YOU’VE had your daily dose of shower thoughts, so you must know of the tremendous potential that exists in our brains.
It’s a whole new experience with rain showers, because we get such mind-blowing revelations about literally anything when we clean ourselves — rumour has it that scientists are still investigating this phenomenon. Perhaps the act of lathering ourselves with soap and conditioner has a therapeutic effect that works wonders with the mind. Or maybe it’s because bath time is the only time the human brain is undisturbed by technology.
Some of these pretty much deserve the Nobel Prize of the Internet, if such a thing ever existed. Here, we count down the top 10 shower thoughts that’ll make you wonder why you’ve never thought of them before (spoiler alert: number one is a massive shocker).
If you’re keen to experience your own powers in action, grab your bar soaps and shower mitts — it’s time to let your mind enter a state of spiritual transcendence.
The body raises its temperature to kill off harmful organisms. That’s what earth’s doing with us. #Showerthoughts
— Showerthoughts (@rShowerThoughts) February 18, 2019
Time to use reusable straws, or incur Mother Earth’s wrath. #ClimateChangeIsNotAHoax
Are edgy people called edgy because they aren’t well rounded individuals? #Showerthoughts
— FriendlyBaron (@FriendlyBaron) February 15, 2019
The same reason why the saying goes “be there or be square”, because when you don’t show up, you’re not around.
You can’t unearth anything on Mars. #showerthoughts
— Shower Thoughts (@ShowerThoughtz1) February 20, 2019
When humans finally relocate to Mars, so much time would have passed that even vocabularies would cease to be practical. In the year 2200 (assuming we live on planet Mars then), archaeologists will have to un-mars their findings — wild.
If we changed the word ‘sun burn’ to ‘radiation burn’ and we changed ‘tan’ to ‘radiation damage’, people would probably take them a lot more seriously.
— Shower Thoughts (@TheWeirdWorld) February 10, 2019
No sweat for the Augustman.com readers, they have an even more serious skincare routine.
Linguists must be shaking in their seats, wondering why they haven’t considered this before.
In a more relatable context, saying “You’re fired!” can end lives too — in the figurative sense.
This sounds vaguely like a vegan’s personal testimony.
Because you won’t have to go to bed thinking about waking up to your alarm — sweet dreams indeed.
If learning a new language is akin to getting an expansion pack in the gaming world, then mankind has already figured it out — we are living in a simulation after all (cue Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody).