If you've ever fantasised about stomping on Goombas or rescuing Princess Zelda, you're going to want this 8-bit Nintendo (or 'Cleantendo') shower curtain from ThinkGeek that makes your morning routine feel more like a retro video game. It's $US25 ($33), including plastic rings, and features classic 8-bit graphics plus a clear window that makes whoever's taking a shower behind it the star of the game. There's no high score with this game, but you can consider getting to work on time after an overly long shower a definite win.
Nintendo Bathroom Curtain, For Playing In The Shower
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