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Hand washing at public toilets in the UK


Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
27 Oct 2008 #31
Magdalena, I observed something similar among British construction workers, with an exception that they didn't even bother to wet their fingertips under the water! A sink in a man's toilet on a construction site in Britain serves only as a decoration. The shocking thing for me is that it wasn't only the physical workers but the supervisors as well! And then you see them in the canteen putting bacon from their full English breakfast on their toasts with those dirty hands! Yummy! :)

People who wash there hands after taking a p1ss must have dirty genitals.

I don't wanna wash me hands mum, I barely touch me anus! ;)
polishgirltx
27 Oct 2008 #32
they didn't even bother to wet their fingertips under the water

maybe they like to lick they fingers and not wash them...
;) yuck...
ukpolska
27 Oct 2008 #33
I observed something similar among British construction workers

How did you know they were British construction workers, which are a rare breed today and were more likely Polish hehe

And you can see many of these examples in Poland as well e.g. at the weekend a guy came to do the artificial insemination for the dairy cows on my father-in-laws farm, and was doing the deeds with a sandwich in his mouth, taking a munch from time to time. eekkk
theblueenigma 3 | 188
27 Oct 2008 #34
A sink in a man's toilet on a construction site in Britain serves only as a decoration.

Ive seen the same with Polish construction workers on sites working in Ireland, on many occassions. Ive also observed the same on numerous occassions in Poland, did'nt shock me. I dont wash my hands or dry them in public loos because its probably the worst thing you can do. Not only are the taps full of all sorts of germs, but the dryer blows out unflltered air full of pis* and shi* bacteria lol
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
27 Oct 2008 #35
And you can see many of these examples in Poland as well e.g. at the weekend a guy came to do the artificial insemination for the dairy cows on my father-in-laws farm, and was doing the deeds with a sandwich in his mouth, taking a munch from time to time. eekkk

I dont believe it for one moment - a man that can multi-task?
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
27 Oct 2008 #36
How did you know they were British construction workers, which are a rare breed today and were more likely Polish hehe

Because there were my work colleagues? To make it even worse, they were from the southern part of the island. :)

And you can see many of these examples in Poland as well e.g. at the weekend a guy came to do the artificial insemination for the dairy cows on my father-in-laws farm, and was doing the deeds with a sandwich in his mouth, taking a munch from time to time. eekkk

Ahh haaah! You see, that happened at the weekend while those workers were doing it all the time! ;)
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
27 Oct 2008 #37
they were from the southern part of the island. :)

Sad but true the further south you go the dirtier it gets - you just wouldn't get that kind of thing in Manchester ;-)
ukpolska
27 Oct 2008 #38
Ahh haaah! You see, that happened at the weekend while those workers were doing it all the time! ;)

Ah ya bustards you are ganging up on me now lol
We are clean down south, we had a bath at least twice a week and even used soap sometimes !!!
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
27 Oct 2008 #39
Sad but true the further south you go the dirtier it gets - you just wouldn't get that kind of thing in Manchester ;-)

I believe you Shelley. The shocking thing for me was that the supervisors were the same! I can understand the laborers not minding personal hygiene, but people of higher education and status? It made me wonder about the ol Queen you know. :)
ukpolska
27 Oct 2008 #40
It made me wonder about the ol Queen you know. :)

I wonder if there is such a thing as defecating the Queens good name ????
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
27 Oct 2008 #41
Queen you know. :)

Dirty old scank prob only washes a few times a month and smells of corgies :(
(I may add - I am English and I am allowed to spit on the queen)[b][/b]
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
27 Oct 2008 #42
I wonder if there is such a thing as defecating the Queens good name ????

I only wondered if she washes her hands! I wasn't thinking about defecation, I swear!
scotjock 1 | 40
27 Oct 2008 #43
Well, from a guys perspective I find that the majority of people in the gents don't wash their hands with soap and water. Others will run their hands under some water and then wipe their hands on their trousers, or their hair. It's even worse when they don't wash their hands after a number two. AAAAAAAARGH.

I find it absolutely disgusting and the simplest method of spreading germs. You see these guys leave the loo, and that's the first point of contact to avoid. The door handle. Then they go to the bar and order a drink, the bar surface is covered in their germs from wiping their arse and not washing afterwards. It's on their money. They stroke their woman's hair ........... I could go on but you get the picture.

I'm a Brit, but I find the hygiene habits of a lot of my countrymen in pubs is absolutely filthy and disgusting.

