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I do. I think it's a fitting insult to the high-priced shampoo maker that has failed.
Cargoyle Cargoyle 36-40, M 7 Answers Feb 9, 2011

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If shampoo I bought doesn't work for me at all (allergy or something) I use it when hand washing sweaters :P

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Hmm... I'll have to consider that.

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LOL<br />
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FACKK YEAH.<br />
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Everyone does that, whether they admit it or not. Also, when I'm running out of shampoo I put water in there and shake that shitt up! And voila, you gots shampoo for the next day! xD

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I think so, too. They just don't want to admit it.

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You are a toilet

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I'm a courteous toilet. I'm putting the lid down, see?

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If I don't like it, my husband inherits it.<br />
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Even if I do like it, my husband inherits it when it's about 1/4 full. I haven't actually finished off a bottle of shampoo myself in years.<br />
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The same goes for boxes of cookies, cereal, ice cream bars, etc. Of course, I don't wash my hair with those. I eat those. Well, you know what I mean. I think.

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I have used shampoo for soap, but only when I've run out of soap. lol<br />
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If I REALLY don't like a shampoo, I'll give it away to someone I know.<br />
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Edit: To someone who either knows they like it or wishes to try it. Since I already use ONLY 100% botanical shampoos, my only reason for not liking a shampoo is because it's "thin", I like a thick shampoo.

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That likes that kind, I hope... lol good one

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I do that anyway, stick to cheap anti-dandruff shampoo myself.

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I think anti-dandruff shampoo gives people dandruff... Don't laugh, but I like Pantene 2 in 1. It's silky, smells nice, and isn't like engine degreaser that dries your scalp out.

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