Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'OT (OFF Topic) Forums' started by DrFeelgood, Aug 13, 2019.
Yes, Mr Rumsfeld.
It's put the wind up me anyway.
We put in a decent sized one as we like to go in together!
Ah yes Ponti,all well and good, but, what would happen if I was having a Tom tit, and your wife decided to come out the shower?
I'll tell you what, I'd be in deep s##t on the WC.
That scenario has occurred; and it hasn’t been an issue
There’s nothing like getting soaped and washed up and down by the one you love !
Looks like you need to get yourself a corner shelf for the shampoos! ( and tackle the mould in the tray/tile joints)
Gets done every so often...
...at least the tiles fit where they touch...
It would have been better if the shower head had been on the long wall.
You did that tiling yourself didn't you?
I find a beautiful and enthusiastic stranger works well too
Wrong! The entrance door would be opposite. Honestly Mr Renault get a grip. .
So Doc's initial daft post is now a critique of Ponto's shower and tiling (in)abilities...
Anybody knows a walk-in wet-room is the only solution!
I'm not a fan, the floor is always wet and they remind me of hotel rooms for the disabled, you know the ones where you call assistance in the middle of the night trying to turn the light on with the pull switch.
Surely though, in a square format ( the most common type) shower the entrance would always be opposite?
Anyway, you have an oblong shower and stand facing the narrow end, when obviously standing the other way makes best use of the space...except when you design a glass door to hit a porcelain toilet bowl!!
Heh heh heh!
Why bring in the square shower argument? Pontoneer's shower is an oblong can we please not go off on tangents? This is a serious business. Not even sure if square is the most common, I wouldn't bet on it.