Wednesday, January 14, 2015

A Countdown To Clean At Your Scene!

So Blabber aka Jax aka crazy shampoo fetish woman wanted to do a link up type post once more. Been two years and a half or so since that was done at my shore. That's what happens when lazy err umm busy bloggers go away. Anyway, time for some germ play. I mean I have to get the long and the short of it done. She loves the short cracks a ton. Loves love too. Oh so girlie at here zoo. Hmm I may have lied, time for a germ filled ride.

1. Touch, touch, lick, lick. My, that is a neat trick.
If you expect germs to magically go away before you eat, you are dumber than your dead meat.

2. Share and care with some spittle to spare.
Sure, go share water and food with your best bud. Those germs will bring you down with a thud.

3. The public loo calls to you.
Pee on the seat, non hand washers and germs galore. Need I say more?

4. Get the shot to avoid feeling hot.
Pffft if you think a shot is going to keep you from getting sick, here buy my magic spelling stick.

5. At the tone, yap on the phone.
The average cell phone has 3 times more germs than a public toilet seat. Isn't that neat?

6. A public swimming pool is oh so cool.
Did you know you can catch parasites in there and that they really aren't that rare?
 
7. Shake a hand, isn't it grand?
Screw being polite when a cold they are obviously trying to fight. Hands spread more germs than any other thing even kisses from a fling.

8. Learn to walk and not just gawk.
Elevators buttons are loaded to the brim. Suddenly the stairs aren't so grim.

9. Come and shop until you drop.
Shopping cart handles can give you germs and parasites too. Many people do not have a clue.

10. Eat everything in sight, day or night.
Believe it or not, what you eat affects whether you get sick a little or a lot.

Now you know how to stay germ free. It's not hard at ones sea. People are just lazy and expect them to stay away. Then when they get sick they boo hoo all day. Yeah, you can't avoid them all, impossible unless you live in a bubble ball. But you can avoid a lot and the rest with a good lifestyle you can easily rot. Now the cat is done with his germ pass that was spurred on by that short, girlie lass. Oh that may get sass, which is fine by my germ free little rhyming ass.

Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.

80 comments:

  1. "Share and care with some spittle to spare"
    Your buddy is around and wanting to share
    Had slurps on the soda
    Came running from afar
    Running nose,sneezing to follow is a dare

    Hank

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    1. I'd go the other way
      If I ever saw such a display

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  2. Oh, I have heard that about shopping carts
    better to wear gloves in those marts.
    And as for cell phone germs
    Scary-I've got a lot to learn
    and as for the public loo
    such a disease factory, how true!
    Yikes, germs are everywhere
    so easy a disease to snare!

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    1. Nasty as can be
      Germs on a spree
      Buttons and carts
      Are nastier than farts

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  3. Good thing I always take the stairs. And I never get a flu shot - and almost never get the flu.
    Germs? Don't get me started on salad bars...

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    1. Yeah that flu shot is a big crock
      Ugg salad bars sure don't rock

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    2. I didn't get the flu shot 2 years ago but still got the flu

      but I never get shots when they are due

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    3. Screw the shots I say
      Stick them in the bay

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  4. Haha germs germs everywhere
    handle everything with care
    if you're a lazy, err busy blogger :)

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    1. Wash hands with ease
      As being lazy err umm bust makes that a breeze

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    2. Or wear gloves in winter anyway
      keeps you germ free at your bay
      or a full body plastic bubble
      to stay out of germ trouble :)

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    3. A bubble cat
      Could patent that

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  5. I recently heard that the germiest thing in the work place was the break room microwave buttons...next was a computer keyboard available for common use.

    At an auction recently one of our regulars...nice lady...was talking in the phone while sitting on the toilet. That was bad enough but then she left without washing her hands. Bleh!

