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    Tell them. The end . I'm a shoes on and what ever goes kinda person. It's awkwArd cause I forget other people aren't

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    Somebody think of the children!! Haha sorry I had to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    @VicPark you do realise waaaaaay more germs are spread by bare hands than anything else? Why don't you ask them to take off their shoes then leave gloves by the door for them to wear while in your house?

    That will make them feel really welcome.
    Last time I heard people wash their hands after touching public toilets... They don't wash their shoes!

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    I love what you have done here VP just set the tone then go grab a cuppa and watch it unfold. I missed the last one so this should be good

    Dont have kids but will give my 2 cents anyway. I am fine with shoes on personally the dog drags worse in the door in my mind, mum was never a clean freak so we were OK to have shoes inside - that being said we were taught to take shoes off in anybody else's home

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    VicPark you would be amazed how many times ive been in the ladies washing my hands and other ppl have just walked straight out without washing their hands...YUCK. I ALWAYS open public toilet doors with a tissue.. as anal as that sounds, no way. ew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Last time I heard people wash their hands after touching public toilets... They don't wash their shoes!
    I wash my hands after going to the toilet but what about all the other potentially germ ridden things I touch during the day?

    I would visit a public toilet once a week. So if that's your concern I wouldn't worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Alrighty then

    What about hanging one of these by the door and asking them to put it on?

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    Main flaw with that one...the shoes are uncovered!

    1 in 5 people don't wash their hands after using the toilet and 10% of those that do only use water and 40% of those that do don't wash their hands for long enough for it to be effective!

    High odds they have poo particles on their hands too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    VicPark you would be amazed how many times ive been in the ladies washing my hands and other ppl have just walked straight out without washing their hands...YUCK. I ALWAYS open public toilet doors with a tissue.. as anal as that sounds, no way. ew.
    Yes I see this a lot of just a casual rinse and then the dirty beggars stare at the ground and practically run for the door. Yes grub I saw that you left with pee or worse on your hands!

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    Also my shoes cost a freakin fortune. No way am I taking them off at someone's house.

    Besides, they tie my outfit together 👠

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    Mmmmm, tinea and dead foot skin for bub to nom on
    I would rather that that pee and poo freckles!


 

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