@Kyeh@yakkoTDI Yep. Given that the toilet in our master bath is in a separate little room with a door, I’m not sure how the described scenario would ever happen. But if I somehow found my towel unusable, I’d just grab another one from the stack.
@FightingMongoos@Kyeh Hey when I worked in NW Ontario we had outhouses including a 2 seater with a lovely view of the lake and a 4 seater. Used year round, including at 40 -60 below. In the winter we’d draw straws to see who got to knock over the pyramid inside it. We also had one you’d have to kick the door since a porcupine was eating it and would hang out on the underside of the hole chewing on the wood. No way you’d want to sit on that! After kicking the door the porcupine would slowly waddle out.
I step outside naked when putting spay sunblock on before going going on the lake. I just gotta make sure my FIL isn’t on his porch next door (MIL used to live there too and it was truly everybody loves Raymond). The train conductors gotten a few shows but I’m sure that’s not nearly the best thing he’s seen. But it’s way easier and less messy than spraying myself in the house and I make sure I get everywhere so I don’t burn.
@FightingMongoos@hchavers@Star2236 I usually do that sort of shenanigans in the garage. And more gearing up for yard work/clothes I don’t want to take inside. Sometimes the door is open but I mind my angles to the road at least. Nobody wants to see any of that
My back yard is really private, the only person that can see us is my FIL if he’s on his porch or the train conductor (if he’d paying attention bc there’s a light right ahead). Neighbor on the other side has a tall fence and behind the train is a hill and 5 lane rd but they can’t see into our yard. I like the privacy that the yard has.
When I was a kid we had pet skunks. Whenever we’d give one a bath, I noticed it would dry itself by suddenly moving its head in a corkscrew motion which would then propagate down its body in an ever-increasing wave, then finally to its tail with a snap. The skunk would be almost completely dry and we, the ceiling, walls and anything else in the blast zone would be dripping with skunkwater. We quickly learned to throw a towel over any skunk before they could do the corkscrew. (Sometimes they’d still beat us to the draw).
What’s that have to do with the question? Not a thing. But I suppose I could hypothetically dry myself off like a skunk. This is a hypothetical exercise, right?