Today's social dilemma happened over the weekend when a friend of mine was at my house. I was getting ready to go out for a quick bite with her. She came in to see the Jackson and Sammy and Leo so she was there as I was putting finishing touches on getting out of the house. So she was sitting on the stairs with Sammy and I have a bathroom at the bottom of the stairs. I ran in and grabbed the mouthwash and gargled and rinsed and said, Okay I'm ready to go. My friend saw it and gave me a weird look. I asked what was up and she asked if I usually use a cup to drink the mouthwash from, and I said, no, it's my mouthwash, I'm the only one using it so I drink straight from the bottle. She said it was unsanitary. I say it's the only way I've ever done it. She said you should always use a paper cup so if you're carrying germs in your mouth, they're not going back into the bottle. I said, waste of paper cups. So simple question this morning. Do you use your mouthwash straight out of the bottle or do you use a cup to put some in and then gargle. Let me know on the 98-3 TRY Facebook page.
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