Science has never been our strong point, but we know a good shower curtain when we see one. And this fascinating baby is one of the best as it depicts the periodic table in all its baffling glory. Yes, that periodic table - the one that shows various elements arranged in columns and rows according to their increasing atomic number. Or something like that.
Why anyone would want to check the atomic mass of molybdenum whilst fashioning their hair into a shampoo horn is beyond us, but showering seems to have a strange effect on some people, causing them to sing, beat their chest King Kong-styley and even pretend they're standing under a tropical waterfall with two loofah-wielding exotic maidens. Or is that just us?
Particularly handy if you're revising for a science exam in the shower (well, you never know), the semi-transparent Periodic Table Shower Curtain is made from high quality 100% hand-screened EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate - but you already knew that), and makes bog-standard shower curtains look about as interesting as soap scum.
Truth be told, this info-packed bathroom accessory has completely reignited our interest in shower-based scientific studies. After all, where else can you observe Newton's law of gravity, disprove the Coriolis fallacy and double check the atomic number for copper just by dropping the soap, flushing the loo and staring at the shower curtain? Precisely.
An ideal gift for boffins, students and anyone else who enjoys a bit of tongue in cheek bathroom-based fun, the Periodic Table Shower Curtain is set to cause a splash (or not, as the case may be) in homes and student digs across the globe. So don't just stand around getting wetter and stupider; get ordering and wash and learn!
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