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Why can't they wash their hands after using the toilet or urinal? It is gross!!! I always have to open the restroom door with a napkin or a piece of toilet paper afterwards.
 
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wash the fella in the morning; shake after use; what's the big deal? Washing hands takes up at least 10 seconds of our busy day. 
 
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I'm one step ahead of you. I don't even open the restroom door if there's a water fountain nearby.
 
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I'm one step ahead of you. I don't even open the restroom door if there's a water fountain nearby.

I think I understand what you are saying, but I don't want to confirm my understanding. That's gross too.
 
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I see it all of the time.  Here in the environmentally-minded Pacific NW I think people do it to conserve water.   Some people don't wash or flush (#1).
 
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A trip to the doctor would be more damaging to the environment. Always thinking small...

What prompted me to start this topic was some guy who had just completed #2, flushed and then walked out without washing his hands like people want some of his E. Coli.
 
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I don't know about the rest of you, but I find it best to limit myself to a hotel suite and wear Kleenex boxes as shoes.
 
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Technically your supposed to wash your hands for 30 seconds after EVERYTHING you do. It just takes to much time and scientists have actually shown that people who don't wash up have stronger immune systems. Not saying you shouldn't wash up before food though. If your preparing food for someone you don't want them getting sick.
 
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I'm not OCD, but I like to wash my hands.  Not only after using the bathroom, but frequently while cooking too - because of food contamination with meat, etc.
 
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I bring my flip flops with me and I have them on even in the shower. I also bring one towel. I used to bring a fleece blanket and bed sheet, but nowadays the blood sucking airlines want to charge you for checked in bags so I can't do that.
 
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Technically your supposed to wash your hands for 30 seconds after EVERYTHING you do. It just takes to much time and scientists have actually shown that people who don't wash up have stronger immune systems. Not saying you shouldn't wash up before food though. If your preparing food for someone you don't want them getting sick.

Id be happy if people washed after #1 and 2, after nose picking and after scratching the rear end.
 
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Technically your supposed to wash your hands for 30 seconds after EVERYTHING you do. It just takes to much time and scientists have actually shown that people who don't wash up have stronger immune systems. Not saying you shouldn't wash up before food though. If your preparing food for someone you don't want them getting sick.

People who are exposed to more germs develop better resistance. but there should be limits. I carry around a bottle of those hand sanitizer.
 
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Washing your hands after whizzing is a reasonable thing to do but I gotta' say that all these hand sanitizer dispensers in public places is just nuts. The hand sanitizer manufacturers of the world have created a market by instilling a phobia in millions of gullible people.  
 
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This is why for the popularity of the "Fist Bump", healthy I suppose
 
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