Woman labelled grim as she admits she only showers three times a week

Woman labelled grim as she admits she only showers three times a week


Personal hygiene should be kept a secret.

But one woman has decided to break out of habits to make her hygiene less personal.

She revealed how much she showers in a post on parenting forum Mumsnet – and people were left divided.

Many users went as far to call the woman "grim" while others weren't so fussed by her confession.

The woman wrote: "Ok so I'm having a few drinks with friends last night. We are all-female mix of parents and non parents.

"One friend mentions she is struggling to find time for a shower every day since she had her baby."

She added: "I said 'well I don't shower every day without a young baby'. All of my friends looked at me in horror.

"Apparently even the ones with kids shower daily."

The woman went onto say how she has two daughters, with one aged under five, and she works part-time.

She revealed how she showers on work days plus an extra day, bringing her total to three times a week.

The woman admitted: "My days off usually consist of playing at home, walking dog, school run and maybe park.

"I would shower extra if exercising/having sex/on period etc. I bath my dc [darling child] three times a week.

"My OH [other half] works out every week day so he does shower more than me."

She asked people if she was being "disgusting" and people didn't hold back with their true thoughts.

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One Mumsnet user slammed: "Personally I think 3 times a week is pretty grim, sorry.

"I am a shower everyday person. I can't get going in the morning without one to be honest."

Another added: "Daily shower is normal here. I wouldn't leave the house without it."

While a third backed her as they commented: "There is nothing wrong with showering 3 times a week if you don't need a shower."

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