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Attack of the 50-foot mutant bacon: Giant 'bacon steak' spotted at Pancakes & Waffles by madazzahatter in Honolulu

[–]madazzahatter[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

While we can give a big thumbs up to this, we here at /r/Honolulu are in no way responsible for any hear attacks incurred!

Grind responsibly!

Magnitude 8.0 earthquake strikes Gulf of Alaska by theburningundead in worldnews

[–]madazzahatter [score hidden]  (0 children)

Ha! Yes, it's a bad image, looks more like a sink, but it's the first one that popped up that had a decent view of the cover.

Magnitude 8.0 earthquake strikes Gulf of Alaska by theburningundead in worldnews

[–]madazzahatter [score hidden]  (0 children)

Bath tub covers?

Here's an example of one off Google.

As you can see, it's a hard plastic roll thingy. There are other types, but it's just to give an example.

When I say "bathtub" though, as an American, in my mind I see a thing you fill with water, take a soak in and drain the water when you're done.

Here, just put the stopper thing in, push a button and it fills/shuts off by itself at the temperature you set it at. It kind of refreshes/circulates itself, kind of like a Jacuzzi. I'm not the most handy / tech guy, so my explanation probably isn't the best. Since it's your own family, it can be used multiple times. The next morning, you run a hose attachment to your washer, which is almost always located ride outside your shower room and the water can be used for washing your clothes. I believe clean water is used for the final rinse though.

Again, I'm not the best person to ask as I'm not really aware of what's happening in real life...most of the time.