Mar 24, 2008

135. Door knobs

Are you working in an IT firm?
If the answer is YES, then please heed to this message...

" Please be careful while opening pantry doors, because in most IT companies, the pantries are very near to the loo. Researches indicate that only a meagre 4% of the entire loo going population wash and dry their hands as a part of their post-loo process. So next time you touch a door knob in your pantry,do it at your own risk"

-Chronicwriter

13 comments:

  1. Eeeeeow. Dont tell me. But I thought chocolates were always wrapped..??

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  2. Oh!Had never thought about tht!

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  3. @bubbles
    came across any culprit?

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  4. @sirpy
    yes and even biscuits.. sometimes tea bags

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  5. @may
    You in IT firm? hahaha....

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  6. i know that y use my leg to puch the door open !! and wait for someone to open the doors!! :P
    But cant run from the people as they go for a bloody hand shake.

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  7. AAARRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH!!! Have any such dope on door knobs in banks???

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  8. eww!

    **only a meagre 4% of the entire loo going population wash and dry their hands as a part of their post-loo process.

    however wut makes that Researcher think that that 4% of loo-going population is only in the IT industry? LOL!



    Keshi.

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  9. @santosh
    shake hands.. so direct contact.. hehe

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  10. @sam
    banking research findings have not reached me yet.. hehe. thank you for hopping here once again

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  11. @keshi
    the researcher did the survey in IT firms... that myte be the reason

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  12. Suddenly I feel a touch of loo everywhere. About a dozen people sit on my chair, use my keyboard, mouse et al. Man! You shouldn't have blogged on this topic.
    I guess the only way to counter this malaise is to join their club. It wont seem that wrong when you do it yourself >:)

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