|Inhaling is key to singing|
and that's hard to do when
there's shitmist in the air.
Pretty much everyone sings in the shower, but how come people call me weird to sing on the toilet? It’s still within the confines of the bathroom. I don’t see why there’s any real difference. If you’re singing in the shower there’s the sound of water in the background, well if you’re singing on the toilet there’s the sound of you pooping in the background. Is there a problem with this? Why do people at work and at bars and other public bathrooms tell me not to do it? -- Lenore from Valdosta, Georgia
Well unless you’re shitting in a constant non-stop stream like water falling in a shower then it’s not the same thing. The whole point to singing in the shower is the sound of the water keeps you from hearing what you actually sound like. So when you’re just sitting in a stall crapping and singing your pure real voice is ringing out and maybe even sounding worse because of the reverberation in the stall. To someone else in the bathroom that can be a very jarring, unpleasant, and creepy experience to walk in on depending on the song. If it’s a modern hip hop song then that’s not as bad, but if it’s an old fashioned song like “Jingle Bells” or a song you’re just freestyling then that’s bad. People are going to think you’re insane.
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