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netikras
12d

4 hours in a bathhouse. 80C, 60% humidity.

Boy am I sleeping like a ball of soft fresh wool tonight... ๐Ÿ˜

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  • 5
    80ะก, what the actual fuck
  • 1
    @dudeking I know, it's not very hot. But then again, last time I was enjoying it was something 2 years ago :) so 80C was enough
  • 4
    @netikras man you alright there?
  • 3
    That’s twice the temperature necessary to sousvide a human
  • 0
    I would have already fainted.
  • 3
    It is actually impossible to be in 80°C for 4h without cooking yourself like a turkey on the 4th of july.
  • 0
    @dudeking @FrodoSwaggins 80C is not that much [altho a plastic cup with water on a top seat did start to melt ๐Ÿ˜ ] :) I've been in one with 95C+ and lower humidity, it was nice too! Looking forward to get into one with 100C+ :)
  • 1
    @Quirinus well to be fair it WAS the 4th of July ๐Ÿ˜

    anyhow, I wasn't in all the time. Walk-ins of 10-15 minutes each and a nice break in a cold water pool between each.

    @all judging by your commenrs It feels like you guys have never been in a good bathhouse ๐Ÿ˜
  • 1
    @netikras The closest thing I've ever experienced is in a hot spring. I did not ask what temperature the water was but it's almost about the same temperature as the water I use with coffee.

    The first dip was haaaard. I'm glad I wasn't dumb enough to jump right into it and settled for dipping my feet first. This was in the mountains so I remember that scene from a movie when a family was on vacation and the father stopped his son from jumping into the water and it turns out it's gotten so hot so fast that there were dead people floating in the water.

    What a relaxing thought for a vacation. Anyway, it was relaxing as soon as I got used to it. My skin was soft as eyeballs. It would be nice to follow it up with a massage. ๐Ÿ˜ณ
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