Ken Jennings is more than just a Jeopardy! legend. He’s becoming a star in his own right. Over the past few years, he has solidified himself as a master of trivia. He did this, in part, by appearing on several trivia-based game shows. Jennings has been both host and contestant over the years. At the same time, Ken is a prolific author. Currently, he has a dozen books under his belt. On top of that, he is the co-host of a history-themed podcast that dives deep into strange stories from around the world.
Ken Jennings is also becoming a master of social media. At the moment, he has almost 500k followers on Twitter. When you look at his feed, it is easy to see why he is such a big hit on the platform. He shares so much more than just posts promoting his books and TV appearances. Jennings also shares moments from his life with his followers. Above all else, he tries to get laughs from his fans.
In a recent post, he combined those latter two things.
Ken Jennings Feeling a Little Exposed
Getting used to a new shower is never easy. Every time you go to a new place, you have to figure everything out all over again. It’s almost like shower manufacturers don’t speak to each other. There seems to be no industry standard. Personally, I think that overcoming the shower learning curve is the great unspoken struggle of the family vacation.
It looks like Ken Jennings had more than water controls to get used to this weekend. In the tweet, he shows off the shower in the house he and his family stayed in over the weekend. The shower is surrounded by windows overlooking the yard of the house.
In the caption of the photo, Ken Jennings said, “We’re staying at a house this weekend where this is the shower, and man, I just don’t know.”
It doesn’t matter how secluded that house is. It would be hard to not feel pretty exposed in a shower surrounded by windows like that. On the other hand, it’s a great view. Ken Jennings has found a genius way to get around the awkwardly-constructed shower.
In a reply to his original tweet, Ken Jennings said that he’ll be, “Showering in my bathing suit all weekend in case a deer or family of raccoons is checking me out.”