By Anonymous - 22/12/2010 16:28 - United Kingdom
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Sir, that is far from gross. You find the human body disgusting do you??? Well look in the mirror my dear friend and realize that you too are a disgusting carbon lifeform called a human. I for one eat my own feces because I realize that I am not disgusting. Yeah, I have no idea where I was going with that.
Aliaskis, I'm going to assume that you were deliriously ill when you wrote that, because otherwise I'd have to assume you're a moron. The viruses in the nose are not dead, they are very much alive and communicable. And the only way Hep C could be transmitted here is if the dude had a bloody nose and sneezed blood into the chips and then the custoner injected the chips into his vein. I hope you feel better soon, Aliaskis. Very soon.
Actually, Doc, I am sick and drugged up. Thanks for your concern. My original post was more in depth and made more sense, but fml doesn't post my comments most of the time, usually causing me to retype them numerous times. Yesterday I just gave up on making sense. The nose has little hairs and mucus in it to catch the nasty stuff before you breathe it in. So I would assume that includes dust mites, skin cells, and various germs. If the germs were there long enough they would die, and hopefully be blown into a tissue and thrown away. However, as our immune system uses the conquering of dead germs to build defenses for our bodies, if we ate snot wouldn't that just be helping our immune system theoretically? The HepC comment was supposed to be precluded by a statement saying that if that man had a fissure in his nasal lining that could introduce blood into the mucus and someone with a poor immune system ate his snot inadvertently they could catch any number of blood-borne diseases. It's not uncommon to have traces of blood in mucus in the winter when cold weather can cause brittleness of the lining of the nose, and can be exacerbated by a common cold and overzealous blowing. I hope that made more sense. Now I just have to try to get this to post. Error: invalid API key? WTF?
One word. Manager.
How strange to have that from a fine dining establishment like McDonalds...