The next time you lament your complicated life on earth, think about how much more tedious it would be if you were in space. Astronauts such as Chris Hadfield from the YouTube channel VideoFromSpace demonstrate just how different it is to go about daily tasks such as washing your hair and brushing your teeth in an gravity-free environment. (At the end of the day, let us give three cheers for running water. Watch and you’ll understand why.)
How to Brush Your Teeth in Space
Take a toothbrush, put on some toothpaste, brush, rinse, and spit, right? No, not in space!
How to Wash Your Hair in Space
Again, three cheers for running water and gravity!
How to Sleep in Space
Okay, perhaps a little bit of floating around might be fun.
How to Barf, Puke, Vomit in Space
Getting drunk or wasted strictly prohibited in space. (Are you still interested in going there now?)
How to Shave in Space
The vacuum cleaner, of all things, is necessary to revamp your looks.
How to Wring a Washcloth in Space
And the next question in line… how do you dry your laundry in space?
How to Cook Spinach in Space
Never has the quote “water, the source of life” rung so true.
How to Wash Your Hands in Space
Does that mean they can wash their hands practically anywhere, not just in the bathroom?
How to Cry in Space
Try not to miss your family and friends too much if you go to space!
How to Make a Peanut Butter and Honey Sandwich in Space
Breadcrumbs, mortal enemy of spacemen.
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