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By SLAB_GIRL15 / Wednesday 1 August 2012 07:59 / Australia
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I can only imagine the horror of what a brush would look like after being used for 26 years to clean a toilet. You did your family a favor.

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You never know, the brush could have been received at the same time as another event happening. As a house warming gift for example.

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Even if it was a house warming gift, toilet brushes should be replaced after a few years. They get nasty and harbor all sorts of bacteria.

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"I loved that toilet brush; It helped me through all the shitty situations, put up with my crap and never got pissy about it. You will be missed."

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#3 For some reason your picture + your comment + the FML = my day made. :P OP.... Sadly, this sounds like something my mother would do. I feel your pain!

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I wonder what that toilette brush did that was so terrible in a previous life, to deserve 20+ years of service to cleaning shit.

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107 - if you disinfect properly, the brush will have fewer bacteria on it than the ones you buy from the store. How long it's been in use has little to do with that. And thanks, I think he's cute too!

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Yup, because everybody insures their toilet brush to make sure it doesn't break. Btw: are you blonde by any chance?

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