My sister recently returned from China and she is staying here until she leaves for grad school. We have been sharing the same bathroom and I didn't give it a second thought (that means same handtowel, same soap to wash, same toilet)
Yesterday she tells me she needs to go to the doctor because she "has something".
Me: "What do you mean you 'have something'?!"
Her: "Well I just need to go back to the Dr. again because I've been extremely sick, so they ran some tests and I probably got something."
Me: "Like Dysentery??"
Her: "Yeah probably. Hard to say."
Me: "You could have told me, we've been using the same bathroom for a week."
Her: *not caring* "Oh I sprayed some Lysol this morning."
At this point, I said something along the lines of "Lysol is not that effective especially after a week."
But I wish I WOULD have said "Yeah, I spray Lysol about once a day in there, too, since I got chlamydia." Perhaps I might have added something like "But don't worry, I'm not having an outbreak now so it's not contagious."
This is especially funny because I don't have chlamydia... just in case that threw anyone off.