Today's social dilemma came from conversations I've been having with lots of people, most recently yesterday when I visited my niece. Apparently there's a question all over the internet right now asking, "Do you wash your legs in the shower?" Apparently so far over a million people have answered the question with about 60% saying yes and 40% saying no. Now they gave their reasons for not washing their legs and they were things like the water and the soap from washing the top of your body will flow over your legs and clean them. Or legs are usually covered in pants so they generally don't get dirty, or my personal favorite, washing your legs too often would strip them of their protective oil layer. So as I said, yesterday I was talking with my niece about it, and she said a good lot of her friends don't wash their legs in the shower. Mainly because they're young moms and they're saving time so they think that the soap will wash over them and they'll be fine. Now I don't have to tell you that I'm a clean freak, so of course I wash EVERYTHING in the shower. But you know this is a "no judgement" zone, so let me ask you. Do you wash your legs in the shower or do you just let the soap and water run over them to clean them. Again no judgement here. Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.
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