While researching lighting for the Bathroom From Hell yesterday I stumbled across this online article from an Asian Distributor. As I'm still sharing a bathroom with my Beloved, I particularly enjoyed their scientific conclusion that a powerful exhaust fan in a shared bathroom lowers the divorce rate. While the article addresses the somewhat 'delicate' issues of communal ablutions, I think they either just hit the Google translate button & copied & pasted literally or employed Dodgey Brothers Translation Services. Either way, it made for such hilarious reading I just had to share it.
It is very common today for a wedding couple or significant others to own separate bathrooms. Equivalent married people need their privacy. For those unlucky enough to have to share their antique brass bathroom accessories not tell a spouse, a bathroom exhaust fan is absolutely capital.
As we all know, when sex perform their trouble character the toilet odor is intolerable. A diverse toilet area with a shared bathroom has helped these couples out immensely; however, a bathroom exhaust fan is still needed to satisfy everyone's needs. Exceedingly gentlemen who proceeds their bathrooms with their spouses are relegated to the powder hope to cause their biz. Powder rooms, because of their trifling area, generally keep the strongest bathroom exhaust fans. Manufacturers are so confident shoud new designs they are right away putting a guarantee of 10 seconds on many exhaust fans!
In that a woman spends twice as much time string a bathroom being a individual, bodily is of utmost importance that the gentleman perk his very personal career in a bathroom or at maiden a separate lavatory, preferably onliest subaqueous instanter from the master bathroom.
Turn your showering area into a merriment meadow. The idea of separate bathrooms for couples has saved an enormous amount of money whereas these couples on marriage counseling or tantrum charge. Statistics show that the divorce rate is higher in marriages setting there is one master bathroom with no bathroom exhaust fan. Sensible is funny how particular little piece of hardware, congeneric as a bathroom exhaust fan, could make such a distinction in a marriage.'
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