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Hole-y Crap!

The profile pic of a kitchen sponge? Sparkly agent of cleanliness! The tagged pic? SpongeBob GrossPants. Indeed, its moist nooks and crannies are perfect germ hiding places—but despite old advice, don’t nuke it! Per a new study, that may just make it worse. Researchers also found 362 species of bacteria creepin’ in the sponges studied, at 82

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