Hygiene God

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For those of you who may not meet the definition of ‘young’, you may be familiar with the occurrence of young people often coming up with their own vernacular, terminology, or slang when describing certain things. I want to introduce you to a new term that is often used in the midst of young heartfelt hygiene discussions…the Hygiene God.

Hygiene God

As I am in the final stages of packing for the big trip – and yes, a bit nervous about being away from my fantastic hubby and three kids for 3 weeks (I am predicting fish and chips will be ubiquitous in my absence) – I am getting excited about meeting some of the many hygiene gods in the UK!!

9 thoughts on “Hygiene God

    Kerrie Burton said:
    March 25, 2014 at 3:32 am

    Kate I reckon you’ll blow the UK away… Try and convince Alex to come to the AIOH conference. Kerrie

      katecole111 responded:
      March 25, 2014 at 9:37 am

      Ill do my best Kerrie!?

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