First, 1875 watts is the rating at 125 volts, the max voltage within nominal bandwidth. 1875 watts is mentioned for marketing purposes.say what? The discussion/debate is about providing adequate Service" versus ignoring the obvious by playing "gotcha" with the code. An 1875 hair dryer draws 15.625 amps at 120 volts and 16,304 amps at the more nominal 115 volts. Curling iron amperage, at least the one here, is really negligible at about .1666 amps.
Second, at 120 volts ohms law says its 14.4 amps, not 16.304 amps.
Playing "gotcha" with the code is not what the forum is about and insulting others because their view of the code doesn't conform to yours really does turn everything into a "p*ssing contest" which isn't really what this is all about.
Your understanding of electrical theory is incorrect (as seen above) and you refuse to admit you misinterpreted code... those speak in-itself.
As I wrote, the code is based on minimums. "Best practices" are based on quality and usefulness. Three bathrooms on one circuit is possibly code, but it isn't quality and it is minimally useful.
Yes, after you were proven wrong. What will your excuse be for those 16,304 amps?