2017 Bathtub Party Day

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5th December

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Bathtub Party Day is today. Draw yourself a tub full of warm water. Add a few bath oil beads, and Voila! You're ready to hop in and "soak it" in the bathtub. Ahh, how soothing and relaxing!

Don't let anything disturb the peace, quiet, and serenity of your bath. Turn off your cell phone. Put on your favorite CDs to a volume where you can't hear the doorbell ring.

Bathtub Party Day

Bathtub Party Day takes place on December 05, 2015. Take a tub full of warm water today and have fun with bubbles and foam! A bathtub, bath or tub is a large container for holding water in which a person may bathe. A bathtub is usually placed in a bathroom either as a stand-alone fixture or in conjunction with a shower.

Bathing creates a feeling of well-being and the physical appearance of cleanliness. Bathing may also be practised for therapeutic purposes or as a recreational activity.

Have a happy Bathtub Party Day.




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