I beg your pardon in advance if this is offensive, but I’ve had a really aggravating time of it lately trying to get ready in the morning:
I have a dream that, one day, the bathrooms of this nation will have enough outlets that all hairstyling and skincare electronics can be plugged in at the same time side by side. I dream that the skincare electronics will not have to be swept aside to make room for the haircare tools, but can each achieve their purposes in harmony and true equality as God and Revlon intended.
I have a dream that the water in every shower will be able to reach temperatures of actual heat, instead of staying bogged down in the merely tepid. I see it, I have this vision, of steam rising from a thousand bathtubs, washing away the aches of the world. I dream of real, meaningful water pressure, of light bulbs that last, of hairdryers that don’t short out every four months.
I have a dream that even among the plumbers, with their words of equivocation and denial and their obscene bills for service, even among the plumbers and the electricians and the contractors this vision will shine through, and we will all climb together from the valley of cramped, ill-lit bathrooms up to the mountains of sufficient space and natural light, where the outlets are plentiful and the water pressure never fails, where the drains never clog and the water never suddenly plunges from room temperature to freezing cold without warning.
And when this happens, when we are all able to use our bathrooms without aggravation, then we will all, male and female, parent and child, sister and brother, college roommate and awkward one-night stand, hold hands and sing together, “Clean at last, clean at last! Thank God Almighty, we are clean at last!”
4 thoughts on “I have a dream (no, not that one)”
Be thankful you don’t have to share a bathroom with a guy. I’m not allowed to leave anything other than my toothbrush on the counter, which makes for many trips fetching cremes and irons and gels and such. 😦
Harsh, man! He needs to be educated in what it takes to be a girl. I don’t even want to admit how long it takes me to get ready in the morning.
Hilarious! I absolutely loved this!!! We can all relate to this one for sure.
I think it’s our best hope for global unity.