I don’t know about you but I wouldn’t take a bath with the Alien queen or her babies. But if you do encounter their nasty saliva and get all grimy from fighting them, you need to clean up once it is all over.
So you’ve had a long hard day wandering through mazes, gobbling up dots and running from ghosts. You’ve worked up a Pac-Manly sweat. What better way to wash away the grime, but with some unofficial Pac-Man soaps?
After a hard day of spiraling through loops and collecting rings, it’s time for a good shower. A hedgehog can get pretty dirty running around all those 16-bit landscapes. This Sonic the Hedgehog soap should help.
Most men I know don’t smell like bacon, baseball gloves, top soil, or urinal cakes, but maybe it’s because the men I know take baths regularly and practice good hygiene. At least, I’d like to think so.
Do you want to smell like one of the houses from Game of Thrones? Maybe the Lannisters? How about the Starks? Let’s face it, you wouldn’t want to smell like most characters from Westeros. Except for Denerys.
I know it seems like an odd question, but I wonder how Darth Vader kept himself clean inside of that suit. I can only imagine he got really sweaty in there, and it’s not like it would have been easy for him to get out of it to take a bath.
While it’s certainly no longer the case, there was a time when solving the Rubik’s Cube was one of the greatest accomplishments of the geek world. Now, there are people (and robots) who can solve it in a matter of seconds.
One of the droids you are looking for is in trouble. Somehow, poor R2-D2 has found himself encased in a bar of soap. That’s right, the little maintenance droid must have fallen into a swamp filled with clear glycerin soap on Dagobah and then got stuck there.
Do those tiny stickers stuck prominently on your fruit annoy you? Well, they sure annoy me. Sometimes they’re hard to remove, even under running water, so the fruit ends up with little scratch or fingernail marks (which are obviously bad to look at) thanks to yours truly trying to pry them off.
At first glance at the picture below, I was convinced I was looking at an old Macintosh mouse – you know, the old type with the squared-off edges made out in lovely 1980s computer beige? In fact, what you’re looking at is a bar of soap.