I need things reinforced with me. ;) It's bemusing for me to read the comments on here since I'm the biggest non-germaphobe there is. Yes, I do wash my hands after using the restroom, but no I won't use a paper towel to open the door to leave. I use common sense: if I'm making food for you I would naturally wash my hands, it's the smart thing to do, but I'm not an obsessive hand sanitizer user. Hand sanitizers get over-used and they actually contribute to the spread of flus, colds, and other infections since the body doesn't have a chance to develop immunity to viruses if it has no contact with them. People watch too many movies about apocalyptic bugs trying to destroy the human race so they end up viewing simple viruses as evil conscious entities that must be annihilated as enemies instead of simple organisms that must be controlled by scientific study and good medicine and basic sanitation. People slather on the sanitizing goo then wonder why the sicknesses they get are so much stronger and last longer. I saw a documentary once where a study had determined that the healthiest children in the United States were kids on farms. They had contact in their chores with livestock and thus more interactions with germs. It allowed their bodies to develop immunities and they grew up stronger and more resistant. But enough of that, I've gone on too long... :D
I dated a guy who had grown up with a mother who kept the house spotless at all times and was always bleaching everything, and I believe he said she did all the floors in the house every night. Anyway, he would get sick as a dog all the time. Every time he would get over one thing, he's sick from something else, and he kept his house pretty clean too, but not in the way his mom did. He admitted that he thought it was because his mom didn't let him get exposed to germs like he should have growing up. I believe you. :-)
When you compulsively clean the floors every night that's a mental issue, not a cleanliness one. :P I'm not a slob, I do all the right things like washing my hands and keeping food prep surfaces clean and the like, but when I hear people obsess about keeping everything pristine pure and then they're always missing work with illness and their children have asthma and the like, I just have to think 'geez, isn't that a surprise?' (Best sarcastic brain tone.) There's some scientist out there who always gets interviewed when flu season begins and he's always recommending the things like paper towels to open doors and constant use of hand sanitizer and I just think to myself "well shouldn't you be FIRED'. Go join your friends in the climate change deniers corner. 10,000 scientists and doctors who use calm and reasoned good sense and 1 that goes all nurtz and the news media will dial up the nurtz guy because fear brings more eyes to the screen....eh, now it's enough ranting.
That's why I love the automatic sinks, soap dispensers, and towel dispensers. And doors with the metal plated bottoms you can just use your foot to push open. And trash cans near the door so you can open the door with the paper towels you used to wash with, then open the door and throw away the paper towels.
Oh, and automatic hand sanitizer dispensers!
There are a lot of dudes peeing and dropping duces - and not washing afterwards.
And the animals that pee on the seat are unforgivable. Nasty!
I've heard a lot of shenanigans go on in the ladies room, too.
Btw, you didn't mention if this frog touched any body parts while doing his business. His or anyone else's. ;-p