Sanitizer Where You Want It

Numerous time I have heard lamentations over the fact that bar rooms tend to be extremely gross. With immense numbers of unidentified microorganisms crawling all over every surface, it seems a wonder that such queasy people enjoy spending time bellied up to the bar at all.

One experimental bartender in Iowa is pushing for a solution to this problem, providing a bottle of hand sanitizer right on the bar top.  Whether you accidentally touched the bottom of the stool you’re sitting on or you were forced to awkwardly shake hands with an unsavory old high-school classmate, the bottle of germicide is just an arms-length  away.

The bartender has not yet discovered a way to sanitize the bar snacks, “spraying the peanuts and pretzel sticks with Purell just doesn’t seem like a good idea.”

Lefty or Righty

hands-razorHave you ever stopped to notice which tasks you do every day with which hand?  I am a lefty when it comes to writing; I bat, catch and throw righty.

Normally I shave and brush my teeth using my left hand to hold the razor and toothbrush.

This week, I decided to change it up, using my right hand for each of those tasks.  Surprisingly, it was fairly easy to shave with my right hand, but it was quite difficult to brush my teeth righty.

Give this exercise a shot.  You know you want to.  Let me know how it goes.