Destinations England Living Abroad Scotland Wales How can you tell when you’re in a British bathroom? #shorts Thoughts from Alanna… You thought I wasn’t bored enough to make a video on British bathrooms, eh? You thought wrong! Here’s how you can tell when you’re in a British bathroom – separate taps and all! #shorts British Bathrooms Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Adventures and Naps, British bathrooms, living in the UK, moving to the uk, short, shorts November 27, 2020 Write a comment My immigration journey | 5 years living in England November 24, 2020 I have an announcement December 1, 2020 You Might Also LikeScotland’s most NOTORIOUS drink | Scottish food & drink taste testApril 6, 2021Who is Adventures and Naps? | Answering your questions!March 30, 2021Visiting a quaint English market | Exploring Faversham, KentMarch 23, 2021 Comments Robert November 27, 2020 Reply British Bathrooms used to have carpets !! I dunno oifthey stilldo (live in Germany now) “Hello, bacterias, little firends…” On that note – I once lived in a house and the bathrooms grew mushrooms in the corner about 5 cm (2 inches),- I kid you not… Another thing – some bathrooms don’t have a proper shower unit, So you buy a rubbery hose with the end looking like a Y and you puish them over the cold and the hot tap and at the long end there is small kind of shower head thingy … 🙂 David Innes November 27, 2020 Reply Hooray! A Canadian who understands why the switches in the bathroom are outside or on a pull string. Water and electricity make a poor mix. The tap thing? The plumbing in ‘the old days’ was lead. Obviously mostly this has been replaced by plastic, but some people have lead from the main coming into the house. Very toxic. When hot water came in it was – for many years heated by an electrical immersion heater in a big copper tank. Again copper is quite toxic and can disrupt the cardiac system… Actually, I’m never drinking water again! Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.