Saturday, May 17, 2008

Don't you hate it when this happens?

Experts have said that toilets are cleaner than the floors, handles, and especially sinks. What do you think...is this a rinser, a boiler, or a tosser?

8 comments:

T said...

cleaner than the sink... yeah, well that would depend on who cleaned it last. I think the classification of said item would depend on its replace-ability... usually it's just hair-dealies that fall in around here (tossers unless they're one of a kind and much loved) and toothbrushes (definite tossers).

LC said...

T is right. If, for a couple bucks you can get a new one then that would be the way to go-- if only for your and our peace of mind.

Megz said...

Do your kids suck on their hair things? If not, it's a definite keeper. Have Russell fish it out, boil it and it's better than new. Just picture it in coinage....how much money would you flush away? I think anything more than a quarter I'm fishing out.

DDRUSSEL said...

Ew gross. Consider it a total loss. You have to draw the line somewhere. Maybe it is a sign to give up binkies all together!

cold cocoa said...

D-I wouldn't go that far. Binkies are wonderful. However, I did throw it away. I had some extras. Plus, a 3 month old doesn't have an attachment to just one yet. Megan- sounds like you are feeling extra frugal this weekend. I've got my dollars worth already from that paci.

Megz said...

It's a yi-yi?? OK. So now my comment doesn't make sense since it totally looked like a little blue hair scrunchy thing to me. So the mouth thing is way different. If we all recall, this is how Travis got weaned off of his---it fell into a potty that was currently being filled with his waste matter. So gross. Nothing that goes in the mouth can be salvaged from the pot. The end.

cold cocoa said...

Wow Megan- I was worried about you for a bit there. Glad to know you care more about the toilet water grossness than the dinero.

rut said...

I would say boil and keep, but for the residual saliva I've noticed inside pacifiers after awhile... some of that nastiness (particularly poisonous given that I had just Lysoled the john) would likely remain encased forever in the nobby, only to be extracted by a beautiful wee one.

It's a tosser.

And now that this is old, nobody will ever read this. Let alone comment. Anyone? Maybe some poor sucker who does a google search on pacifier cleanliness. Welcome, stranger!