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thanks
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Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
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13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO

I watched a TV programme with Richard Hammond a few years ago (it may have been "Brainiac: Science Abuse") where he took samples of germs from toilet seats at the Glastonbury festival, & also from his desk (at the BBC, so, I guess it may not have been the Sky One programme... anyway...); both were tested in a laboratory.

His desk contained more samples of harmful bacteria than the toilet seat.

Think about that the next time you eat your lunch at your office desk!

Edited By: fanpages on Jan 02, 2017 12:32: Not found the video footage... yet.
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fanpages
13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
I watched a TV programme with Richard Hammond a few years ago (it may have been "Brainiac: Science Abuse") where he took samples of germs from toilet seats at the Glastonbury festival, & also from his desk [at the BBC, so, I guess it may not have been the Sky One programme... anyway...]); both were tested in a laboratory.
His desk contained more samples of harmful bacteria than the toilet seat.
Think about that the next time you eat your lunch at your office desk!

Yeah, just take it into the toilet and eat it off the seat, you can't be too careful :|
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deeky
Yeah, just take it into the toilet and eat it off the seat, you can't be too careful :|

That sounds a better idea than the converse approach.
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fanpages
13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
I watched a TV programme with Richard Hammond a few years ago (it may have been "Brainiac: Science Abuse") where he took samples of germs from toilet seats at the Glastonbury festival, & also from his desk (at the BBC, so, I guess it may not have been the Sky One programme... anyway...); both were tested in a laboratory.
His desk contained more samples of harmful bacteria than the toilet seat.
Think about that the next time you eat your lunch at your office desk!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzqWM04n16Q
Could have sworn it was that series anyway
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13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO

What sort of school did you go to? X)
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mutley1
13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
What sort of school did you go to? X)
Church of England primary in a village near Cambridge X)
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13norfolk
mutley1
13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
What sort of school did you go to? X)
Church of England primary in a village near Cambridge X)

You didnt need to be that specific with regard to its geographical location X)

The only dare we ever did at school was not to turn up in class, which i often did and got into so much trouble as i did it even when the dare finished. X)
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13norfolk
Your user name reminds me of dares from junior school. I never did it but one girl did oO
fanpages
I watched a TV programme with Richard Hammond a few years ago (it may have been "Brainiac: Science Abuse") where he took samples of germs from toilet seats at the Glastonbury festival, & also from his desk (at the BBC, so, I guess it may not have been the Sky One programme... anyway...); both were tested in a laboratory.
His desk contained more samples of harmful bacteria than the toilet seat.

Think about that the next time you eat your lunch at your office desk!
thewongwing101
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzqWM04n16Q
Could have sworn it was that series anyway

I don't believe I've seen that particular programme/episode before.

I'm almost certain that among the findings were one, possibly two, strain(s) of Hepatitis, not MRSA.

You may be right though; it may have been another episode of the same series.

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