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Updated on May 4, 2013

The Scariest of all Scary Videos that You Will Ever See!

Scarier than any episode of Star Trek or any science fiction movie!

In these days of Swine Flu and other medical pandemics, you will see nothing scarier than this, shown in this scary video with the facts and another that shows some solutions; something that occurs to most of us every day!

Please look at the rest of this website for solutions and more information.

Photo of Screaming Woman from Creative Commons.

Ever Wonder How Clean Public Restrooms Are?

I have thought about this for years. I am not sure how I started thinking about it, possibly a bit of OCD although I am nowhere near as compulsive as Howie Mandel.

I guess most of it was an article I read once about the percentage of people who do not wash their hands when they leave the bathroom. Because of this, I always use a paper towel to touch the bathroom door when I leave and just in case there are no towels in that particular bathroom, I take a paper towel in with me.

It never ceases to amaze me how many restaurants have no paper towels but only hand dryers. Without paper towels, you have to either open the door with your hands, wait for someone else to come in or leave, or open it with your foot (Which I've done before, it "ain't" easy!).

Toilet flushing has always been of interest to me also. This is why I've written this site. It is for those that are OCD and those that just need to be careful in this era of super germs!

The Aerosol Effect

There are 120 viruses in feces, and when a toilet is flushed, water aerosol spray with more than 25,000 virus particles and 600,000 bacteria are ejected from the toilet bowl and can travel up to 6 feet away from the toilet, too quick for you to escape!

These particles last several hours and have the potential, especially in public toilets, to cause dangerous disease. These water particles from the aerosol spray can contain bacteria like salmonella, E. coli, or streptococcus pygoenes.

The greatest aerosol dispersal occurs not during the initial moments of the flush, but when most of the water has already left the bowl." It is advised to leave the (bathroom -- restroom) immediately after flushing to not have the microscopic, airborne mist land on you. Worse still is the possibility of getting the airborne particles in the lungs by inhaling them, from which one could easily contract a cough or cold

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Scared by the Scary Video? - These items will help to prevent this from Occurring

Here are some things to help prevent and protect you from germ infestation and the scary video.

Tyra Banks' Secret Toilet Tip for Women

This is a secret toilet tip from the Tyra Banks Show. You may not know this already? It is only a mildly scary video..

What do You Think of Germ Infestation?

Your chance to chime in on germ infestation in public.

In the days of Swine Flue and other pandemics, how important do you think it is to be extra careful in a public restroom?

Please let me know what you thought!

What Do You Think of this Scary Video Website? - Was it enlightening to you?

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      bobgunn 4 years ago

      I'm a germ avoidance freak. I didn't , however, know what a simple toilet stool can do! Thanks bunches for taking the time to enlighten me.

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      miaponzo 5 years ago

      I don't know how I didn't see it coming :/ Blessed!

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      Oneshotvariety LM 5 years ago

      The eye is creepy! Cool lens!

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      queenofduvetcover 5 years ago

      That eye alone almost scared me to death!! I felt better once I saw the duck! lol As for me, I always carry extra tissues in my purse, just in case. Very creative and informative lens, thanks. =)

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      AnnaAdam LM 5 years ago

      I agreed what you said about toilets at public places. We can get loads of germs. To avoid getting ill we can use hand sanitizer also. Its easy to use.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      The eye is scary. Put it in a toilet and it would be even scarier. It is gross to think about what is in your average bathroom.

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      Ribolov LM 5 years ago

      This eye is really scary!

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      rewards4life info 5 years ago

      Very scary, the pure flush seat looks very useful. We do need some level of germs to build up a resistance to them but it's scary seeing how many there are. I don't understand how public toilets get so bad surely we all like to go in a clean environment.

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      toiletbowl3 5 years ago

      nice lens, love it. thanks.

      toilet bowl

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      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      You're right. The first video was scary. Loved Tyra's video and she brought up a good point.

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      iWriteaLot 5 years ago

      I think Tyra Banks is a hoot! Nice lens and very informative. But, yeah, now I'm scared! LOL

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Well, that is a lot of good information, well not good but the advice is good. We need to close the lid before flushing and it there is no lid just run for the hills. I'm glad I don't have to deal with public bathrooms much but when I do, I certainly shut the water off with the paper towel and open the door with another one. Public restrooms are finally having waste baskets near the door more and more for that purpose. The thought of water droplets from the toilet on my toothbrush sure isn't very appealing. Well done on a unique subject. Thanks for the lensroll, I'll reciprocate, this will be a good addition.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I learned long ago to use a paper towel for turning of the faucets, and opening the door. The thing that disturbs me most is women who pee all over the toilet seat! Disgusting! This is a unique lens on a disturbing subject. Very thought provoking!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I'm a little OCD, so reading this stuff makes me freak out. However, then I try to think about it reasonably and I just don't see how it is inescapable. If someone in my office doesn't wash his or her hands and then five minutes later opens the door to our office, six minutes later pours a cup of coffee, etc. isn't everything in the entire office contaminated with some of the bacteria found in feces? Sure, some surfaces might be colder than others or not porous enough, but many could still help bateria survive. What am I to do? I've had very few bouts with anything other than a cold, so I'm not sure that it's rational to worry about microscopic airborne particles from a toilet, when people cough and sneeze without covering their mouths and noses. That seems a much more reasonable explanation for getting sick.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I made a video about hand washing and using a paper towel to shut off the water knob and to turn the bathroom door handle, so you won't get germs other people left. On Metacafe video website, I was surprised at how many people commented: they thought I was nuts or OCD because of my video. they thought it was totally unnecessary. NOW That's SCARY!!!