I can’t tell you how many nasty White women I have seen come out of a public restroom and not wash their hands, go straight to the restaurant table, pull out a chair (touch one) grab the menu other people touch (touch two), touch the table items like salt, pepper, other condiments (touch three), then use those same nasty hands they wiped their asses with to dig in their purses to give the waitress cash or their debit card where she then carries vagina/public bathroom cooties to the cash register, card reader, and other places her colleagues may touch.

And when White women do it in front of Black women, we’re always giving each other the silent “she’s nasty af face" before exiting and NOT touching that door handle.

I had a White female friend that washed her dog bowl with the same dishcloth she used to do wash her dishes. She also cleaned her doggie accidents in her kitchen sink where she prepared food and thought nothing of it. I took note and never ate at her home again.

Many White people definitely have a different standard of “clean" than Blacks and people of color. It’s why I keep Clorox wipes in my purse and use it with expediency when I eat out in public. I have no desire to eat random vaginas without my permission, a formal introduction, and a few consensual dates lol. But seriously, it seems like a hygiene violation or something. Something another human being shouldn’t have to say aloud and that’s common sense.

Just nasty, nasty, nasty!!!! We DEFINITELY have different standards where hygiene is concerned.

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