Foam Soap

I don’t trust foam soap.

When we were first taught to wash our hands, we learned three steps:

1. Pump soap a couple of times.

2. Rub hands together until you get that lather.

3. That’s when you know it’s safe to rinse.

This ensures the liquid soap is working to remove the germs makes you feel like you are doing something.

Then came foam soap dispensers.

Everyone was intrigued by its “clever” design & lack of pink-public bathroom color, and forgot one simple thing.

It’s f*cking regular ass soap with water in it.

So now you’ve paid $3.49 for a bottle that’s a little over 2 ounces of the same sh*t you had in your kitchen.

That bar of soap with the pube in it didn’t look so bad now, huh?


How many times have I gone to wash my hands after a chicken greasy ass meal & was greeted by foam soap, without the option of real soap? I used it– only to rub my fingertips together 5 minutes later and rediscover lunch on my hands.

Don’t tell me I don’t use enough either. In my defense, I’m known for being wasteful with things of this nature.



*Ms. Officer


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