Would you put your hand in a toilet to pull out a hundred dollar bill even if its dirty?
Sure, it washes and I'm not easily grossed out -- just would make sure to scrub up really well before letting my hands get anywhere near my eyes or other easy entrance point for nasties. The money washes too, but I'm sure it would be easy enough to dry out and exchange for $20s if anyone didn't like where it came from .
Have gloves in the house ! If I pulled it out I wouldnt tell anyone its history ! Wash my hand very well & enjoy the money !
Yes... wash your hands, clean it up and cash it in... poor cashier!
i do a lot of plumbing and dirty toilets are part of the job, a hundred dollars would be a bonus.
We are talking about a hundred dollar I would definitely pull it out the toilet and spend it wisely LOL!! Besides I can wash my hands to take the germs off
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