If my shampoo runs out when I’m showering in the morning and there’s some really expensive body wash in the shower that isn’t mine, am I allowed to use that body wash to wash my hair, or do I have to say to myself that it’s just too expensive to warrant using it on my dirty locks?
I’d like to know if there are certain body washes that you just can’t use as shampoos because they are just too exclusive and expensive.
Because I know a lot of women who get really upset that their partners use their expensive smelly body washes on their hair when they run out of shampoo.
In my mind you should be allowed to use anything, because as far as I’m concerned your hair is part of your body.
But apparently a lot of women don’t feel this way.
So, on behalf of all men who don’t want to get screamed at in the morning, can I just ask all women with partners to tell them which of their smellies they are allowed to use as shampoos?
n Every year 650,000 mobile phones are lost, damaged or stolen at music festivals.
One in 10 festival-goers lose or damage their phones – with seven per cent lost in a portable loo.
The culprit of course is the top pocket. Don’t put it in there; it falls out when you close the lid. You don’t really want to be trying to fish it out do you?
n Apparently, 95 per cent of people hate the sound of their own voice when they hear it recorded and played back to them.
So in that case, why do so many people assume you’re going to want to listen to what they say when they start talking?
If that many people think their voices don’t sound very nice, you’d think they’d shut up a bit more, wouldn’t you?
And yes, I do appreciate the irony!