Saturday, April 11, 2009
Why is it that we tend to spend an inordinate amount of time in the shower washing parts of ourselves that aren't actually that dirty? Such as the center of our chest or our upper arms. I've been tracking this recently, and have found it quite hilarious. I will spend several full minutes loofah-ing my arms and shoulders (as if their cleanliness is really a problem for me who sits at a desk all day reading and thinking about theology). For some reason it's hilarious to me that something that we do every single day could actually make no sense from an efficiency standpoint.....Thoughts, dear readers?