by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2006/09/10 16:15 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2006/09/10/748848.aspx
Raymond, in responding to Steve Makofsky's How do you throw out a garbage can?, asks How do you wash soap?
Now I remember an old Friends episode where this came up (The One Where Joey Moves Out), right at the beginning of the episode:
CHANDLER: The spoon. You licked and-and you put. You licked and you put.
JOEY: Yeah, so?
CHANDLER: Well don't you see how gross that is? I mean that's like you using my toothbrush. You used my toothbrush?
JOEY: Well, that was only 'cause I used the red one to unclog the drain.
CHANDLER: Mine is the red one! Oh God. Can open, worms everywhere.
JOEY: Hey, why can't we use the same toothbrush, but we can use the same soap?
CHANDLER: Because soap is soap. It's self-cleaning.
JOEY: Alright, well next time you take a shower, think about the last thing I wash and the first thing you wash.
This little conversation is the explanation for my answer. I am always sure to rinse it off. Because I don't really tend to connect the last thing I washed yesterday with the first thing I wash today. Soap is self-cleaning, but you do have to actually clean it. :-)
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Richard Smith on 11 Sep 2006 5:14 PM:
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