Who is the official TSC (toilet seat checker) in your neighborhood? My TSC is  Bubba. You know the type, picks his teeth when he talks to you, looks at it, then eats it again. Maybe you know his brother Sniffer? Sniffer works down at the waste treatment plant. Bubba and Sniffer...I think they both went nuts after they got fired from the slaughterhouse for stealing horse brain.

Today, we learned that a steering wheel has more germs than a toilet seat. If you’ve been reading newspapers lately, you’d see that everything appears to have more germs than a toilet seat.

We’ve compiled a mini-guide to what has more germs than a toilet seat. For our purposes, the terms “germs” and “bacteria” are used interchangeably, as they seem to be in the sources we cited. We then found a few other surprising items of what “has more germs” than another thing. Let’s begin:

What Has More Germs Than a Toilet Seat:

Steering wheels have 9 times more germs than a toilet seat.

A computer keyboard has 5 times more germs than a toilet seat.

A desk has 400 times more germs than a toilet seat.

An iPhone has 18 times more germs than a toilet seat.

Kitchen faucets have more germs than toilet handles.

Kitchen sponges and sinks have more germs than a toilet seat.

Restaurant ice-cubes may have more germs than restaurant toilet water.

Restaurant menus and high-chairs have more germs than a typical toilet seat.