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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 20 April 2016 14:34 / United States - Baton Rouge
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  Soninuva  |  40

#4 confused his homophones. He meant flour, as in the white powder derived from grinding wheat, not flowers, the component some plants use for reproduction.

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  Nabexis  |  9

Well, considering the orientation is of "same"... They apparently do. (I know you're making a bad pun, but I know actually people who think that the prefix "homo-" always means "gay" instead of "same" and they don't know that "hetero-" means "different" instead of "straight" which annoys me to no end.)

By  c0ffeeb3an  |  15

Well, be glad you caught her. Toothbrushes are much cheaper than treating a dental infection. But hey, at least she scrubbed it! If it was already grimy, you probably haven't cared enough to.

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No matter what the fight was about, I don't think it warrants contaminating the OP'S toothbrush with toilet germs. The bacteria could lead to mouth infections, and E Coli is a bacteria that comes from fecal matter, which is present in toilets, and it can cause serious illness if ingested. Most fights, particularly between family, aren't worth potentially causing serious injury to someone.

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I wasn't saying it was a good thing to do for vengeance, but I wanted to know what the fight was about just so see how much his sister over reacted, I totally agree no one should ever do something so serious that it could potentially harm someone.

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Ok, well that's better explained then. The original comment just made it sound like you would understand and condone the sister using the OP's toothbrush on the toilet if the fight was about something really serious.

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