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By deadman - / Monday 9 July 2012 18:25 / United Kingdom - Market Harborough
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  greenmen  |  12

Don't worry you probably already have a donut in your heart by the time you read this

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Am I the only one wondering what heart sugery is?

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70- Don't be such a grammar nazi... You know what it was meant to say.

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  kay71095  |  9

Umm.. Why are you on FML when you're getting heart surgery? Just wondering

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  eXangelice  |  15

In my experience, many older cardiac surgeons have a familial tremor... The heart really isn't as delicate as many people think. I have seen some impressive tremors, but have yet to see an operation turn out badly because of them.

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  LN666  |  2

dont be too stressed about the tremour. I work with doctors & they are some of THE best surgeons. Im sorry to hear you are having/had heart surgery. best of luck!

By  ticklmypickl  |  0

It takes around thirty seconds for any bacteria to transfer. Chill.

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  boycrazy30007  |  12

Totally agree. Bacteria transfers instantaneously. In thirty seconds it would have spread over the entire donut and more

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You realize that any bacteria that would "transfer" to the doughnut would already be on you anyway because you touch the floor every second? So, isn't this debate quite pointless?

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  hotforkegger  |  4

You're an idiot

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  TheBean27  |  3

You have to be incredibly stupid to believe that, bacteria is transferred the second it touvhes the ground.

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But we breath bacteria and germs in the air so our immune system should protect us.

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  ladyLALAA  |  28

I saw a show that said dropping moist ingredients bacteria transfers in under 1 second, dry ingredients three and under. Not sure how correct but what if it was a tim tam!

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  DocBastard  |  38

The 5-second rule is a myth and nothing more. Bacteria transfer on contact. Full stop. johngaltmovement - The bacteria in your mouth are different than the ones on the floor that can make you sick. You do have gut immunity (google "secretory IgA") which protects you somewhat, but not against everything.

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  22cute  |  17

True transfer is instantaneous and true bacteria is everywhere. But a hearty immune system is improved by the occasional bacteria challenge. :) Eat it anyway!

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  comment11111  |  37

Yeah, imagine this: Bacteria 1: "Don´t hop on that bagel, it has not been on the ground for 5 seconds, yet!" Bacteria 2: "Yeah, sure. I´ll wait 2 seconds..."

By  stormchaser24  |  24

I doubt it is the same doctor. The hands would worry me more. Floors at docs office are clean. Lol

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  aleeshttylXD  |  9

what did floors being clean have to do with anything?

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  jessica051085  |  5

medical facility floors are likely more dangerously dirty due to the disproportionate number of seriously ill people that are on them... Bacteria and viruses don't crawl onto dropped food, they are transferred immediately upon contact... , not 30 seconds or even 5 seconds, instantly

By  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

Maybe he's doing it on purpose because he finds enjoyment in other peoples fears?

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  2oc  |  5

It was a : face but yeah, the 20% warning popped up as i went to hit send. Im surprizsed i did that well trying to type on an ipod

By  perdix  |  29

A heart surgeon that eats donuts at work, has trembling hands and eats shit off the floor? You'd be better off using happy thoughts or acupuncture to fix your bad ticker than having this clown crack you open.

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  perdix  |  29

It's not just that the doctor likes donuts -- it's just the sheer bad taste of eating them in front of a patient who likely is there because of eating too many donuts.

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