Who doesn't enjoy a cloudy day when it's a rarity?
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?
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).
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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