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Message 1 - posted by Eddigrae, Jan 25, 2007

It appalls me the amount of men who do not wash their hands after using public conveniences. Is it any wonder we have so many stomach bugs etc going around with this attitude to hygiene. A brief example : I noted out of four people in supermarket toilets only one person washed their hands. Sorry to gripe but I really do feel some people could do better.
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Message 2 - posted by U2836684, Jan 25, 2007

You really should stop going around toilets noticing men,in fact what got you so interested?
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Message 3 - posted by U6532874, Jan 25, 2007

How does their behaviour affect you?
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Message 4 - posted by Ramslad, Jan 25, 2007

How does their behaviour affect you?

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They p1$$ on him while he's carrying out his survey<laugh>
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Message 5 - posted by U2836684, Jan 25, 2007

How does their behaviour affect you?


They p1$$ on him while he's carrying out his survey<laugh>

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Ramslad.

That is so funny,poor man why doe's he notice these things when i go into a lavvy while out the only thing i notice is the bogey encrusted tiles in front of me.
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Message 6 - posted by beerboy6, Jan 25, 2007

It appalls me the amount of men who do not wash their hands after using public conveniences. Is it any wonder we have so many stomach bugs etc going around with this attitude to hygiene. A brief example : I noted out of four people in supermarket toilets only one person washed their hands. Sorry to gripe but I really do feel some people could do better.

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I read recently that some people think it healthy to drink their own urine.

May be you should stop thinking about not washing hands as unhealthy just think of it as a














Starter.<laugh>
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Message 7 - posted by U4290277, Jan 25, 2007

Sad Git
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Message 8 - posted by U3702965, Jan 25, 2007

It appalls me the amount of men who do not wash their hands after using public conveniences. Is it any wonder we have so many stomach bugs etc going around with this attitude to hygiene. A brief example : I noted out of four people in supermarket toilets only one person washed their hands. Sorry to gripe but I really do feel some people could do better.

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No doubt from the supermarket toilets,
They went straight to the fresh fruit and vegetables stall,
Picking their noses while disregarding produce that others might buy.


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Message 9 - posted by Tommysanstarfish, Jan 25, 2007

It is disgusting that people do not wash their hands after using the toilet.
It not just the food they touch afterwards its everything, that they can pass germs to.
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Message 10 - posted by U4357578, Jan 25, 2007

Wasn't there a study of germs and foreign objects found in the freebie bowls of nuts and crisps on pub bars? There was all sorts form human faeces to pubic hairs in them.


Bleurgh!
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Message 11 - posted by U6532874, Jan 25, 2007

Yep, but you knew that and because they were salty you kept putting your hand in over and over again.
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Message 12 - posted by U4357578, Jan 25, 2007

Never touch them Will.

Anyway, you just keep reeling in Grill about the Isle of Man and leave me alone...<laugh>
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Message 13 - posted by U5848678, Jan 26, 2007

I think people should go further and not wash their hands after having a sh1t either.

Anyone agree?
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Message 14 - posted by onechattylady, Jan 27, 2007

Makes you feel sick doesn't it, men in particular should be more aware!
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Message 15 - posted by U4357578, Jan 27, 2007

Why men in particular? Is their dirt more dirty than womens?
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Message 16 - posted by NEMISES, Jan 28, 2007

The closest my hands ever get to anything nasty is about 6 inches, not bragging like but?? provinding nothing splashes on my digits I never wash me hands, mind you her indoors goes bloody ballistic when she sees me do this.
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Message 17 - posted by Venus_1, Jan 28, 2007

your all gross

wash your hands its people like you lot that help spread diseases like MRSA

yuk yuk and more yuk
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Message 18 - posted by Shropshirelady, Feb 4, 2007

I think people in this country generally don`t wash their hands often enough. Look how many go straight from something like (for example)bowling to eating. How many wash their hands before eating? I see loads of "ladies" come out of toilets and not wash their hands. Yuk !
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Message 19 - posted by U4357578, Feb 4, 2007

your all gross

wash your hands its people like you lot that help spread diseases like MRSA

yuk yuk and more yuk

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It's because we live in such a sterile environment that we're suffering more infections. Less resistance see? Nature gave us an immune system and we've allowed it to become less useful with our obsession with cleanliness.

Super bugs only become super because we overuse anti-biotics.
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Message 20 - posted by U3220267, Feb 4, 2007

6inches is nothing to brag about!
The closest my hands ever get to anything nasty is about 6 inches, not bragging like but?? provinding nothing splashes on my digits I never wash me hands, mind you her indoors goes bloody ballistic when she sees me do this.

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