Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Hateman, Mar 29, 2013.
Not with a spinner.
I heart spinners
You need a new av
Use jelly or syrup.
I prefer syrup(maple)
He needs to stop posting
Happy Easter! You're nude in that pic!
Yes I am
Chances are practically 0.0 ...Unless there is direct blood-on-blood contact.
HIV dies within seconds of hitting the air. It also must be present in large enough quantities to cause an infection. Small amounts of blood won't do it and limited exposure to other bodily fluids won't do it. There needs to be significant (and/or repeated) blood-to-blood transfer or significant (and/or repeated) fluid to blood/body tissue transfer.
As for HepC, that's maybe more likely but still not very likely. Hepatitis C is again blood-on-blood. The only reason it's more risky is because the virus lives outside the body for days or weeks. If someone shaved their asshole and drew trace amounts of blood, then you licked said asshole with a cut on your tongue, you could get it. However the concentration would be so small it probably wouldn't affect you. If the exposure is small enough, your body does have the potential to fight it off. The bottom line is that overall, HepC is NOT a sexually-transmitted disease. The documented cases of ST-HepC are limited and questionable. It's basically a needle-sharing disease, with a few rare exceptions.
So toss all the salad you want!
Sorry... kinda got wordy there. Just a result of my occupational education and personal experience with drug addicts.
And maybe some other relevant personal experience?