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Where Do You Stand? Sharing a Toothbrush With Your Significant Other

A toothbrush is a very personal item, and the thought of sharing mine with someone else seems pretty disgusting. But when you think about it, you're swapping the same germs and saliva when making out with someone, so really, is there a difference? What do you think? Would you share a toothbrush with your significant other?

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JamieWinters JamieWinters 6 years
I have shared toothbrushes with lovers several times when the need arose. Here's the trick: Sterilize the bristles by soaking them in rubbing alcohol for a minute or so, then rinse well. Then send them to Walgreen's in the morning!
brookberrys brookberrys 7 years
To everyone who said it was gross because of the food particles that get on the toothbrush, do you not realize that the food from YOUR mouth gets on the toothbrush too? It's not like that only happens if someone else uses it.
Symphonee Symphonee 7 years
NEVER!!!! I have let him use a washcloth with a toothpaste and baking soda mix. I have used Mouthwash and then walked to the corner store to get one but I never have and never will share my toothbrush. You are sharing bacteria and viruses. All the colds that he has had since he started usingthat brush are stored in there. I don't see what the "emergency" would be to have me use his brush and that was before we lived together
Symphonee Symphonee 7 years
NEVER!!!!I have let him use a washcloth with a toothpaste and baking soda mix. I have used Mouthwash and then walked to the corner store to get one but I never have and never will share my toothbrush. You are sharing bacteria and viruses. All the colds that he has had since he started usingthat brush are stored in there. I don't see what the "emergency" would be to have me use his brush and that was before we lived together
lauraxtc lauraxtc 7 years
I HAVE. BUT I HAVEN'T ANYMORE. LOL.
tomatoshirt tomatoshirt 7 years
NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! It's not that expansive ~
jazzybelle jazzybelle 7 years
Ew, no!
jazzybelle jazzybelle 7 years
Ew, no!
sunnyzee77 sunnyzee77 7 years
You know, I love my husband (and his kisses) to death, but I would not share my toothbrush with him. That's just gross. He knows this. If it was an absolute emergency, maybe, but otherwise I wouldn't.
kriiss kriiss 7 years
im not really that botherd about it..but il only use his or let him use mine if weve 4goten it.
keiraz keiraz 7 years
EWWW no way! sharing/exchanging toothbrushes and underwear are a no-no and off limits in my book!No matter who it is, it's unhygenic!
LoveSarah LoveSarah 7 years
I don't think I could handle that. It gives me the heebeejeebees just thinking about it!
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
I would let him use mine if he soaked it in Listerine after. It's not the germs, it's any nasty food bits that might get wedged in the bristles. I know he'd never let me use his though!
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 7 years
I would let him use mine if he soaked it in Listerine after. It's not the germs, it's any nasty food bits that might get wedged in the bristles.I know he'd never let me use his though!
MisterPinkNoTip MisterPinkNoTip 7 years
No.
MisterPinkNoTip MisterPinkNoTip 7 years
No.
0fashionqueen 0fashionqueen 7 years
I am sorry, but that is nasty.
clareberrys clareberrys 7 years
i used to use his when i would stay the night at his place and i didnt have mine with me, but now that we live together we each have our own toothbrush - but if for some reason we had to share one i wouldnt really mind
getpink getpink 7 years
yeah... I don't think I could do that... I am good on sharing a lot of things but that and suckers or popsicles... where you just slobber all over your food... no.
dm8bri dm8bri 7 years
Hell. No.
dm8bri dm8bri 7 years
Hell. No.
pippins_halfling pippins_halfling 7 years
I think there's a difference between making out and sharing toothbrushes. Sharing toothbrushes is NOT okay with me.
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