What are you DOING with the tap?? Dancing underneath it, like it's a waterfall???A single tap gives you a continuous spectrum of control. Infinite possibility.
What are you DOING with the tap?? Dancing underneath it, like it's a waterfall???
You run the cold one when you brush your teeth. The hot one when you wash your hands. It takes about 30 seconds for the hot tap to become hot enough to scald you, which is plenty of time to wash your hands.
And I don't like this basin idea at all. All sorts of nasty semi-liquids get on basins, especially in shared bathrooms. It's not just toothpaste and spit, I'll tell you that. I'll just cup my hands for a half-second under the perfect temperature, then splash it on me face, thank you very muchyou can use the two taps to fill the sink with lukewarm water
You can see, can't you, that it's objectively better to have a single tap, so that you can—
It's not a question of too painful. It's not a question of gritting and bearing it. Sure, I can bear it.Is it really too painful to wash your hands with cold water? Or, like William kindly suggested, put a plug in the basin and create your own mini-oasis of infinite possibility?
- pull the lever half a millimetre sideways and suddenly need a skin graft. Sure.
It's a question of, "Why would I splash my face everyday with ice water when I could splash my face with nice warm 80F water that feels amazing."
It sounds like you are an inexperienced and incapable user of single taps. Perhaps if your culture provided more space to practice.pull the lever half a millimetre sideways and suddenly need a skin graft. Sure.
That's wonderful but for those of us who don't have zit-prevention needs, the option to not bathe in ice water is preferable.It's good for zit prevention, and kick-starts the immune system.