Let's stop the madness!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Pension_Admin, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. I was in a public lavatory yesterday and I notice this guy whom did not wash his hands after doing #1! I was so upset, especially when I was about to turn the door knob to exit the lavatory. I have seen this type of crime against humanity once too many times. Now, I vow to stop this madness through the use of internet...once and for all!

    My fellow hygienic friends, if you see someone not washing their hand after doing #1 or #2, please turn them from the dark side and guide them to lights. Let's stop this madness for you, me, and the next generation.


  2. Couldn't agree more. I usually use a paper towel to open a door to a restroom when I am leaving- it's sickening. :mad:
  3. Lucrum


    Me too.

    some interesting facts and history

    "Aztec physicians used urine to clean external wounds to prevent infection, and administered it as a drink to relieve stomach and intestinal problems."

    "Urine is sterile until it reaches the urethra where the epithelial cells lining the urethra are colonized by facultatively aerobic Gram negative rods and cocci"

    "Ancient Romans used human urine to cleanse grease stains from their clothing, before acquiring soaps from the Germans during the first century CE"

    "Consuming one's own urine is relatively low in risk."

    "The Koryak people of Siberia are reported to have used the psychoactive Amanita muscaria mushroom, commonly known as fly agaric, as a ceremonial entheogen.[12] The active alkaloids are unchanged as they pass through the human body, allowing the urine to retain the intoxicating effects of the mushroom: those who drank the urine of those using the mushroom would experience the psychoactive effects, themselves. Tribesmen who could not afford the mushrooms drank the urine of those who could..."
  4. It's not about the urine, because few people would get urine on their hand doing #1. It's about the moisture and sweats from that area. :mad:
  5. you should have learned by now not to piss on your hands
  6. I once had a professor who use to talk about piss whistlers. This thread reminded me of it.
  7. you realize that your keyboard has more bacteria per square inch than your penis

    do you disinfect your penis after using your keyboard? :confused:
  8. Lucrum


    Sounds like your penis spends an awful lot of time on your keyboard.
  9. Wallet


    Hummm I was always taught not to pee on my hands, but wash them anyways.

    But can't vouch for others so I use a paper towel to open the door.

    Or just wipe my hands on a friend's shirt, LOL
  10. #10     Apr 17, 2010