Cleaning Your Toilet Regularly Could Be Killing You | Sep 14, 2017 @ 11:14 AM All this time, I thought the reason I didn’t clean my toilet was because I was lazy. But it turns out I was just a visionary. According to a new study, cleaning your toilet could be KILLING YOU. Why? The researchers found that people who are regularly exposed to bleach and other cleaning chemicals raise their chance of getting potentially fatal lung disease from 22% to 32%. So relax on the obsessive cleaning.
I’m not sure I know a single person who doesn’t drink coffee, soda, or both. So it’s a huge mystery why Coke isn’t selling this product over HERE. In Japan, they just released a new drink called Coca-Cola Coffee Plus. It comes in a can and it’s a mix of coffee and Coke . . . with 50% more caffeine than regular Coke and 50% fewer calories. So how is it? Umm . . . maybe it’s best not to talk about that.
GENE SIMMONS will play alongside former KISS guitarist ACE FREHLEY again, for the first time in 16 YEARS. Relations between the estranged band members have been thawing for a while. First PAUL STANLEY recorded a song with Ace last year. And back in June, Gene helped out on a few tracks for Ace’s solo album. One of Gene and Paul’s biggest gripes with Ace was his drug abuse, but he’s reportedly been sober now for over a decade. It’s worth noting, Gene is NOT bringing Ace back into the KISS fold . . .
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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