It will probably be very difficult to measure the amount of time people spend in the shower on a per person basis. I would imagine people in countries where water is very scarce (for example countries in Africa) or where water is rationed taking very short showers in order to conserve as much water as they can. Often times even places like California will request people to take as short of a shower when they are experiencing a drought.
U.S. military people in Iraq are rationed two-minute showers. That’s only counting the amount of time they can use hot water, not the total time they can spend in the shower. People who live in the Gulf generally average about sixty seconds per shower as they use rain water stored on their roof – and when that water runs out from ontop of the roof, their shower is over.
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