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THE LOCKER ROOM There is place where athletes go when they finish working out This room is used for men or women who change clothes take showers or hold meetings To some people this room is a hang-out spot to talk according to gender When someone walks into a locker room they can see many things referring to lockers that have locks for security with small holes Other things that are often found in a locker room are benches so people can sit down in the locker room Also seen in locker rooms are disposal baskets on wheels full of sweaty towels that have been used and from showers in the bathroom There are important things to see in a locker room The most awful thing in a locker room is the smell I am sure whenever one walks into a locker room most of the time they are holding their breath to deny the feet and body odor aroma that fills the air Locker rooms are very nasty to smell and that is mainly why people dont like to stay in there When entering a locker room after a long workout there is a taste in everyones mouth I am not sure that I would taste anything in a locker room but I am sure it taste like cold metal and sweaty hands the walls and benches taste like dry sour dough Many people think that putting anything in anyones mouth is disgusting In a locker room there are many sounds Mainly noise that never stops such as locker doors slamming and people talking Also you may hear others grunting from the aches and pains from previous workouts and practices There are other things to listen for like running water from showers sinks and also toilets No matter what there are all types of sound The feelings that people have when walking in a locker room is a feeling like no other Some
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