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The Burning Question*: Is it ever OK to use somebody else's toothbrush?

Let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)

WE KNOW HOW you feel.

It’s Monday, you have the whole week looming ahead, and you have a lot on your plate.

So do like we do here in TheJournal.ie HQ and get stuck into a serious debate on one of life’s most pressing issues.


This week: We were particularly divided on the rules of this one. Some people were fine with the thought of using their significant other’s toothbrush (“It’s like kissing.”) while others believe it’s more OK to borrow a sibling’s (“We’re, like, the same.”).

Source: BlondieDct/YouTube

What do you think? Is it ever OK to use another person’s toothbrush?

Poll Results:

No, never, ever, ever. Gross. You're all gross. (2901)
Only my loved one because I kiss him/her (2868)
I'd rather use my finger, thank you very much (1235)
 Yes, it's better than not brushing my teeth (1059)

Got a burning question that has divided your household/work colleagues/friends? Let us know in the comments section or email us at tips@thejournal.ie or sinead@thejournal.ie.

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