EPA Tells Kids Not to Take Baths

Environmentalists are basically smelly hippies with useless degrees

Considering that environmentalists are basically smelly hippies with useless degrees, it's not surprising that they would be against hygiene.

Parents across America who struggle to keep their young rambunctious kids clean now have a new obstacle: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

As part of its effort to help save the planet from the dangers of taking too many baths, the EPA’s WaterSense program is trying to convince kids they should avoid bathtubs in favor of showers, which it says is a far more efficient use of water.

In addition to convincing kids to stay away from the tub, the EPA’s website instructs children to be careful not to give plants or the yard too much water, to ask parents to use car washes that recycle used water, and to avoid using hoses whenever possible.

Just wait till the EPA opens a tip line for turning in your parents to the Green Police for watering the lawn.

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