Why does bathroom water taste so much better than kitchen water?
This has boggled my mind since I was a kid. I will still go to the bathroom to get a cup of water before bed instead of going to the kitchen, regardless of the fact that I keep chilled water in the fridge.
There are times when kitchen water just simply will not do.
Maybe it’s better because it’s humble. No one ever suspects bathroom water of anything. It’s meant for flushing and washing and nothing more. Kitchen water is always assumed to be better or is at least the first one sought out by someone when they’re thirsty. Maybe all these years of concrete social norms has made bathroom water feel kind of second-rate.
If that’s the case, humble is delicious.
Maybe we should go about making all of our food and drink feel second-rate. We could yell at them and surround them with popular best-sellers. After several years without any sense of self-worth, all of our food will gain this newly discovered Humble Effect and be automatically infused with deliciousness.
I’ll bet humble chicken is finger lickin’ good.
I’m actually a little concerned that I chose to share this today. There are only two possible outcomes. 1) I confirm my mental instability 2) You all agree, bathroom water gets the word, and is then no longer delicious.
Number two would be a real downer. ♣
P90X Update: 10/90 Complete. I don’t want to get too excited, but I think my stomach is getting slightly smaller. Slightly. I should probably start focusing on eating better now that I’ve affirmed I can’t quit the workouts. Results will come faster and maybe I won’t be so miserable all the time. Just maybe.