We all spend a fair share of time visiting bathroom stalls in our lifetimes. And while the goal is generally to get in and out without much fuss, if there ever was the right context for a little toilet humour, this is it.
When it comes to hygiene matters and the spread of germs of bacteria, hands are the number one culprits. Which makes it all the more alarming that an estimated 60% of South Africans don’t wash their hands properly after using the toilet (germophobes, continue reading with caution). It’s further estimated that 66% of South Africans don’t wash their hands with soap at all.