The 16th through 18th centuries, in addition to their regrettable stances on witch burning and geocentrism, were a stinky time to be alive. People did not bathe due to a popular misconception. What turned it around? Another popular misconception, a poorly-thought-out experiment, and dead horses.
Awkwardly-coiffed magician Penn Jillette is an inventor. His greatest triumph: a "hydro-therapeutic stimulator" for women with jetstreams directed to "stimulation points (e.g., the clitoris) of the female user when the female user sits in the seat." Meet the Jill-Jet.
Today, the folks at Topless Robot count down 11 bad Draculas. There's one inclusion I take umbrage with: Morgan Freeman's depiction of Vlad on The Electric Company in the Seventies. C'mon! He took baths in his coffin!
You think True Blood is racy? On The Electric Company (Sesame Street's sister show), Freeman would…
Soft LED lighting, go. Water jets, go. Hovering shower, go. Warp drive, go. Life support, go. Champagne bottle, go. Good company, go. All systems go for zowielala bath for two.
Instead of manually checking the water with your hands to make sure it's not too warm or cold, just plop on this digital bath spout cover and be done with it. The easy-to-read display shows both the temperature in number form and in color form. Once you get your water just right, dump your child inside and get back to…
Mmmm. Nothing relaxes me like the thought of swishing around in the warm, bubbling waters of a whale's inner cavities. Now, I can finally indulge the fantasy.
Although I've taken fewer baths than I have fingers, this Cosmo Hydromassage Whirlpool Bathtub may make me a believer in the benefits of lying down and splashing in my own filth.