What's on Your Shoes
Maybe you're thinking, like I was, that it's 11 year old boys who need to be concerned with what's on their shoes, because who knows what they've gotten into, but me? I stay out of the muck and mire, don't I. Or do I?
It is thought that each person can bring in germs like E. coli, klebsiella pneumonia, and serratia ficaria. This is because throughout our day we walk places that contains lots of germs.
The Park: The park has excrement from dogs, rodents and birds.
The Mall: Has the gunk from everyone else's shoes on the floor.
The Public Bathroom: Though I try to avoid public bathrooms anyway, they're a breeding ground for E. coli and bacteria. Yes you may have residue from feces on your shoes.
The Ball Park: Food is often dropped and ignored at sporting events and movies. Movies have gotten better the past few years, but if you're my age you may well remember the sticky floors of our youth. These still occur at baseball games and football games, and are a great place for icky stuff to stick to your shoes.
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