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Shower Curtains, Many Designs. All types of Shower Curtains for Sale.
A Shower Curtain can brighten up your bathroom with their cool designs and graphics. Most curtains for the shower are made from material that can shed water easy like vinyl, waterproof cloth or plastic. Shower curtains serves two functions. One to keep the water from spraying all over the bathroom and the other to give you privacy.
Many people use two Shower Curtains for their tub. The inner one is waterproof and might be really plain. The outer one can be beautiful with pretty designs and may not be waterproof. This one is purely for bathroom décor and brightens up the room.
The advantage of a shower curtain over a door is that the curtain can be washed fairly easy by throwing it in the washer machine. A door lacks the beautiful designs and has to be scrubbed by hand adding to the work of cleaning your bathroom. Doors have one advantage in that they usually keep in the water better than a curtain. However is doesn't take must work to adjust your curtain to keep the water from escaping.
On this page you will find all types of Shower Curtains for Sale. Included are fabric, unique, designer, hookless, luxury, curved shower curtain rods, hooks, extra long, novelty, peach, rings, Christmas, fish, deer, tortoise, horse, cool, bamboo, country, black and white, kids, lace, swag shower curtains.
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Marijuana in the Bathroom
A Tall Tale
One day while taking a shower I noticed that my curtain needed cleaning in the worse way. Taking it down afterwards I decided that what I really needed was a new one so I threw it away intending to get another one that day. However the day was busy and I did not get around to it.
The garbage was also picked up that day so I could not run outside to retrieve it and wash it instead. So what was I going to do the next morning? Suddenly a memory came to me. A couple of years ago a friend gave me a shower curtain as a joke present. The design on it was pretty psychedelic green Marijuana plants. I had stored it away with the plan of finding it a home later but now it should work until I would go in later and replace it so it shouldn't hurt to hang it in there for awhile is what I thought.
So the curtain was hung up and it looked rather nice and bright and worked really nicely. The saying, "If it ain't broke don't fix it" came into being and it continued to work well until the pastor came for a visit. We go to a really conservative church and without giving it a thought I readily gave the pastor permission to use the restroom when he first arrived.
Sitting on the couch I was content as I waited for him to come out and was looking forward to our discussion of a new ministry we were going to work on together. Our new ministry was to help the youth avoid drugs and I was excited to begin and wanted to hear all his ideas.
When the pastor sat down opposite me in our living room he had a funny expression on his face. He seemed lost for words and made several false starts before finally getting out the words he wanted to say.
Shouldn't we first be a good example to the youth before we even start this ministry he said. I happily agreed and waited for him to explain his thoughts. Being a good example was foremost and he was concerned that my example was not the best. Confused I again agreed and asked him to explain farther. Trying to put everything in the best light he continued. What you have in the bathroom may not be the best example, he quietly stated.
Abruptly it dawned on me what he meant. He must have noticed the design of the curtain. Getting a little red with embarrassment I stammered out an explanation and assured him that the offending curtain would be gone tomorrow. Hoping he believed me I told him the story. He accepted what I had to say. Or actually I hoped he did and we continued on our discussion on the new ministry.
As soon as he left I was out the door to do some shopping.