I assume you mean why is the water so cold when you first turn the faucet on. Assuming the water heater is working properly and there are no other Plumbing problems, the problem here is that only the water in the hot water tank continues to be heated. Water in the pipes between the hot water heater and your shower or tub cools off, because the pipes are rarely insulated; even if they were, they would still lose heat, though more slowly. When you turn on the hot water side, the cooler water has to be evacuated before the wamer water from the tank can get through the pipes. One solution to this problem is to have a second smaller water heater installed in the line closer to the tub or shower. I've seem small tank heaters, and I've also seen "quick-heat" style heaters similar in concept to the plug-in units that allow you to heat a cup of water in a few seconds. If this isn't what you were looking for, please improve the question with clarification.
Because the water evaporating off your skin takes some of your body heat with it.
I'm in sixth grade, and my teacher told us this....
because people are to cheap to pay to turn on the heater. and so people will take faster showers and wont waste water
No. Hot water is a bigger factor when you are pregnant. You will want to avoid hot tubs, hot baths and hot showers.
Ii say showers! In baths you roll around in your own dirt. shower!
No, they prefer showers.
no its not true
Well I like baths to chill and relax
Yes, Southforest swimming baths have water slides.
A clean routine
They don't take baths (or showers).
The answer to whether baths or showers are more popular in homes depends on which country you live in. In Canada, showers tend to be more popular as they use less water overall.