Step 1: In The Shower
Step 2: In The Sink
Step 3: For Naughty Children With Potty Mouths
When your child says a bad word, simply clean it out of their mouths. To do this simply get a child (preferably your own) that has said a bad word. Then grab a bar of soap. Insert the bar of soap into the child's mouth, and let the flavor soak in ( this usually takes 10-300 seconds, depending how bad the word was) Then take the soap out of the child's mouth, and scold the child, now you are done
Step 4: In the showerS.
This step may be of great use to you.
For reasons completely unknown to me, It seems to be a generally good idea not to "drop the soap" when in a communal shower.
Prison is one example.
But soap can get quite slippery and hard to hold on to.
From that problem we arrive at this solution:
Soap on a rope.
Or for you religious folks, to compliment the bible next to your bunk beds:
Pope on a rope
Though I'm not sure if rubbing the pope around your butt is sacrilegious or not.
Use at your own discretion. (Possible side effects include but are not limited to: runny nose, coughing, sneezing, hay fever, loss of bowel control and eternal damnation)
Added by Jamiesoncostello, because I said I would and I'm a man of my word!
Step 5: Entertainment!
But they're never really as entertaining as the one in the movie Blank Check.
This could be a problem, but as always, I've got a solution!
Laundry detergent works best, or dish washing liquid.
Soap bars would just take far too long to dissolve.
Step 1.) Acquire soap.
Step 2.) Dump soap into fountain.
Step 3.) Try not to get caught.
Step 4.) Enjoy!
I'll throw a few pictures in this step to let everyone know what's up.
Also added by Jamiesoncostello, 'cause I'm an overachiever.