- What color?
- What shape?
- Jets or no jets?
- Shower or separate?
- Single unit or cast iron/tile?
Tub Number 1: This tub looks pretty and I do like that modern or minimalist look.
Though it might be a bit indulgent to have this on a Cherdo budget, I could see
something like this in my home. Post lottery win, of course.
Here's where I really show my true self: all I could think was "kids would slop water all over the place." I wonder if it comes with a modern, revamped and stylish mop. It should. Come to think of it, at the price of this tub, it should come with kids.
There was a young lady, who bathed in a shoe,
She had so much money, she didn't know what to do.
She asked a designer to outfit her bath,
So Cherdo could post this and then start to laugh.
I'd put my little cupcakes in this, kids would love it - but I can't see it being my only bathtub.
But if this is the cupcake...
...this must be the popover. Someone needs to incorporate this tub into a tiny house (right, Suze?).
Thought that goes through my mind: "Not sexy...crowded...where is my washcloth...move your feet...I can't get comfy...can't we be romantic post-bath? That's it....get out of my tub."
"Make the indoors match the outdoors."
Do you think they really would take a bath in front of triple sliding glass doors? I realize
people do that on reality television, but do REAL people see this and long for it?
Come on, this is just a failed swimming pool.
It's a tenth of a lap long.
Calories burned: 3
Money burned through: The college fund (sorry, Gonzo).
How can you, tub seller, guarantee I will not get electrocuted as I relax
and watch Jimmy Fallon? Can you put that in writing for my heirs?
Of all the tubs and scenarios, this most reminds me of...me.
Keep it clean, folks.