10 Shower Thoughts That Will Make You Question Reality

Some of the world’s greatest thoughts happen in the shower. Whether you think of a total truth bomb or realize something already pretty obvious, it’s likely that you’ll come out of the shower having learned something new. Check out 10 of the best shower thoughts that will totally blow your mind!

1. No one is ever truly lonely.

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Everyone actually has 3 voices: the one in your head, the one you hear when you talk, and the one that everyone else hears instead.

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2. Squids or Squad?

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A group of squid should be called a squad.

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3. Should we change Mother’s Day to Mother’s Week?

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Mothers only get a day but sharks get a whole week.

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4. An unfortunate title to hold.

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Horses must be the most farted upon creatures in the whole world.

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5. A hairstyle of many uses.

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A mullet will make you a redneck and also prevent you from getting one.

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6. I guess Keith Rural has a ring to it.

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Keith urban is a terrible name for a country music singer.

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7. Abortion clinics, take notes.

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“Don’t kid yourself” would be a great slogan for an abortion clinic.

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8. Nice road rage versus mean road rage.

Cars should have two horns: one is a “nice” one, the other is a “mean” one.

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9 A nicer, better reality.

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I bet attractive people think the world is a lot more polite than it really is.

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10. The only positive outcome of the Titanic.

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The sinking of the titanic must have been a miracle to the lobsters in the kitchen.

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Celeb Facts - Fashion Brands Actually Owned By Celebrities

  1. Actor Kate Hudson co-founded the activewear line Fabletics in 2013, whose mission is to support women in leading healthy lifestyles. The line is rooted in a subscription-based service and includes workout essentials like leggings and sneakers. CNBC reported in 2018 that Fabletics was planning to open 75 more stores in the U.S. and overseas.
  2. Lauren Conrad launched a line of clothing called LC by Lauren Conrad that's sold exclusively at Kohls. The line branched off to include a Disney Couture line so adults can wear their favorite Disney inspired pieces and still look professional. She's also the brain behind Paper Crown and The Little Market.
  3. Not only is Reese Witherspoon, an award-winning actor and the head of a production company, but in 2015 she launched Draper James. Draper James is a clothing and homewares company that designs Southern-style pieces. Pieces range from $98 up to just over $200 for a dress.
  4. Established in 2007 by Full House stars turned style icons, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, created their own fashion line Elizabeth and James, named after the twins' younger siblings. The clothing line focuses on sweaters, dresses, tops, and pants. They take casual pieces and then modify and modernize them.
  5. Vanderpump Rules star Kristen Doute transitioned into fashion by starting James Mae, a '70s-inspired rock-band graphic-tee clothing line named after her niece and nephew. Most tops run between $30 and $45. Some are designed with mottos that reflect her vegan lifestyle; others branch out into off-the-shoulder, embroidered, cropped blouses.

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