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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I visited a friend a while back and she wiped up bin juice spill on the floor with her dish sponge and chucked the sponge in the sink and left it. I silently freaked out on the inside.
    NNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I'm going to have nightmares

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    I can't really think of anything. I'm sure there ARE things, but I generally just go with what's there and don't think much about it...

    But why in the world does bar soap bother you?? Surely it's better than no soap, and it's all there was only a few years ago!

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    No soap in bathrooms always grosses me out. I also hate dirty bathrooms and toilets, not just general clutter (I have makeup everywhere in my bathroom) but moldy surfaces and things like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I visited a friend a while back and she wiped up bin juice spill on the floor with her dish sponge and chucked the sponge in the sink and left it. I silently freaked out on the inside.
    Ewwww, a pet hate of mine.

    I dislike smoking inside, no soap in bathrooms, excessive pet hair on furniture, the smell of cats (litter/cat pee) and really dirty floors.

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    Default Sort of spin off from the toilet mat thread*

    Skid marks in the toilet, smelly couches, dishes piled up in the sink that have obviously been there for days, animal poo/wee everywhere,dirty cat litter that smells like it hasn't been cleaned for weeks, filthy tiled floors that leave a slick on the bottom of your feet, dish sponges and rank smelling tea towels, dirty glasses/cups that you don't realise are dirty until you start drinking.. Gag.

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    Pet smells. Dog smell on sofas/embedded in carpets. Cat litter. Change cat litter before visitors arrive

    Oh and that musty smell when a house hasn't had the windows opened for ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bini86 View Post
    dirty glasses/cups that you don't realise are dirty until you start drinking.. Gag.
    YES! I was at the end of my rather large glass of orange juice at someones house and as I tipped the cup right back to drink that last bit I noticed the milk ring still at the bottom of the cup!! How long was that there for considering even a whole glass of liquid didnt dislodge the whole thing??!

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    Better at the bottom of the glass than in your stomach!

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    I am not going to be able to sleep tonight after reading this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Better at the bottom of the glass than in your stomach!
    I just imagine it slowly dissolving whilst I was sipping on it for a while. I couldnt help but wonder how thick that ring of milk was in the beginning and how long it had been there. Ick.


 

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