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Do people wash their babies in the kitchen sink or is this a white thing?
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i think there was a thread on that ages ago^... all races do it, babies are generally not* associated with being dirty

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what about their poopy butts
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Originally posted by JamCaygirl JamCaygirl wrote:

what about their poopy butts
LOLgood point. but this one aint a race thing. LOL
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

The issue isn't washing your hands in the kitchen at all

Its coming into the kitchen to wash your hands instead of the bathroom or the laundry room

Like the blowing nose thing, that should be done in the bathroom not the kitchen

Y'all stressing the bleach out, making it work harder than it has to LOL

But seriously did he bleach the sink after blowing his nose, does everyone else bleach the handles and faucet much less the sink before they use it?  It's just better to leave bathroom germs to the bathroom and come into the kitchen with clean hands even if you rewash them

I use papertowel on public faucet handles, doors etc and never rest anything in the sink to cut down mingling with people's germs



No ricky, this is too difficult for them to grasp
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threads like this come up a lot and i always get the feeling something else is really being said just beneath the current.
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He blew his nose in the sink...not just blowing his nose into a tissue in the break room. I wouldn't care if he did that. I mean snot in the sink. 
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Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

He blew his nose in the sink...not just blowing his nose into a tissue in the break room. I wouldn't care if he did that. I mean snot in the sink. 

but yall disinfect so what the prollem is? Sleepy
Im pretty sure these ladies do that in their kitchen sinks too...
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Blowing your snot into a sink is trife. I dont care if its the laundry room sink, thats just a nasty thing to do period.

As for the sink thing, I keep a bottle of anti bacterial handsoap by my kitchen sink to wash my hands when cooking. I dont think its nasty at all.
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To answer the OP, if the kitchen is near me when I have to wash my hands then yes, I will use the kitchen.
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