On Monday, President Donald Trump issued a set of coronavirus guidelines for all Americans to follow, starting immediately. The document, called “15 Days to Slow the Spread” advised that older people should stay at home, urged everyone to avoid unnecessary travel, shopping outings or social gatherings, and, of course, it said that we should all continue to wash our hands.
What those guidelines failed to mention is that, before washing your hands, you should probably double-check to ensure that you’re actually using a bar of soap and not, um, a piece of cheese.
A Reddit user named u/lionellrichie posted a picture of herself holding a solid orange block near the kitchen sink, presumably after giving her hands a good wash. “Just realized my soap wasn’t working because it’s literally a block of cheese,” she wrote.
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