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Going #1 is a fact of life. We all do it regularly, on a daily basis... well we should be... if you're not, please call a urologist. When going #1 we can find ourselves in more "free" situations. Yes, it would be ideal to pee only and always in a toilet but, there are other non-harmless places. It's all a matter of perspective.

Redditor u/gracegilligan wanted to know who is willing to admit their shower activities by asking.... What's your stance on peeing in the shower?

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When one is soiled, one is soiled and when you're soiled you gotta get that butt clean. Whether you have a sink nearby or a toilet at Port Authority (pray it's never the latter) wash up whenever you can. The air we breathe is warped with soot and filth so if any other bacteria attaches to you, wash it away. Now the process in which you choose to do this may not be the most, by definition, "hygienic" choice... do what you gotta do.

Redditor u/achrist2914 wanted some people to admit what they had to when they were desperate to be clean by asking.... What is the most unhygienic thing you have done?

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Filth is everywhere. It's inescapable, even on things we'd assume are clean and healthy to use - like weights at the gym, or soda fountain spigots, or even your own belt. Maybe carrying around some Purell isn't such a bad idea after all...

CSMaNa asked: What is dirtier than people realize?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.

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Cleanliness is next to Godliness. That is what every good grandma will tell you and Joan Crawford! Having to clean is a constant, annoying chore and for some..."It's a Living." Sometimes life is cruel and we come across forms of filth that must be eradicated; they leave an emotional scar. These things that are too grotesque to words. The times we come across those findings the only answers are... "There isn't enough money in the world and just sell the house, no burn it down! "

Redditor u/stickbugbitch wanted to hear some horror stories about actual filth by asking.... What's the worst thing you've ever had to clean up?

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One of the things I honestly miss the most about being a child is how blissfully unaware I was of just how filthy some places are. As a child I never got onto an airplane and wondered what that smell was. I don't recall a single time I walked into a hotel room, a friend's house, a restaurant, etc and ever contemplated how sanitary it was - or wasn't.

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