Tuesday, December 02, 2008


EcoQuest International 12 Places With The Most Germs

Germs are in the news these days. A recent Today Show segment on the germiest places you'll visit on an average day revealed the following germ-packed areas:

Your kitchen sink - That's supposed to be a clean place.

Airplane bathrooms - Yep, thousands of travellers use em. Sounds kind of gross.

A load of wet laundry - Who'd a thunk?

Public drinking fountains - Don't put your lips on it.

Shopping cart handles - Think of that next time your little tyke is chewing on one.

ATM buttons - How many times do those buttons get pushed?

Your handbag - Well, I'm sure some are nastier than others.

Playgrounds - Kids a germs seem to go together.

Mats and machines at health clubs - Laying on other people's sweat, sweet!

Your bathtub - Wash the slime off of you into your tub, that's what happens.

Your office phone - How much time do you spend yacking on that every day?

The hotel-room remote control - That's what they used to say, "Don't touch that dial!"

See the full news story from MSNBC here.

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