Post # 46
the version of this from my childhood was called “kiss it up to God.” You pick it up off the ground, kiss it quickly, raise it in the air (like you’re toasting with it) and then you’re free to munch it as normal. I hadn’t thought about that in years. And then recently, I ate a grape off my kitchen floor and caught myself right after I kissed it and just before I was about to raise it. I was so glad no one else saw me, lol.
Post # 47
rez123 : Exactly!!! 😂😂😂. Your comment made my day & I thank you.
Post # 48
The whole ‘make your immune system healthy’ thing. No, it’s not going to fix my immunodeficiency and I need to be more careful than those who are healthy because of it.
If I’m at home or a dog free home that’s reasonably clean I will. In my backyard, probably, depending on what it is. I remember someone doing it at school one time – that’s just no. With the types of chemicals we worked with eating something off the floor was really risky, most people thought so.
Post # 49
I used to believe in the 10 second rule until we got cats. Now, no matter how often I vacuum, if I drop ANYTHING on the floor it somehow gets cat hair on it. No more floor munchies for me ☹️ haha
Post # 50
hahaha! It depends on the floor. currently dropping on the floor means throwing it straight away!
Post # 51
Yeah me too. I’d figure as quite gross according to many of these posters lol . I also eat street food in any country I’m in. Been pretty healthy all my life .
Post # 52
rez123 : bahaha…gold!
My hubby knew a mate of a mate who had a foot fetish and used to like sucking the unwashed toes of his then girlfriend after she’d spent a whole day at work. They went to a pub and this guy got a pint and found a lipstick ring on the glass. He totally freaked and went ape at the barman. His mates were like dude you suck toes… Horses for courses I guess! 😄
Post # 53
cmsgirl : I just threw up in my mouth a little.
Post # 54
Aussie here too and I always thought it was the ten second rule! Anyway forget about the ten seconds, I’ve eaten some twisties which fell in front of the couch after 24 hours. That was breakfast.
Post # 55
MsPlucky : hmm…me too when I heard that story.
My hubby told it to me after a night out with this group of friends. They are all Greek and Italian so everyone does the double kiss on the cheeks as a form of greeting. My husband was giggling for about 20 minutes after the kissing hello rounds. He finally told me that I probably had stale toe jam on my cheek. 😱😱😱 Hubby ran with it as a joke for about a week until I came back from work rubbed my hands on his face and told him I’d inserted a suppository in a patient that day.(I hadn’t but I made my point) The toe jam joke on my face didn’t seem so funny after that…. 😂
Post # 56
dodobee : glad that a fellow Aussie confirmed it as a ten second rule!!
I love twistes…I so would have eaten them off the floor too! I’m so now craving chicken twisties!!!