towels. Wednesday , October 04th , 2017 - 04:11:12 AM
In recent times the poncho towel has become increasingly popular, I think I first saw cheap versions in beach front shops in seaside towns. They tended to have very bright coloured designs of cartoon or Disney characters and they had a hood but no arms and the towel was loose and just hung over your front and back. They were a brilliant development from the normal beach towel because you could wear them so there was less to carry and they didn't fall off so would keep you reasonably warm.
Think about it, when you go into a public restroom at a restaurant, you wash your hands, and you reach for a paper towel only to find that it shreds in two when you pull at it, it kind of puts you in a sour mood. You have to wipe your hands on your shirt, or just shake them dry, or waste a bunch of napkins wiping your hands. You're probably less likely to leave a decent tip (although we know it wasn't the server's fault, the fact remains that unhappy diners leave smaller tips), and when it comes time to get lunch tomorrow, you're thinking back to the broken paper towel dispenser and wondering if the other burger place across town keeps their restroom in check.
One of the things I have noticed about poncho towels is that many of them only have towelling on the outside, even some of the more expensive versions, which I find very strange as that is not the part that goes next to your body and needs to be absorbent. The one that I saw recently which wraps around has towelling on both sides of the fabric, which I think is much more practical.
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