I am not, by nature, a nosy person. Well, not since I became an adult just a few years ago. Ahem.
I don't have a hankering to know all of the town gossip, nor do I snoop through medicine cabinets.
Yet curiosity does get the best of me when I'm at the house of a friend, for a Tupperware party, a cook-out, a baby shower, etc. Specifically, when I'm a guest in someone's home and have to use their "powder room." If the community toilet happens to be in the same room as a shower and/or bathtub, you can bet your bottom dollar I'm going to peel back the curtain to take a peek at the toiletries contained within.
Now, I don't open shower doors. Come on, that makes too much noise. But a curtain is whisper quiet. So I peek. I admit it.
If a particular friend has especially fabulous hair, I want to know what kind of product she's using. Does she smell delicious? Well, I have to know what kind of shower gel she's lathering with. If said friend has an unfortunate 'do that is not crowning her glory, I want to judge her shampoo & conditioner. Maybe the fault lies therein! And then I can say, "Have you tried L'Oreal Ever Pure? It really helps your color resist fading!" Gee, I'm so handy to have around!
Please don't be afraid to invite me into your home. Rather, into your bathroom. To prove that I'm not a too shady a character, I'll invite y'all into my shower:
Look at all these wonderfully named beauty products...
"Glaze," "Naked," and "Ain't Misbehavin'"
Now that's what I'm talking 'bout.
I rock. Clearly.
Because I believe in equal opportunity nosiness,
I give you Scott's shower shelf.
Ho-hum...it's rather boring.
But at least he smells delightful!
Do you peek behind shower curtains? Will you admit to it here? Or are you just a regular ol' medicine cabinet snooper? Fess up!
*I actually had to look up the spelling of "nosy." Is it "nosy?" "Nosey?" I usually spell it with an "e." According to Miriam Webster, both are the proper spellings. "Nosy" just looks better with "Rosy."
Just love me in spite of my idiosyncrasies, please.
(For those who've asked--the nasal aspirator does have a purpose. My husband is a doctor, aka extremely anal. His sister is an audiologist, aka extremely anal. The aspirator is used in place of Q-Tips. Because my husband and his sister believe that Q-Tips are satan in the guise of cotton tips. Um...whatever. I use Q-tips every single day. I don't flush my ears out with that blue thingy. Just so you know. Oh, and yes...Scott shares my razors. Classic Daisy disposables. They're his fave. Don't judge.)