How to take a bubble bath

Okay, I wasn’t going to post anything else today but this was just too good to ignore. So I’ve been craving a bubble bath for the longest time. Unfortunately, after the age of 9, bubbles are hard to come by. I haven’t been able to find them in ages, most likely due to the fact that I have no idea where to look, since, as I mentioned (or at least implied) earlier, I am not 9.

The obvious next step is to Google “bubble bath.” Not a bad plan in my opinion. The very top of the Google results page is product search results, which was exactly what I was hoping for. Then my eye caught something I couldn’t ignore.

How to take a bubble bath

Really? There is a Web site devoted to that? How? I mean, how is it possible that someone needs that Web site?

Of course, I was left with no other option than to click on the link.

The page, as you’ll notice, has attached links to words like “water” (which initially concerned me as I immediately assumed it was because people were too stupid to know what water was). It also has step-by-step instructions on how to enter the tub and a helpful “tips” section, reminding readers to keep electronic devices away from the tub and to use warm, not hot, water if pregnant.

I’m not even sure what to do with that. My whole world was just turned upside down by the thought of bubble bath instructions on the internet.

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