We know this well, but have you ever wondered why it is that sharing an elevator with three strangers can be terrifying, and why sharing a bathroom with four strangers can be so much fun? Because it’s all about the shared experience.
The shared experience is pretty darn important. We all need to get to know the people who surround us, and if it isn’t possible for two people to know each other well enough to share an elevator together, then it can’t possibly be possible for two people to share a bathroom with each other. Even if it’s the same person, this is a situation where two strangers can’t possibly know each other well enough to share a bathroom together.
A shared accomodation is a situation where two people need each other, but dont know each other very well. The only way a person can know someone is to actually talk to them, so if you dont know someone very well, you cant possibly know them well enough to share a bathroom with them.
I’m going to assume you’re talking about sharing a bathroom with your roommate. Sharing a bathroom with someone is a situation which a person should not take lightly. A person should know when they have to share a bathroom with someone, or that they have to tell them “no” when they’re not ready.
You can always just ask your roommates to take a shower together. However, there is a catch. If you do, then the person who had to take the shower with you will not be able to go to the bathroom with you. This is called the “shared accomidation” rule. It’s a common rule which means that if you don’t ask your roommate to take a shower with you then you will have to share the bathroom with them.
It is a rule, and a simple one at that, that if you ask your roommates to take a shower with you, you will not be able to have a shower with them. But if you just say no and then go to the bathroom, they will not be able to go to the bathroom with you. This is why you have to ask them to go together.
Once you’ve decided to share the bathroom with them, you can then go into the bathroom to brush your teeth in private. This is called the shared accomidation rule.
This rule is an easy one to get right, but not so easy to implement. It’s a simple rule that basically says that if you ask roommates to shower with you while you brush your teeth in the bathroom, they can not shower together with you in the bathroom. It’s a little too easy to break since there are many instances where it does not work and is not an issue.
However, this is not actually an issue. Its a very easy rule that is easy to get right and actually works in most cases. Its another easy rule to implement and really makes your showering or brushing your teeth in private a lot more fun.
The shared accommation rule works, but you will have to ask roommates to shower with you while you brush your teeth in the bathroom. But the shared accommation rule is easy to get right, and works in most cases.