I went down to southern Indiana to for a wedding (see the famous photo HERE). Saturday morning, I was in the downstairs shower, and while there were 8 or 10 bottles of stuff in the shower, there was one thing missing: A bar of soap.
Ladies, when did you all get together and decide to banish bar soap from the bathroom? Was there some kind of symposium that was held? Was it an internet vote? Or was it just some viral fad that spread across the country?
And, "No, the fancy sea shell ones" aren't to ever be used, so they don't count.
I have "body wash", it's a bar of anti-bacterial DIAL ('cuz the gold looks nice in my bathrooms. Green Zest would totally clash.). And that's it. There's liquid hand soap dispensers by all the sinks, but I don't know if they even still work, because there is also a God fearing bar of soap sitting there too.
If I were to need something with a little GRIT for the tougher jobs, I guess I would use Lava, not not some bottle of pustules and slime that looks like the physical manifestation of Vogon poetry.
I normally have a bar of soap in my travel kit, but left it at home this trip, so I just used extra shampoo to get clean. On the plus side, all on my different hairy bits were conditioned and dandruff free. After the shower, I picked a towel up from the basket that was pointed out to me.
You guessed it, it was a hand towel.