And then it gets worse. The guys who do not wash after being in the supermarket loo. Then they visit the fruit area, vegetable area, fresh bread area, need I go on.

They are feckin disgusting filthy people. Rant over!
Daisy 3 | 1,227
27 Oct 2008 #44
I only wondered if she washes her hands! I wasn't thinking about defecation, I swear!

Don't be silly! The Queen doesn't wipe her own arse, she's got servants to do that for her, then they butter her scones for afternoon tea
osiol 55 | 3,922
27 Oct 2008 #45
People who wash there hands after taking a p1ss must have dirty genitals

That dirt comes from those grubby unwashed hands. You would probably get funny looks and maybe even taken away by the men in white coats if every time you went to the toilet, you then went to the sink and gave your tackle a good scrub clean. Especially if you didn't wash your hands at the same time.

I have a habit of opening toilet doors with the little finger. I just don't trust people smearing their filth everywhere. Speaking of filth, sometimes I even wash after reading the filth some people post on PF.

The Queen doesn't wipe her own arse, she's got servants to do that for her, then they butter her scones for afternoon tea

She lives like a true southerner.
ukpolska
27 Oct 2008 #46
She lives like a true southerner.

Yeah we provide employment for our less unfortunate Northern cousins ;0)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
27 Oct 2008 #47
You would probably get funny looks and maybe even taken away by the men in white coats if every time you went to the toilet, you then went to the sink and gave your tackle a good scrub

Our muslim friends do this apparently
sledz 23 | 2,250
27 Oct 2008 #48
The Queen doesn't wipe her own arse, she's got servants to do that for her

she would have to pay alot of money...

I'm a Brit, but I find the hygiene habits of a lot of my countrymen in pubs is absolutely filthy and disgusting.

I just don't trust people smearing their filth everywhere

I think public toilets in the UK must be worse, theres usually a guy that cleans up every few hours over here.
gtd 3 | 639
27 Oct 2008 #49
I just passed one in the Warsaw Central Station underground and looked in past the two old women attendants talking...the floor had several used paper towels strewn about. You could smell the urine. It did not look at all worth paying for. There are plenty of options near by.
noimmigration
27 Oct 2008 #50
Magdalena, I observed something similar among British construction workers, with an exception that they didn't even bother to wet their fingertips under the water! A sink in a man's toilet on a construction site in Britain serves only as a decoration.

What else do you expect of the working class. ?

and anyway poles are the ones that sleep and live in uk public toilets.
time means 5 | 1,310
28 Oct 2008 #51
What else do you expect of the working class. ?

ah the educated class. very poor punctuation.
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
28 Oct 2008 #52
LOL - A good spot. Perhaps he thinks punctuation is beneath him?
nader85 - | 2
31 Oct 2008 #53
in my way always when u finish in toliat u have to wash ur hands! Sweety :)
wiesiek 1 | 36
2 Nov 2008 #54
What else do you expect of the working class. ?

and anyway poles are the ones that sleep and live in uk public toilets.

Noimmigration, dont forget the Brits who are always having sex in Public toilets or even aircraft toilets, must be some kind of fetish you Brits have, it even does not matter what the sex is or it if is with the opposite sex.

Must be some kind of WESTERN european thing.
Daisy 3 | 1,227
2 Nov 2008 #55
here's one good reason for never sitting on a public toilet seat

Man is found glued to toilet seat
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_midlands/black_country/7704603.stm
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
2 Nov 2008 #56
Do British people not wash their hands?

Don't worry. They will be catching up...
Switezianka - | 463
2 Nov 2008 #57
Gosh I wouldnt wash my hands in a public toilet anywhere if you paid me to, its very dangerous,

Yeah, it can kill you. Ever heard about this?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immune_system
theblueenigma 3 | 188
9 Nov 2008 #58
No, an immune system ? . . . whats that :) .....Ill take my chances and allow my immune system to strengthen and defend itself naturally against everyday bacteria etc . . . Only in toilets will I continue to refrain from using the hand dryer to blow other peoples sh*t over my hands, or rub it from the taps all over my hands which defeats the purpose of washing my hands in the first place ;)
osiol 55 | 3,922
9 Nov 2008 #59
If I see anyone I work with not washing their hands, I make a point of putting my gloves on before touching anything that they've touched. That includes any occasion they may wish to shake hands!
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
9 Nov 2008 #60
yeah Osiol, beware of the door handles


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