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By Anonymous - / Saturday 1 November 2014 15:28 / Canada - Sooke
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By  devildog562  |  33

I think I'd rather you be high then have pink eye around me. Really sucks though, you should have taken the opportunity to rub the bacterium on him . My thing though is why did you show up with a contagious infection?

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By  devildog562  |  33

I think I'd rather you be high then have pink eye around me. Really sucks though, you should have taken the opportunity to rub the bacterium on him . My thing though is why did you show up with a contagious infection?

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  Rababco  |  29

#52 To be fair, I think the only way it can spread is if she rubs her eyes and doesn't wash her hands afterwards. I could be wrong though. Also, if only has it in one eye then she shouldn't rub the other eye without washing her hands afterwards because it will spread to the other eye. I had Pink eye a couple times when I was younger and that's what my parents told me. I think she's also supposed to be taking an antibiotic or eye drops.

By  Gaernem  |  17

Whip it out and take your drug test right then and there. Nothing wrong with a little nudity.

By  turdoblast  |  21

is pink eye not normally accompanied by a stickiness or is that not in all cases? whenever I have eye infections, they are crusty and sticky and awful. hope your eye clears up soon and that person had no right to make such a strong assumption, just because it's an overused excuse doesn't mean it's not true in some cases.

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  devildog562  |  33

Bacterial and viral pink eye (conjunctivitis) are different. Greenish mucous ooze is a sign of bacterial. They both accompany a pinkish hue. Either way it's no fun for anyone involved. Certain STIs can cause this or fecal matter and allergens , chlorine,dirt , etc

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