The place we went for lunch had bottles of sauce which looked like the type that they fill up when they get empty. My stomach’s a bit dodge, and I’m starting to wonder if it’s because they don’t get stored / cleaned properly / bacteria farm.
Toilet doors need foot handles so you don’t have to touch anything after washing your hands.
How often should I wash my jumpers? Stuff in direct contact with the skin gets one or two wears, that’s fine, but that seems excessive for a jumper. What about a coat?
How can i remember the last time I got my suit dry cleaned considering how infrequently I wear it?
Your nose is insensitive to your own flavour though. I mean sure, if it’s honking you’ll know, but if it’s musty then everyone else will know but you will only be able to tell from their faces and the pointing.
Since I got wisdom teeth that don’t need to be wrenched out, I’ve had to start flossing, otherwise I get bad breath and that’s the worst thing ever. Do it every other day though because there are only so many hours.
“It’s a myth that a little bit of dirt doesn’t do you any harm,” says Dr Andrew Wadge, chief scientist of the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
“Soil can sometimes carry harmful bacteria and, although food producers have good systems in place to clean vegetables, the risk can never be entirely eliminated.”
Those risks were highlighted in the 2011 Escherichia coli (E. coli) outbreak in the UK. Soil stuck on leeks and potatoes is thought to have been the source of the outbreak, which involved 250 cases of E. coli infection.