“I like to sit alone, watching the Food Network. (Do you cook?) I do cook, God, I cook. […] I get a little weird in the kitchen. Like, I don’t want anyone to talk to me. I want it done right. And if it’s not being done right, I will let you know. […] Some people run. I chop things.”
Bath bombs’ primary ingredients are a weak acid and a bicarbonate base. These are unreactive when dry, but react vigorously when dissolved in water to produce their characteristic fizzing over a period of several minute carbon dioxide bubbles on bathers’ skin gives a tickling sensation some find pleasant.