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When the Staff of the Overlook Hotel Decide to Photobomb your Picture...

Heeeeeeeeeeere's Donny! 
(with apologies to The Shining)


Another from the archives.
Too much going on right now.
Original title:
What Has More Germs Than a Toilet Seat
The answer:

There's more E. coli in a kitchen sink than in a toilet after you flush it. The sink is a great place for E. coli to live and grow since it's wet and moist. Bacteria feed on the food that people put down the drain and what's left on dishes in the sink.

Refrigerators commonly test positive for e. coli and salmonella. Your keyboard is anywhere up to 200 times more filthy than your toilet seat. Your cellular device is 10 times dirtier than the average toilet. Your carpet holds a lot of germs – 4000 times that of a toilet.