusted just right to warm-but-not-hot temperature!

The next poster has more specific and realistic ideas about a dream bathroom and will explain them to us.

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:o 

dream bathroom: spacious shower cabin with glass walls and door, giant shower head with adjustable flow, pretty tiles, storage (built in the wall) for your shower gel and whatnot. Double sink, obviously, with enough space for dental hygiene sets, skin care products, hand towels, facial towels, storage under the sink for more products, toilet paper and fresh towels, as well as a towel warmer (because it doesn't have to be magic), large mirror, preferably with a pretty frame, cabinets on both sides for storage. Toilet, bidet. Towel dryer rack. Big built-in bathtub with windows over it (looking over a pretty garden, preferably - obviously we aren't on the ground floor) curtains for the windows, space on the ledge for bath products and towels. Heating, ventilation system built in the walls, radiators, water boilers and the like are ugly. Lots of home decor, classic and antique-esq design but not "bling-bling". 

 

Tpb will tell us what kind cake they had for their last birthday (or for the last birthday for which they got a cake, even if it was 2 or 5 years ago). 

  

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Got two cakes on my birthday six months ago. I'm a massive chocoholic, so one was a pure chocolate cake and another one a chocolate cheesecake :wub: (damn, I want some now :drool:)

 

TPB will tell us the story of the most memorable birthday they've had.

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17 hours ago, RhaenysB said:

:o 

dream bathroom: spacious shower cabin with glass walls and door, giant shower head with adjustable flow, pretty tiles, storage (built in the wall) for your shower gel and whatnot. Double sink, obviously, with enough space for dental hygiene sets, skin care products, hand towels, facial towels, storage under the sink for more products, toilet paper and fresh towels, as well as a towel warmer (because it doesn't have to be magic), large mirror, preferably with a pretty frame, cabinets on both sides for storage. Toilet, bidet. Towel dryer rack. Big built-in bathtub with windows over it (looking over a pretty garden, preferably - obviously we aren't on the ground floor) curtains for the windows, space on the ledge for bath products and towels. Heating, ventilation system built in the walls, radiators, water boilers and the like are ugly. Lots of home decor, classic and antique-esq design but not "bling-bling"

I am a horrible barbarian and never got the point of a double sink. Will you enlighten me, oh wise one?

And I just googled towel warmers. This is a new concept to me.

(Next poster plays on from what LSON posted.)

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I can't really name a particularly memorable birthday. 16,18 and 20 stood out, but there's really no one birthday to rule them all. 

@Buckwheat That two people can use it at the same time? :dunno: 

tpb will tell us where they see themselves in 5 years. 

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52 minutes ago, RhaenysB said:

 

@Buckwheat That two people can use it at the same time? :dunno:

Oh. I thought it was something more important than that. In that case, it does not belong into my dream bathroom anyway, because I prefer to be the only person using the bathroom at one time. (I do not have a problem with sharing in general, but sharing must be divided in time, if that makes sense. To be more on the point, I like to be in the bathroom alone.)

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On ‎10‎/‎20‎/‎2016 at 8:21 AM, RhaenysB said:

tpb will tell us where they see themselves in 5 years. 

Hopefully in the same city at the same company I am at now. I like it and I am sick of moving.

TPB will share what their favorite fruit spread, jam, jelly, preserves, etc. is.

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Not a fan of jams at all. I have a strawberry jelly/jam/whatever in the fridge for whenever I have that crazy urge to spread a toast with something sweet. Quince or sweet potato jam/jelly are big favs around here, but usually the star is dulce de leche (confiture of milk). You can't say no to dulce de leche :o

Tpb will share their favorite salty spread (vegetable, meat based, etc).And by spread I mean anything paste-like to be put on a toast/bread/biscuit.

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Ugh, I can't choose one. Terrine de foie gras,  duck terrine, deer terrine, salmon spread, avocado, aubergine cream (with certain seasoning, it can taste horrible with the wrong seasoning or texture).

 

tpb will tell us what's their favorite garnish. 

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Pico de Gallo. But not a lot of it.

@Baltan Dulce de leche is awesome too. Though I will usually call it manjar.

TPB will share what was the last show they watched on a binge.

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I haven't tried it, but definitely not on my list of things I must eat before I die.

 

TPB will tell us which food they hate with their souls (and why if there's a reason).

 

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Onions, I hate everything I about them. The texture, the smell and obviously the taste. I'm not a big vegetable fan so there is a long list of ones I dislike.

 

TPB will tell us the weirdest food they ever tried.(I tried crocodile jerky the other day and it wasn't good)

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Escargot is just the French word for snail. :ack::stillsick::ack:

Weird food? I do not think anything I tried counts as weird, actually.

The next poster is vegan.

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So wait, how does that work now? Are only vegans allowed to answer, do I have to become a vegan if I answe :P , do I just tell you you're wrong? 

No, I'm a vegetarian, but not a vegan. I love my coffee with milk and/or cream, and I drink yoghurt and eat a lot of cheese, butter, and occasionally kaymak or sour cream.

TPB will desribe what they have eaten or will eat for dinner today. (I'm hungry and will have my dinner as soon as I get home, so I have food on my mind not just because of this thread.)

 

 

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A necklace with a heart pendant that my grandma gave me for my First Communion. 

 

tpb will tell us about an item (any item, clothing , jewelry, whatever) that has a special meaning to them and why it is special. 

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