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05-12-2010, 12:25   #61
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Unless they're reinacting 2girls1cup by themself, i wouldnt be too worried...
Look lad, there's sinks there for a reason.

Wash yer hands when you go to the jacks, its common sense. I wouldn't care if they were keeping their hands to themselves, but the possibility of them using a keyboard etc. with microfragments of sh1te on their fingers - no thanks
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On the subject of toilets in uni, if you go into cairnes it seems thats theres a massive problem with guys not flushing the toilet after themselves. Its disgusting.
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Actually makes more sense to wash your hands before going to the toilet than after. Cert you pick up way more germs by just opening the toilet door than you would touching yer mickey (well I speak for myself, dunno where you've stuck yours).
Can one not open most cubicle doors by just pushing them?
Or pulling one's sleeve over one's hand at worst?
Using the 'twist' taps was always the one that bothered me - surely germs are transferred onto the tap when turning it on, and then picked up when turning it off again?

Not that I don't agree wholeheartedly that people don't wash their hands enough.
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Can one not open most cubicle doors by just pushing them?
Or pulling one's sleeve over one's hand at worst?
Using the 'twist' taps was always the one that bothered me - surely germs are transferred onto the tap when turning it on, and then picked up when turning it off again?

Not that I don't agree wholeheartedly that people don't wash their hands enough.
If you think about any of these things you're going to be grossed out. Trick is to give your immune system system a bit of credit. You're not going to get cholera so chill the hell out and stop being a fanny about it.
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If you think about any of these things you're going to be grossed out. Trick is to give your immune system system a bit of credit. You're not going to get cholera so chill the hell out and stop being a fanny about it.
Point taken. But i don't want someones sh1te particles getting on keyboard/doors and then transferring to other people.

Infact, I don't want my own getting on other things, hence reason for washing hands


I'm starting to get the feeling that the people i'm talking about are people who are posting in this thread!
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Just searched for a book in the library catalogue, apparently it's on the floor somewhere. Who wants to help me find it?



Thanks a lot library, putting the word "floor" in red font really helps me locate it.
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Just searched for a book in the library catalogue, apparently it's on the floor somewhere. Who wants to help me find it?



Thanks a lot library, putting the word "floor" in red font really helps me locate it.
Maybe it's fallen off the shelf?
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On the subject of bathroom hygiene, everyday in the I.T. Building the toilets seats are constantly being pissed on, its disgusting. Is it one guy with OAB and Parkinson's?
Like you just pissed on another dude's ass.
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On the subject of bathroom hygiene, everyday in the I.T. Building the toilets seats are constantly being pissed on, its disgusting. Is it one guy with OAB and Parkinson's?
Like you just pissed on another dude's ass.
See my post above! So glad i'm not the only one that this pisses off (no pun intended)
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07-12-2010, 18:39   #70
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Interesting subject this poo

Hi,
I was reading through the comments about toilet hygiene.

I was wondering is there an additive you can add to your food or whatever which ads anti-bacterial action to your excretion systems, so that you won't need to wash your hands and so on because all the dangerous pathogens are all killed? It would be so convenient for people.
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Drinking Domestos should do it.
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How about Cillit Bang?

BANG, and your intestines are gone
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I was thinking more of slow-release capsules, which have active components which are only released when the enzymes/heat/whatever near the end of the excretion system are detected. That way it will only start working after they have passed the intestines.

PS: I'm only thinking out loud. Shooting from the hip. This is blue sky thinking here. It's not patent pending, because I trust that the fellow who markets the product will donate the profits to charity on my behalf.
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Hi,
I was reading through the comments about toilet hygiene.

I was wondering is there an additive you can add to your food or whatever which ads anti-bacterial action to your excretion systems, so that you won't need to wash your hands and so on because all the dangerous pathogens are all killed? It would be so convenient for people.
+1

This is the breakthrough I am waiting for before launching my scat-porn career.
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I was thinking more of slow-release capsules, which have active components which are only released when the enzymes/heat/whatever near the end of the excretion system are detected. That way it will only start working after they have passed the intestines.

PS: I'm only thinking out loud. Shooting from the hip. This is blue sky thinking here. It's not patent pending, because I trust that the fellow who markets the product will donate the profits to charity on my behalf.
You really have no idea how the GIT works, do you?? Also, what about the skin - largest excretory organ of the body.
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