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It's pretty pointless to wash cups that only held water, amirite?

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If it just a measuring cup, however, that would be okay.

I thought of that a few seconds after I posted it >.> sorry

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If anyone in the household wears lipstick or lipgloss or even chapstick the rims can get disgusting pretty quickly.

"omggggg germmmsmssmsmsms :(((((("

The human immune system is so coddled nowadays. Hand sanitizer? Wtf. Being exposed to the 'smaller' germs helps protect against the big ones.

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@LinksLegionaire "omggggg germmmsmssmsmsms :((((((" The human immune system is so coddled nowadays. Hand sanitizer? Wtf. Being...

You wash cups when you're done with them. They will then be put in a cabinet for hours or days, during which bacteria multiply in the water still in the cup, then when it runs out they die, spreading all their biological waste over the cup. Other microorgansims which use water from the air can eat that and multiply in the cup, then when you're ready to drink from it again, they enter your immune system, which can be overwhelmed.

But yeah, I hate hand sanitiser unless i'm going to a highly biologically toxic or germ-sensitive place.

@LinksLegionaire "omggggg germmmsmssmsmsms :((((((" The human immune system is so coddled nowadays. Hand sanitizer? Wtf. Being...

So you're saying that we shouldn't even bother washing anything?

If your body gets overwhelmed from the bacteria in a clean cup, then you're not doing so well to begin with.

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