Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Someone, somewhere higher up the food chain, made a bold move to help employees in my workplace stop the spread of germs.

Dispensers have been installed in nearly every room in the building. The theory is that no matter where you wander, who you shake hands with or how often you cross paths with a sneezer or cougher, you're only a few steps away from antibacterial hand sanitizer.

There's just one problem: the dispensers are filled with hand soap.


Ulovebeth said...

So you have to spit on your hands to get the soap off? GENIUS!

ADW said...

I have no hand sanitizer in my room this year because my students use it like it's going out of style. Instead, I have actual SOAP so they can wash their hands. I have 7 sinks in my room with 13 faucets after all. No matter how many times I tell them it's soap, there's still a nitwit who tests to see if I'm telling the truth. Always ends poorly...for them at least.