I never thought I would consider getting naked in the parking lot of my workplace. Okay, so maybe it’s not exactly in the parking lot, it’s in a wooden enclosure off to the side, and it’s for a good reason. My employer has recently installed an outdoor shower.
We’re a pretty active bunch around here, and in the cooler months a group of us cycle during lunch. During the summers there’s a group who meets in the mornings to ride, but alas I don’t join them, because I’m at Crossfit.
I’m not logging as many miles on the bike as I would like, and I’ve petitioned a few folks to bring back our lunch rides. We’ll be riding tomorrow. And after the ride in the 95 degree heat with 100% humidity, I’m going to want a shower.
So here we are at the part where I’m considering getting naked in the parking lot.
For the average person, this is a great idea. A chance at a quick shower before going back to work so as to be less offensive to the coworkers.
For someone as clumsy as me, however, this feels like a recipe for disaster.
Have I ever told you the story of how I ended up with a concussion from shaving my twat in a gym locker room?
Yeah. My foot that was propped above my head to give me ahem… access… slipped off the wall and I fell over into the slimy public shower curtain with such force I ripped the rod right off its hinges, fell out of the shower, and whacked myself on the tile floor. When I came to several moments later I was surrounded by NAKED 60 year old women trying to help me up with my hand still holding a razor sandwiched between my legs.
I ended up with a half shaved hoo hoo, a huge goose egg on my head and one hell of a story.
So I’m sure you can see my trepidation about showering in the parking lot. Granted, there won’t be any netherbits grooming, this will be a quick rinse and fluff, but I will need to be extra careful so as to avoid any CPR needs while nude in the workplace.