Jewish Mother-in-Training: Tip – HAND SANITIZER

August 26, 2008

One of my personal favorite JMIT tips is probably the most obvious.

Tip # 3: Always carry hand sanitizer with you.

I mean, duh? Public rest rooms and door knobs pose serious threats to a JM’s (no longer IT) precious child.

On the other hand, hand sanitizer just makes hygiene that much easier.

Picture this: You walk into a public restroom in a train station. You could either try to perfect the wash-hands-grab-paper towel-turn off faucet-open door with paper towel still in hand-move OR you could just use some handy-dandy hand sanitizer. Take your pick. I would go with the latter – convenience is key when you’re a JMIT.

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2 Responses to “ Jewish Mother-in-Training: Tip – HAND SANITIZER ”

  1. MrOink on August 26, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    Hmm. Perhaps carrying hand sanitizer started with JMITs, moved on to gay men, and then spread like wildfire across the east coast. It seems like every New England-liberal elitist is carrying hand sanitizer these days. Everybody in the northeast but straight men and tourists, perhaps. Gross people, straight men and tourists are.

  2. RustedJesus on August 26, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    I protest hand sanitizer. Anything anti-bacterial really. Outside of sex and blood transfusions, using anti-bacterial products is the biggest contributor to the onset of HIV/AIDS. We need germs, we need bacteria. Haven’t any of you taken a science class? Our immune system builds immunities by being exposed to dangers. It’s much stronger than you think. If you eliminate all bacteria for it to be exposed to, you will be fucked when the terrorists release a biochemical agent in your neighborhood convenience store. Fucked! I make it a habit to bolster my immune system every so often by rubbing my cuts in dirt and refusing to wash them. Sure, I get a little redness, some swelling, occasionally a fever or an amputation, but I never get a cold. Never, EVER.

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