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    1. Yeah, i can believe that.
      Doorknobs also have a lot of germy scat
      Ewww to that woman indeed
      Never touch a phone at her feed

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  6. Here for shopping carts they have wipes
    to clean all those germs away
    Anything to keep from getting sick
    is fair game at my bay.

    betty

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  7. Oh my goodness, my OCD is now out in full force, thanks to your source. Working in a school makes me a fool, forget the drool.

    Excuse me please, as I sneeze in the air, without a care and sit back in my chair.

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    1. haha a sneeze can fly
      Germs pile high
      A school is as germy as can be
      Behind airports, hospitals to be three
      So ocd should fly there
      And always beware

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  8. I know you are crazy by germs and I dont likd germs too!
    About pool Im happy to have my own pool.with tons of disifectat!

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    1. Your own pool must be grand
      No germs other than yours in your land

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    2. Yes is a big one:)
      Years ago I swimming in public pool, not like so much!

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    3. Yeah public pools are nasty as can be
      As in them people pee

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  9. Every once in awhile something will get to me. If I see someone picking their nose it freaks me out. And hotel rooms... I have to just ignore the obvious and pretend everything's been thoroughly disinfected and cleaned (otherwise I'd lose the joy of travel, and I don't wanna!). :)

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    1. lol yeah with their finger right up there
      Nasty as can be as you give them a glare
      Hotel rooms creep me out
      Knowing what is all about

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    2. Kids stick it up and in
      Thinking it isn't a sin

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  10. Great idea to spread the word
    To all those busy being a nerd
    They use the pens at the store
    And gather germs by the score

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    1. Yep, pens and the card reader
      Are sure a germ feeder

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  11. It feels so good link up again, Cat!! You’re always fun to rhyme with. Haha

    The short jokes aside, I felt like I was at R&W with such a neatly organized list. I love it!! I think you should “list up” every week. 

    Bleh gag barf to the germs!! These are great tips to stay germ free. Now I just have to teach them to Mushy before I owe her doctor my whole salary trying to fight colds!

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    1. haha a short joke was due
      And a list is fun at my zoo
      Maybe I'll do more one day
      When I need new posts to display
      Germ free is the way to be
      But hard when one has a kiddie

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  12. You made a good case for the bubble. I always told me kids not to run their hand along the handrail in public building steps.

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    1. Yeah that is a nasty spot too
      Those handrails can get you

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  13. What really fries my arse is when I go to the grocery store and the clerk or one of the people stocking the shelves is sick. At that moment I know if I stay there, in three days I'll be down with it.

    I had a policy in my lab that required people to stay home when they were contagious. One person coming in and making five people sick cost me more money and time than if that person called off. And none of my people took advantage of the policy.

    Restaurants are germ factories as well. I like to eat out, but I never go during flu season.

    You're right about that damn flu shot. Biggest scam in medicine and dangerous to boot.

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    1. Yep, those grocery store clerks are as germy as can be
      And that is the way at most any work sea
      I don't know why the feck they come in
      When they have sick days at my work bin
      But oooooh no
      Have to come and spread germs high and low
      Rather have it your way
      Best way to be I say
      I don't eat out at all
      Germ factory indeed at ones hall
      Yep, flu shot is the medical industry's snake oil
      You'd get just as much protection from the flu eating soil

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    2. Really the best way to fight this shite is to eat in such a way as to strengthen your immune system. That way if you do catch something you can fight it off quickly and without having to pay some idiot doctor to give you pills. But people won't do that because they're too stupid.

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    3. Yep, that is the exact way
      But people would rather be lazy feckers and eat McDonalds all day

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  14. Great post and fun too. I fist bump rather than shake hands during flu season. Its more of an excuse not to share whatever is on the other person's hand. People sneeze and cough into them, run hands through their hair. Touch money. Scratch themselves. Most people do not properly wash after using bathroom if at all. So yeah, I hate shaking hands so I fist bump.

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    1. haha a fist bump is the best way
      I do it when i can at my bay
      But if at work and I really have to
      I stick my hand aside, touch nothing, wait until their gone and dash to the loo

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  15. Not many things in life are actually free, but germs sure are!!!

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    1. Yep, germs are entirely free
      Can even be caught by a kitty

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  16. I never shake a hand unless I absolutely have to.

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  17. Never touch the buttons on elevators or public places in general

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  18. Everything is nasty. May as well just stay home.

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    1. Safer place to be
      Unless one's place is nasty

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  19. This is ironic. I have a bad cold, think I caught it at the supermarket. So I've been on the Internet reading about how germs spread. Wash hands, wash hands. I have the cleanest hands in the world. But I don't want my cats to catch my cold. And they can.

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    1. Yeah cats can catch some germs from us too
      As well as give us a few
      Damn supermarket will do it every time
      With their nasty grime

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  20. You would be surprised at the women who go in a restroom (public) take a dump or a pee and leave... No Washing Their Hands. No wonder the rest of us get worms.

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    1. Yep, nasty as can be
      The worm ridden women/men who don't wash after they pee

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  21. Great, thanks a lot. Now I'm going to shut myself in my room and wear disposable tissue-paper clothing for the rest of my life.

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    1. lmao well won't have to wash anything
      Save on that anyway at your wing

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  22. Stairs over elevators every chance I get
    And hands, oh, my, more germs, I'll bet
    But worse is people who hack away on the train
    Never covering their mouth as they cough out their brain

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    1. Yep, they hack and hack
      Like having a heart attack
      Spreading the germs
      And maybe their worms

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  23. But all those germs on my cell are germs that I claim.
    That's safer than a toilet seat drenched by someone with poor aim.

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    1. Yeah that is a better thought
      As a drenched seat sure can cause eye rot

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  24. The one I always think about being loaded with germs is a hand rail.

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    1. Tons on there
      As all touch it with flair

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  25. Kepping your health requires constant attention
    While you point to many simple means of good health retention
    Best to stay out of crowds and their germ spewing noses
    Better than the other which might mean pushing up roses

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    1. Yep, better than in the dirt
      There one can't flirt
      So stay in and avoid
      Helps to be a little paranoid

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  26. I try not to think about it. I just get to ickified if I do! I keep hand sanitizer next to where I sit to write and when I go to restaurants, I always use hand sanitizer after I've handed the menu to the guy. Then if I need salt, I think about all the germs on that and use hand sanitizer again! It must work...although I did get sick with a sinus infection before Christmas. I think those are bacterial, not viral, though?

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    1. haha that is the way to be
      Know the germs at your sea
      And just keep on top by sanitizing away
      I think it is bacterial with sinus crap at ones bay

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  27. Disinfectant Lysol
    kills the sours of germs all!
    Use it often
    before and after
    with friends coffee.

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    1. Use over and over again
      Stay germ free at ones den

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  28. It was a happy day when the stores here started putting sanitizing wipes next to the carts. It always disgusts me thinking about how many nasty hands were pushing it before me. And I've seen dirty diapers thrown in them too. Barf!

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    1. Blah to the dirty diapers indeed
      I'd never touch that cart and run away at top speed

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  29. Well, being a home-body has its advantages. Still, gotta shop until you drop.

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  30. this is so great! I just read hers and I love reading yours right after. So clever, especially number 1 since that's really how cats do it.

    And sick people should try not to shake hands to be polite!!!

    Love it.

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    1. Yeah the sick should not shake hands
      And go far up in the nose bleed stands

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  31. Frankly I think we have become too paranoid
    Worrying about everything; Heavens to Murgatroyd
    We've over-sanitized ourselves into oblivion
    Sure not my idea of living!

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    1. There is a high paranoia indeed
      One day a super bug will come to every feed
      But I have no sympathy for those who get sick
      Because they touch things and then give their fingers a lick

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  32. forget peeing on the seat, just pee on yourself...it will make all the other germs melt...what with all the ammonia...now come on, i wanna shake hands with ya....ha

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    1. Uggg keep your hands away
      Have to go shower now at my bay

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