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How do those that wash their hands afterwards turn the tap off, as the tap is obviously still contaminated after one has washed one's hands.

 

Best to wear disposable gloves whilst having a slash to be completely safe.

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Nope. Germs are good.

 

Its not the 'pee' that is the problem... that afterall is a relatively good anti infectant.... its the fact that in a public toilet 1000's of blokes have touched their c***s - and then touched door handles etc... so it depends on how 'clean' these gentlemen are .....

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Its not the 'pee' that is the problem... that afterall is a relatively good anti infectant.... its the fact that in a public toilet 1000's of blokes have touched their c***s - and then touched door handles etc... so it depends on how 'clean' these gentlemen are .....

 

Unfortunately, it's the old chestnut about blokes going to the pub toilets and then eating out of a dish of peanuts that disturbs me :(

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Its not the 'pee' that is the problem... that afterall is a relatively good anti infectant.... its the fact that in a public toilet 1000's of blokes have touched their c***s - and then touched door handles etc... so it depends on how 'clean' these gentlemen are .....

 

Exactly. No point in washing your hands if you're then going to

 

a) Push/Pull the door open on your way out (door handles are breeding grounds for bacteria)

b) Handle money (riddled with germs)

c) Drive a car (steering wheel)

d) Have a w*nk (you want to feel as dirty as possible)

 

Not that you could do all of those in a public toilet. Well, probably not c anyway.

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