Neither. I air dry.
Mike, that's hot.Um, wouldn't your towel get sopping wet if you brought it into the shower? I towel after stepping out, and saying "Hello world!"
I mean after you turn the water off do you dry off in the shower or out of the shower. Sheesh. (I even double checked this question to see if it made sense - Ashley said it did - but maybe her and I both need some help.)
I turn off the shower, then towel off, then step out of the shower, thus keeping the towel from getting sopping wet. My logic: its warmer in the shower than out.
andrew is just being a pill
Oh and my answer, believe it or not, I never thought to towel off in the shower until I was a jr in college and my roommate got annoyed that I got the bathmat all wet when I got out.
Precisely, Leslie. I towel off in the shower so as to keep the bathmat and floor dry. I understood the question perfectly, but that doesn't mean that you and Ashley shouldn't both seek help. In fact, I would encourage it.
Depends on the weather. When it's cold I stay in the shower, when it's hot i want to get out into the cooler air.
Leslie, you and I are the same person! I never thought to towel off inside the shower until I was in college and a roommate pointed out this helpful tip; it just never occurred to me.
It's too hard for me to give an answer when I'm having too much fun imagining all your answers! Oh shit, did I just type that? Damn it, this is a bad time for my delete button to not work.
after, unless i'm in a hotel with a shortage of towels rendering a bathmat unavailable.
i do a drip dry and then towel in the warm shower to avoid dripping all over the bathroom floor.
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