Everyone's peed in the shower. If you claim you haven't, you're lying.
But what other things do we do when we're in the bathroom with nobody watching?
A survey conducted on behalf of Abcotechbrand.com, makers of a wireless waterproof Bluetooth-enabled shower speaker, found some pretty shocking bits of behind-the-bathroom-door data.
A whopping 61% of Americans admit they pee in the shower, and 41% admit emptying their bladders in swimming pools (and those are only the people willing to admit it — so it's probably even higher than that).
But why is it that we're so willing to get so nasty in private?
“The bathroom is one of the few sanctuaries in your home where you can let your hair down, release the tensions of the day and just be yourself,” Fisch said in a press release. “People cling to certain habits, whether while using the toilet or bathing, and music is often part of that routine.”
Some other intriguing findings: