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Show Of Hands March 5th, 2012 12:00am

Would it bother you if your significant other used your toothbrush?

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03/19/12 6:25 pm

if my best friend used it I wouldn't care

itanimulli
03/17/12 11:14 am

Yeah if they're sticking their tongue down me I don't see the big deal.

shilove145 Maryland
03/11/12 8:17 pm

Lmao all the bodily fluids couple swap between kissing, sitting on same toilet, "sexual behavior" and you're "eww" ing over sharing a toothbrush lmao

hbmyers13
03/08/12 11:54 am

it doesnt matter kissing and sex probably swap more germs than a toothbrush

BMinus California
03/08/12 11:44 am

No wonder divorce rates are so
high... God, people are so selfish...

Perot4Prez
03/08/12 1:14 am

Reading these posts I can't help but agree with wetheslave and think the people wigged out about plaque, and other kinds of nastiness must not rinse or clean their brush after each use.

wetheslaves Live each moment fully
03/08/12 12:20 am

Fear and greed... Here we have some scared ones. You should clean brush after using it. If you don't clean nasty stuff will grow in your own juices. I like water pic before brushing.

thedani New Jersey
03/07/12 11:32 pm

I wouldn't encourage it, but I wouldn't mind it once in a while.

BlackBenz Northwest Arkansas
03/07/12 6:37 pm

Both my wife and I said we would not share a toothbrush. Regardless of the bodily fluids shared, we agree that the brushing of the plaque and tartar build up releases additional bacteria and other germs that typically were stagnant behind the buildup or between the teeth prior to brushing.

HolyBabble Mississippi
03/07/12 6:16 pm

Newt Gingrich said "Teeth brush or an invesion bi the librel eleetests, if you elekt me I will maake soor teeth brushs are banned."

He really said that, I'm not making it up.

HolyBabble Mississippi
03/07/12 6:10 pm

Toothbrush? WTF is that?

I don't think they sell those things in the South.

Itabliss Hello
03/07/12 3:53 pm

why should it bother you? you've swapped spit with them and other bodily fluids.


03/07/12 3:49 am

LOL... It depends.. if we've recently been sleeping close and been on good terms.. No. If we've recently had some kind of dispute (argument, disagreement, etc.) well, yep, it does affect our thoughts about personal hygiene. An illness is also a reason we both would say yes.

Kato Minnesota
03/07/12 2:07 am

I think it's okay If like they dropped there's in the toilet or something as long a there not sick or I'm not and it's not like a regular thing I'm fine with it kissing some one is just as bad honestly germ wise

Emma Austin.ish.
03/06/12 11:33 pm

I have a hard time with my own spit on my toothbrush, far more disgusted when it's someone else's. I keep an extra brush hidden in my bag when I travel (for that very reason)


03/06/12 9:36 pm

I agree with chikignome


03/06/12 9:06 pm

You exchange more bacteria in a handshake than in a kiss. Why is this any different?


03/06/12 9:01 pm

Spit is one thing... But plaque and old food... Nasty

wetheslaves Live each moment fully
03/06/12 8:09 pm

when you kiss, kiss like it will be your first and last. Live life while you have it. The one thing you control is how you love another person.

We may be enslaving ourselves to debt... But you definitely can love someone. A toothbrush? Eh, that's nothing.

trav Instagram, travisdover
03/06/12 4:40 pm

Is it more unsanitary than making out?

veganistic Virginia
03/06/12 12:45 pm

@wetheslave you forgot gum disease, gingivitis, etc

palindrome California
03/06/12 12:16 pm

.... Ayyy There's no need for that. I can buy her a toothbrush. They only cost about a buck :/

GunnyGunz Virginia
03/06/12 10:06 am

And to save on dental floss, mrs Gunz & I sit side by side on our couch with a 3 ft long piece of waxed floss, and....well you get the picture.

GunnyGunz Virginia
03/06/12 10:02 am

Sounds like a job for Petri Dishman!


03/06/12 9:38 am

Ew a toothbrush has the food the other person was eating

kates301
03/06/12 7:53 am

I'm kinda surprised at the results of this one....

shyshi
03/06/12 7:36 am

Depends on what he is using it for.

23 Texas
03/06/12 5:32 am

What's the big deal? You swap spit anyway.

jj1123
03/06/12 3:54 am

no, I mean, I'm with them, right? that means we kiss and kissing is much more gross than sharing a toothbrush anyhow.


03/06/12 3:26 am

Who needs a toothbrush???

nevermore Minnesota
03/06/12 3:18 am

The immense concentration of fluoride in toothpaste makes used toothbrushes more sanitary than the clean dishes you eat off of most of the time.

Chemistry ftw.

waaazzaap Arizona
03/06/12 1:52 am

Horrible never tell you dental that you do that , they might faint lol

HatHZ
03/06/12 12:44 am

lol! the guys don't mind, but women do....

canecorso Las Vegas Nv
03/05/12 11:37 pm

Married for 15 years, we have several toothbrushes in our bathroom and we each just grab one. No his or mine just a toothbrush.

musicfreak Loving Life
03/05/12 10:51 pm

no way!!! that sounds completely gross!!!

nonono
03/05/12 10:29 pm

No French kissing happening in a lot of relationships! C'mon people!

NoblEst
03/05/12 10:26 pm

Ugh no way!! Human urine is more clean than saliva. There are more germs in saliva than there are people in the world. If that doesn't change your mind, not sure what will!

Lulzy New Jersey
03/05/12 9:55 pm

No, I clean them in a hydrogen peroxide solution anyway.

tc25
03/05/12 9:47 pm

No, because at least that would mean I have a significant other :(

thinker2 nc
03/05/12 9:35 pm

Would you share used toilet paper? Same thing to me. Ewww