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What an interesting topic!

I know of a German science competition for pupils (age limit is about 18 years), where the young researchers can hand in their research papers. It's sponsored by STERN, a big German weekly. Once two 14 year old guys won with counting the bacteria on toothbrushes.

It may sound bad hygienically, but we need the little bastards in our colon to help us digest.

I agree with door handles. I don't like touching them, too. I don't know if it was done elsewhere than Germany, but they filmed (TV) German rest room at the high way and the most of the guys didn't wash hands. I guess it's a real problem.
 

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I read somewhere that the bottom of your shoes are the most bacteria laden thing in your house, and toilet seats comparatively were far less of a concern.
I've read: toilet seats/covers are less a concern when compared to kitchen sinks.
 

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Nonetheless, I think I'll stick with washing my produce in the sink, not in the toilet bowl.
LOL-: maybe I'll do so, too!
 
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