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23 Ways To Make A Ski Chalet Hot Tub Awkward

Here's how to spoil the mountain hot tub experience for everyone.

Is there anything better, after a day on the slopes, than getting in your swimming gear and just chilling out in the hot tub? We’d argue that there is not. The enveloping warmth of the water combined with the soothing luxuriousness of the bubbles is, and we don’t want to sound too much like a shampoo advert here, complete and utter bliss.

However, as we’re sure many of you can testify to, there are a number of potentially devastating hot tub faux-pas lingering just out of your field of vision that are itching to kill the mood, and spoil everyone’s fun. Picture the feel-good ski and snowboard holiday vibes as a big balloon, and these horrendously awkward things you can do in a hot tub as a rusty pin that can pop the balloon and make everyone extremely uncomfortable.

1) Invite too many people to the hot tub…

2) Get weird with people’s feet…

3) Stand by the hot tub and watch…

4) Have a verbal disagreement…

5) Have a full-blown fight…

6) Eat your dinner…

7) Be annoying with your elbows…

8) Splash about like a toddler…

9) Stick your feet in people’s faces…

10) Fart beneath the water…

11) Fart above the water…

12) Stroke people’s hair…

13) Let your trunks rise slowly to the surface…

14) Wee in the hot tub…

15) Soil yourself…

16) Give people back-rubs they didn’t ask for…

 

17) Insist on being naked at all times…

18) Pretend to be a shark…

19) Be this guy…

20) Or this guy…

21) Turn your back on everyone in the hot tub…

22) Talk about nothing but Hot Tub Time Machine…

23) Die in the hot tub…

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