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  • I use it until it's one molecule thick and it disintegrates in my hand

    2 6.90%
  • I dont bother, I just grab a new bar

    4 13.79%
  • I add the sliver onto another bar hopping it congeals to it, making a bigger bar

    14 48.28%
  • I use liquid soap

    7 24.14%
  • What is this "soap" you speak of?

    2 6.90%
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Thread: POLL: What Do You Do With Little Pieces of Soap?

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    POLL: What Do You Do With Little Pieces of Soap?

    When your bar soap gets really small what do you do with the little piece?

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    Stuff it up my arse for a little while. They my doots are all lathery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    Stuff it up my arse for a little while. They my doots are all lathery.
    I knew I forgot one option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    Stuff it up my arse for a little while. They my doots are all lathery.
    That's very creative JT ... cleanliness is next to godliness.

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    I always add the sliv to a new bar. Can't stand trying to wash with the tiny little sliver, they don't fit down the drain and I don't want to get the floor all wet walking it over to the garbage.

    I press the new bar into the prickly plastic soap holder making a myriad of little indents, I do the same with the sliver, then I press the two indented sides together facing each other and press firmly--kind of like what Superman does with a piece of coal to turn it into a diamond and viola, one solid bar of soap.

    Mind you, I need to conserve my soap because the freaking GENIUSES at Lever decided to stop making Pure Rain, so I bought 48 bars a few months ago off Amazon--they gotta last me.

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    duece, have you suffered a brain injury recently? Say in the last 40 years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peebag View Post
    duece, have you suffered a brain injury recently? Say in the last 40 years?
    Look, lets be honest, NONE of us is going to boink that javelin thrower.

    Why not concentrate our efforts on stuff that really matters?

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    Liquid soap? yes I use body wash...

    Soap is craptastic...

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    I'm shocked that "Drop it and hope for back-up" was not an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    I always add the sliv to a new bar. Can't stand trying to wash with the tiny little sliver, they don't fit down the drain and I don't want to get the floor all wet walking it over to the garbage.

    I press the new bar into the prickly plastic soap holder making a myriad of little indents, I do the same with the sliver, then I press the two indented sides together facing each other and press firmly--kind of like what Superman does with a piece of coal to turn it into a diamond and viola, one solid bar of soap.
    I dont have my contact lenses on in the shower, so if I drop the sliver I cant even find it esp. if it is white. It blends right into the shower floor so I try finding it with my feet.

    And you have to rub that little sliver like 100 times just to get some lather from it.

    Bar consolidation is my MO as well. Sometimes it doesn't work too well esp. if you are using two different brands, and yes the roughing up of each side is essential, similar to woodworking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Liquid soap? yes I use body wash...

    Soap is craptastic...
    Doesn't body wash run out pretty fast. Seems expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    I dont have my contact lenses on in the shower, so if I drop the sliver I cant even find it esp. if it is white. It blends right into the shower floor so I try finding it with my feet.
    I can't wear contacts, obviously don't use my glasses in the shower, but Lever 2000 is blue, so no problems there.

    Btw, does anyone else shave in the shower?

    I've been doing it since college--close my eyes and do it by feel.

    Such a great shave, use the bar soap as shaving cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    Doesn't body wash run out pretty fast. Seems expensive.
    I think it's terribly inconvenient given how fast it runs out. My kids use body wash and they are constantly running to Walgreens to buy the stuff--store 48 bars of soap in your cabinet and it's always there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    Doesn't body wash run out pretty fast. Seems expensive.
    It does but I think it's only like $6 IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Btw, does anyone else shave in the shower?

    I've been doing it since college--close my eyes and do it by feel.
    I have shaved in the shower for a long time. I have a mirror in there but I can easily shave without it. But I have a goatee and it helps to see so I can make sure it's even. I prefer shaving cream not soap.

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    Let's have a song, shall we?

    Let's have a song by the late great Bert Berns, shall we?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIrLB...feature=fvwrel

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    I use it until it slips out of my hand, where I then proceed to grind it into the drain cover, thereby vanquishing it forever.

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    This is why bars of soap should have pits in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    It does but I think it's only like $6 IIRC.
    6$ will buy a house in Nebraska, Donald Trump Jr.

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