Are we taking hygiene too seriously?
Is it just me?
I went in our local cake shop and ordered two cakes.
The girl picked then up with her bare hands, blew to open a bag and sent a blast of hot breath to inflate it before butting the cakes in.
I refused the cakes and left.
Am I being over reactive?
I think you might be, just a little. I understand not wanting other people's germs on your food or anything. But most likely she is required to wash her hands at the workplace before handling any food. As far as blowing the bag open...If she had some kind of contagious disease or something, she would have used common sense and not done it. Maybe I trust people a little too much, but that's just me.
The problem is she had just handled money from another customer prior to handling my food and nobody knows the history of the money, nor the previous owner.
by jerami 7 years ago
I think that we all take ourselves too seriously! .................... Cause ......... everybody says every body else is wrong .... when everybody finally agrees ..... we must be.Makes sense to me.
by nightwork4 7 years ago
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