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    Throw it

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Just wondering if you all would wear a pair of your own undies if they fell on the floor of a public bathroom? Does your answer to this qu match up to your thoughts on the nappy???
    Has happened before- changing after swimming at a public pool. And, yes, I wore them.

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    I cant answer honestly until my bub comes in 7 weeks and i am in the sitcho...but i cant see how its any different to bub sitting on the floor in their nappy?

    My cotton knickers are a lot thinner and pee-covered floor absorbant then a plastic nappy, so no i would probably avoid wearing them. Then again i have been in plenty of dirty situations where i work with shared showers so meh. I could probably put it behind me if duty called

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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    Was it just the outside of the nappy that fell on the floor? Is not actually a part of the nappy that touches the genitals?

    I'm a germ phobe but only about actual ways you can get sick.

    Sitting your legs on a toilet seat is not going to make you sick, same as outside of a nappy touching the floor.

    You get sick from germs on your hands being passed into your body via your mouth, eyes or nose.

    So no, I wouldn't have chucked it. But if say, a piece of food, or toy got on the floor (something that was going in a mouth) I would take it away.

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    What if it was your last nappy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Just wondering if you all would wear a pair of your own undies if they fell on the floor of a public bathroom? Does your answer to this qu match up to your thoughts on the nappy???
    No way!

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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Just wondering if you all would wear a pair of your own undies if they fell on the floor of a public bathroom? Does your answer to this qu match up to your thoughts on the nappy???
    But you could also compare it to would you throw out a tampon or sanitary pad that you dropped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    What if it was your last nappy?
    I think in that instance beggars can't be choosers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    But you could also compare it to would you throw out a tampon or sanitary pad that you dropped?
    You could compare it to a sanitary pad, yes. Not a tampon, as that actually goes inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    But you could also compare it to would you throw out a tampon or sanitary pad that you dropped?
    Tampon no as it's inserted, bits are designed so stuff can't get in unless we purposely do so.


 

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