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Showering Under Purple Rain

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"Showering Under Purple Rain" is the name given to a new shower system that delivers appropriately coloured water to the accompaniment of the most excellent Prince track of the same name.

Here's how it works: the cold water supply is stained with a harmless blue dye, while the hot water receives a bright red equivalent. When the waters mix at the shower head, they form purple.

Those who like to be roasted can elect to have pure red water, whilst those who enjoy a cold shower (like me) can have nice blue water bouncing off their goose pimples. "Purple Rain" can of course be played in the background or sung out loud to the annoyance of all those in the vicinity.

xenzag, Aug 30 2014

Pick a color, any color. https://www.google....AQ&biw=1333&bih=601
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 31 2014]

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       You could also have an attachment that fires two steel bolts at your kneecaps, to the accompaniment of "I can't stand the rain"; or one that drops men from the roof of the cubicle.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 30 2014
  

       There is a significant danger that you may become permanently marooned in your own shower cubicle.
AusCan531, Aug 30 2014
  

       Here's a pertinent question: What melodic sounds might be heard emanating from the device used to open the door of the shower cubicle?
xenzag, Aug 30 2014
  

       I'll bun this for creativity, but as nice as that song is, if I started my day listening to it I'd crawl right back in bed. I don't need John Phillips Souza in the morning, but something a little more upbeat. On second thought, the Monty Python theme would be a good getting ready for the day tune. I think it's called "Liberty Bell."   

       I know, how predictable. A discussion of Prince leading right into John Phillips Souza.
doctorremulac3, Aug 30 2014
  

       I'll take the Slayer version
bs0u0155, Aug 31 2014
  

       [2 fries] I was of course aware of those shower heads in link, (thanks though) but they are all optical, and don't have the drama of seeing actual coloured water swirling around your feet after it has coursed down the length of your torso.
xenzag, Aug 31 2014
  

       True,
hm, fiber optic torsos...
  

       //the most excellent Prince track of the same name.   

       In computing terms that is div zero
not_morrison_rm, Sep 01 2014
  

       // marooned //
baconbrain, Sep 01 2014
  
      
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