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coinslot Offline
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Toilet hygiene
What are your thoughts on this?

Personally, I wash and dry my hands thoroughly after every visit. It really bugs me when men don't bother. It doesn't matter how well I wash my hands, I still have to open the bog door by the piss/faeces stained handle.

I have a bottle of antibacterial stuff on my desk, but it doesn't stop me getting the shits a couple of times a year. Pretty sure it's from work, as it always starts early evening on work days when I haven't eaten anything different from my family.

No idea if this is an issue for the ladies. The amount of time they spend in the bog, I would imagine they have time for a thorough decontamination.
15-06-2018 18:43
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
Always wash and dry hands myself. At my work though it seems some people don't even bother to flush. We've even been told of late of someone having thrown up all over the bathroom and just leaving it. The women seem to have their own problems of people leaving a mess at certain times of the month, but they tend to deal with it "internally" amongst themselves.

The way some people behave when they think they have diminished culpability can be atrocious.
15-06-2018 18:50
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Hero-of-the-night Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
I work with one lad who doesn’t shower and never washes his hands! The dirt under his finger nails is like minging.

Last week our site toilet didn’t even have a door on it, I guess most don’t wash their hands but I do every time.
15-06-2018 21:29
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sudds green Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
Where I work, I wash my hands before I go
15-06-2018 21:46
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Qblock87 Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
When I come back from Lancashire I always make sure I take an extra long shower because I feel grubby. You dirty scruffy tramps that you are.
15-06-2018 22:03
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Magic147 Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
I'm sat on the throne right now and I may not even wipe.
16-06-2018 07:13
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TheSteed Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
I don’t piss on my hands so no need to wash them.
16-06-2018 12:35
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Richard Head Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
If you think it's bad here, we've been to Italy 3 times in the last year and you struggle to find a toilet with a bog seat on it, this is in major cities as well not out in the wilds
16-06-2018 13:09
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whitstabletangerine Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
When I flew with the air force we had piss tubes, the top was similar to the object you would put in your petrol filler and pour in petrol if you happen to run out on the road.
We had no water to wash our hands and if an emergency happened and you needed number two then the cardboard sandwich box/lunch box came in handy, when empty of course.
The modern jets were a far cry from their predecessors the Lancasters but even they had the benefit of an Elsan portable toilet, fine if the aircraft was in level flight but a nightmare apparently in turbulance .
16-06-2018 13:21
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Magic147 Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
You can't just stick your arse out of the window and release a Stuka Dive Bomber?
16-06-2018 13:23
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
(16-06-2018 13:23)Magic147 Wrote:  You can't just stick your arse out of the window and release a Stuka Dive Bomber?

I imagine a few of the paratroopers became parapooppers during the war.
16-06-2018 13:58
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whitstabletangerine Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
Certainly in the fifties the paratroopers who flew in the wonderful old Blackburn Beverley had the use of a toilet situated in the tail of the aircraft, it was situated just in front of the drop door and following a fatality measures were taken so that the toilet door could not be opened when the drop door for the parachute descent was open, therefore if you happen to be in the toilet and the drop door was opened that is were you remained until the drop door was closed once again.
16-06-2018 15:07
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Hero-of-the-night Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
(16-06-2018 15:07)whitstabletangerine Wrote:  Certainly in the fifties the paratroopers who flew in the wonderful old Blackburn Beverley had the use of a toilet situated in the tail of the aircraft, it was situated just in front of the drop door and following a fatality measures were taken so that the toilet door could not be opened when the drop door for the parachute descent was open, therefore if you happen to be in the toilet and the drop door was opened that is were you remained until the drop door was closed once again.

I think, by coincidence, every time that drop door open I’d be in the loo!
16-06-2018 16:44
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
(16-06-2018 16:44)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  I think, by coincidence, every time that drop door open I’d be in the loo!

Surely a man of your status would never be near the front line anyway.
16-06-2018 17:01
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Hero-of-the-night Offline
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RE: Toilet hygiene
(16-06-2018 17:01)TheSuffolkSeasider Wrote:  Surely a man of your status would never be near the front line anyway.

Very true, it’s normally the Labour voters being used as cannon fodder.
16-06-2018 17:58
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