What type of bath do you take? Crow type or human type?
September 29, 2007 4:47am CST
Hai, do you know how a crow takes bath? Just dips itself in the water and flies away. It hardly takes a minute. But other animals spend at least reasonable time in the water. That is why, when we are not well and cannot afford to spend much time in water, or do not have time to take full bath, our elders say "take at least crow bath". So now you tell me, what type of bath do you take and prefer? Crow bath or human?
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• Delhi, India
1 Oct 07
In winter, I think some of us go for crow type bath. I sometime do that. But in summers it should be a full bath because untill and unless you pour plenty of water on yourself, you do not feel that you have taken bath. I enjoy taking showers in summers and water therpy works as a great healer and relieves us from laziness.
30 Sep 07
When I take a bath it always last for about 10-15 minutes or more. If I don't have work I can take a bath for 30 minutes or as long as I wanted to stay in the water. I love playing with waters especially if it's summer season here in our country. But if I have work I make it to the point of taking a bath the shortest possible time I could, so far the shortest time I have taken a bath is still 10 minutes. That's not include the time I put on my clothes. ^___^
29 Sep 07
I think that I take both crow type and human type after your explanation to the definition. Usually I take a human bath before I go to sleep, but a crow type after getting up. Also it is a crow type before I take a nap after lunch.