As I putt through my morning ritual on autopilot I'm struck by two thoughts that have occurred to me on many similar mornings:
a: Morning stomach. My shape never looks so fit at the end of the day. Why is it when I get up the belly is where it should be? Flat, trim looking, nice firm ridges like you see on the underwear commercials. It's great! But at the end of the day it looks like a candle left out in the sun. Damn you old age! Damn you to hell! I wonder if people on lower-gravity worlds even have that problem? I also wonder if people on lower-grav worlds billow out like balloons when they walk-jump? The shower is a great time for these types of thoughts.
b: Shaving cream. Honest to god when the can runs out it's amazing how little you really need to get the job done. By my estimate I use about 10,000% more than I need each time and cans still last me months. But when I'm in the shower and I need more, I can get by with an amount less than the pea-sized blob of toothpaste I brush my teeth with. By like 75%. I'm sure the manufacturers know this and ensure that the button on the can won't dispense less than 10,000% more than you actually need. I guess they have to sell product and no one really complains. Hmm, do people on low-gravity worlds shave? If they don't does their hair balloon out like we see on the space station? Must be funny if they ride a motorcycle without a helmet and come to a stop. They probably poof out like dandelions.
It's amazing how much random and weird thinking goes on in the half-awake human mind first thing in the morning. Good thing that most of us keep it to ourselves.