“There are two bathrooms, and one of them has a fan that keeps water off your bathroom,” one of my roommates told me.
“The other bathroom has a different fan that sucks the water out.”
I wasn’t sure which bathroom I should use.
So I went to my roommate’s room to ask him what he thought.
“The one I’ve been living in has a bathroom fan,” he said.
“The one in my house has a toilet fan.”
“Why do you have a fan in your bathroom?”
My roommate’s reply was short and to the point: I don’t.
He had a couple of reasons for his aversion to a fan.
The first was that I had just started working in a bathroom that had a toilet, and the toilet was already a fanless shower.
If I were to use the toilet at home, I’d be using the bathroom fan to keep water off the shower, which I thought was a bit creepy.
When I told my roommate about this, he agreed with me that the fanless bathroom was better than the fan in my dorm.
His second reason was that, since I had moved in, my bathroom was no longer a fan-free zone.
I also noticed that my roommate had a large tub in the bathroom, which made it easier to find the toilet paper in my room.
So, after reading this post, what do you think of the bathroom-fan switch?
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