Have you all seen the commercials for the bath tubs for people who are likely to fall and hurt themselves getting into a regular tub? Love the idea. But, how does it work? I refuse to admit how long I have been thinking about this. I’m grateful that the commercials show people wearing robes stepping into the tub through it’s side door.
But then what? Do you have to sit there all naked and shivery waiting for the tub to fill up? Because if you open the door, you’re going to flood the bathroom. And, if this is the case, after you sit and shiver hiking your robe ever higher as the water level rises, you finally sink into the nice hot water sans robe and warm up and relax, what happens when you want to get out of the tub? Do you have to sit there shivering and naked waiting for the water to snake out? Do you put your robe on in increments? What if you took a bubble bath – if you put your robe on in increments, it would be wet and bubbly and useless when you finally got out and most likely you’d be freezing your butt off.
Can someone help me out here? I don’t know why this is bothering me so much, but there it is . . .