So, rule number 1 is leave your cell phone out of the bathroom, and we actually did a poll of this very studio audience, Rachael, 93% of of this studio audience takes their cell phone into the bathroom. (laughter) There’s two reasons why you don’t wanna take your cell phone into the the bathroom. It’s hygiene, and hemorrhoids. So hygiene, for instance, if we look at a bathroom, it looks clean, but after use, this is what happens. A recent study found that 83% of our cell phones actually have bacteria on them. But it gets worse because 25% of these phones actually have E. Coli. And the second issue is that cell phone usage in the bathroom actually makes hemorrhoids worse. So, if the hygiene wasn’t reason enough, worse hemorrhoids is another reason to leave the phone out of the bathroom.
Because you’re getting stressed out while you’re going to the toilet? It’s because you’re spending more time on the toilet. So being on the toilet is not a good thing. What is that? So this is a perfectly normal public restroom, it appeared very clean, we did a blacklight examination, and you can see there’s unsavory particles– There’s urine everywhere. But we don’t know if it’s urine, it could be fungus, it could be bacteria, it could be a lot of things. So, leave your cell phones outside of the bathroom. That’s number 1 here today. Number two is the issue of the flush, so if you have to take your cell phone into the bathroom, all of this should convince you otherwise, if you have to take your cell phone into the bathroom, you have to do a couple of things. You have to close the toilet lid, and the reason is that once you flush the toilet, 15 feet in the air, the bacteria become aerosolized. So also, keep your toothbrush at least 6 to 7 feet away form your toilet at all times. Well, now I’m gonna make sure every day. (applause)