ANSWERS: 33
  • No and if my 'signifigant other' asked me to do such a thing then they obviously don't truly love me. Richard Shines
  • google "one bathtub, two straws" and see how sick your question is.
  • No, But I would do it for a nice chunk of money :)
  • Boy, that's a new one..never heard that before. No, I wouldn't because drinking dirty bathwater indicates mental instability to me and in no way relates to loving, liking, admiring someone. Very strange world we live in....:(
  • This is new... No I wouldn't. First thing: It's gross. Second: your significant other is being an ass and he/she wouldn't be that way if indeed he/she IS your significant other.
  • err.. not if there's any shampoo or soap in it (note that I don't have a s/o)
  • Excuse me for asking instead of answering, but how can that possibly show anyone that they are truly loved???
  • I don't consider that to be an act of love, and I really hope that my significant other doesn't either : D
  • Yes. I drink my wife's dirty bath water every day. I have since before we were married. Not to demonstrate how much I love her, but because I enjoy drinking water that she's bathed in. She didn't ask me to; I asked for her permission to drink it. She was a bit reluctant at first, but once she realized how important it was to me, she agreed to make it part of our daily routine. It's something very intimate between us. After she finishes her bath, drinking the water she used to wash her body and shave her legs makes me feel incredibly close to her. I really don't care for clean water straight from the tap; I need my wife to take a bath in my drinking water before it goes into my glass. She is totally supportive, and makes this possible for me. She could take showers, but she takes a bath every day instead, just so I can drink her dirty bath water afterwards. I cannot possibly say enough about her; she's an incredible woman. Obviously, this isn't something that's appealing to most couples. That's OK. But I simply could not imagine a life that did not involve not drinking my wife's used bath water every day.
  • barf. If my husband drank my bathwater I'd take him in for counseling.
  • Uh, no. I have never heard that one. But having to "prove" how much I love someone by doing something demeaning and disgusting is just not my bag, Baby.
  • eeeeeuuuuuuu
  • I guess if they really wanted me to, but it's not something I would really be excited about. It also depends on the amount. A tablespoon, A sip, A cup? all of it?
  • I Have heard that before, infact from my husband, many, many years ago.. He couldn't drink anything for awhile after that, cause it wasn't my bath water he was referring too. lol
  • YUCK!! that is just gross....i would never, ever do that...
  • After careful thought .... NO!
  • What the fuck is wrong with you. Why don't you just drink their blood or urine instead. How about you just run the bubble bath for them to show them.
  • Uh no. Never. Merely because that doesn't prove love, it proves insanity.
  • How in the world does that show you love them?
  • no never he knows i love him i dont need to lick his feet to prove it
  • Where does this come from and what does it prove? That you can tolerate the other to that point? Kind of extreme really.
  • If she asked me I'd say YES! Because I know that she loves me enough to never let me drink something that might make me sick, thus I prove my love for her and instead of drinking bathwather we both go out for a couple of cold beers and later we make passionate love 'til the wee hours of the morning.
  • Not sure Happy New Year 2009
  • All it would show is bad taste .. literally and metaphorically.
  • You gotta be kidding me, that's a whole hell of a lot of water to be drinking.
  • No, my wife would never ask. I would take a bullet for her though.
  • Nope, I certainly wouldn't. I don't think it would show love, just some odd, fetish-like desperation.
  • my s/o would love me so much that he wouldn't allow me to drink from his bathwater even if I said I would.
  • That is not a demonstration love and if you believe that it is you've got some twisted thinking going on. Good luck!
  • No, especially since if she really loved me she wouldn't want me to do that in order to prove my love.
  • Er, no. I don't think I need to do that to prove anything of the sort.
  • God no. If he needs me to do that to prove my love for him i dont need him as a boyfriend

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