I'm a fanatic about scrubbing. I use one of these to really go at my skin. And I really do go to town. Face, shoulders, arms, torso, back, naughty bits...and feet. But for some reason as I make my way down from my upper thigh area to my feet, I seem to give my legs on the most cursory of scrubs. And I don't know why.
More to the point, I know that I'm doing this and I'm doing nothing about it. Isn't there a clinical term for that kind of inaction? I mean, if I actually think about it before I start scrubbing, I will take some extra time with my legs. But I normally don't think in the shower. Or at least I don't think about showering when I'm in the shower. I think about everything else.
It's not laziness. It takes far more effort to scrub my back or my feet (there will never be a fungus among us). Maybe I subconsciously believe that my legs from my upper thighs to my high ankles don't get as dirty as the rest of my body. It's a mystery to me.
Fascinating stuff, eh?
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