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15th Feb '16 2:27:08 PM eroock
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16th Jan '16 8:53:46 PM SquirrelGuy
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* In the very first episode of ''Sesame Street'', Ernie is taking a bath in a tub located right in the middle of the living room, during which he matter-of-factly chats with Bert. Granted, the layout of Ernie and Bert's place had not really been established yet. Later episodes had the tub relocated to an implied separate bathroom, including the classic Rubber Duckie sequence.
19th Nov '15 11:18:31 PM erforce
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** In the second movie, the Honey Queen is bathing in a bathtub that is on the top of her pirate ship that she looks down from.

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** In the [[Anime/ClockworkIslandAdventure second movie, movie]], the Honey Queen is bathing in a bathtub that is on the top of her pirate ship that she looks down from.
19th Nov '15 11:03:05 PM Xelloss08
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* In the Literature/{{Boojumverse}} story ''Boojum'', the SpacePirate Captain Song has a bathtub on the bridge of her ship the ''Lavinia Whateley''.
4th Nov '15 4:28:00 PM AgProv
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* There are still places where people's homes don't have bathtubs or shower stalls, in which people bathe in portable tubs filled via hosEveryday life might carry on around the bather as per normal.e or bucket. Unless it's a warm day, this is done indoors in whatever room has sufficient space.

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* There are still places where people's homes don't have bathtubs or shower stalls, in which people bathe in portable tubs filled via hosEveryday life might carry on around the bather as per normal.e hose or bucket. Unless it's a warm day, this is done indoors in whatever room has sufficient space. Everyday life might carry on around the bather as per normal.
3rd Nov '15 8:18:12 AM AgProv
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* Right up until the 1950's and 1960's in Great Britain, many homes in industrial areas did not have bathrooms as they are known today. "Public Baths" were not just a place to swim. For a few pennies they'd provide a bath or a shower with guaranteed clean towels at an extra price. Working-class Brits in dirty jobs would visit once or twice a week for a thorough scrub. Public baths, as such, declined in numbers and importance as living standards improved and bathrooms were built, as standard, into family homes. Some employers in really dirty jobs, such as iron foundries and coal mines, provided free bathing (communal) as a perk of the job.

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* Right up until the 1950's and 1960's in Great Britain, many homes in industrial areas did not have bathrooms as they are known today. "Public Baths" were not just a place to swim. For a few pennies they'd provide a bath or a shower with guaranteed clean towels at an extra price. Working-class Brits in dirty jobs would visit once or twice a week for a thorough scrub. Bathers were segregated by sex, but the bath-tubs would have none or minimal screening from each other. Public baths, as such, declined in numbers and importance as living standards improved and bathrooms were built, as standard, into family homes. Some employers in really dirty jobs, such as iron foundries and coal mines, provided free bathing (communal) as a perk of the job.
3rd Nov '15 8:16:19 AM AgProv
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* There are still places where people's homes don't have bathtubs or shower stalls, in which people bathe in portable tubs filled via hose or bucket. Unless it's a warm day, this is done indoors in whatever room has sufficient space.

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* There are still places where people's homes don't have bathtubs or shower stalls, in which people bathe in portable tubs filled via hose hosEveryday life might carry on around the bather as per normal.e or bucket. Unless it's a warm day, this is done indoors in whatever room has sufficient space.space.
* Right up until the 1950's and 1960's in Great Britain, many homes in industrial areas did not have bathrooms as they are known today. "Public Baths" were not just a place to swim. For a few pennies they'd provide a bath or a shower with guaranteed clean towels at an extra price. Working-class Brits in dirty jobs would visit once or twice a week for a thorough scrub. Public baths, as such, declined in numbers and importance as living standards improved and bathrooms were built, as standard, into family homes. Some employers in really dirty jobs, such as iron foundries and coal mines, provided free bathing (communal) as a perk of the job.
26th Jun '15 1:20:54 PM Epithumia
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* A stereotype of [[OopNorth British Northerners]], presumably a DeadHorseTrope by now, has it that they bathe in a tin bath in the kitchen, while wearing a flat cap. This led to at least one cartoon of a Yorkshireman staying in a hotel for the first time, asking to be directed to the hotel kitchen so that he could have a wash.
19th Jun '15 9:18:23 PM Kid
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** People who have to live for some time far from civilization (soldiers in campaign, loggers, oil rig workers) in warm climates have to use whatever bathing facilities available, from a pond or river to field-made contraptions like shower heads attached to a hose.

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** People who have to live for some time far from civilization (soldiers in on campaign, loggers, oil rig workers) in warm climates have to use whatever bathing facilities available, from a pond or river to field-made contraptions like shower heads attached to a hose.
5th May '15 12:46:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the third episode of ''IdolProject'' Corvette Hiyards is taking a bubble bath in a tub that is floating over a lake.

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* In the third episode of ''IdolProject'' ''Anime/IdolProject'' Corvette Hiyards is taking a bubble bath in a tub that is floating over a lake.
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