By :(( - 30/05/2013 21:18 - Japan - Tokyo
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There are plenty travel size solutions that can easily fit in a purse or pocket. Not washing your hands is just sort of wrong to those who touch things behind you. Not everyone has a strong immune system and we are depending upon the common sense if others to stay healthy. Of course, that is why I'm sick with a cold today, since someone insisted on coughing and sneezing on patrons at a store even after we explained the situation.
I did a research project tracing left-handedness in my family and found it to possibly be gene from my mother's side passed down to females. My Grandmother is left-handed, my aunt is left-handed, I'm left-handed, and both of my nieces are left-handed. So maybe the reason so many in Japan are left-handed is because they all share a common left-handed ancestor. My best answer to that.
Well, giving her the benefit of the doubt and assuming she has some sort of mental disorder or a nervous condition given her extreme/unusual reaction, standing up for herself probably wouldn't have been possible in her agitated state of mind. That might be too large a logical step for you to make though...
wait were going to leave without washing your hands just because you get bad rashes from soap?