• At home yes, In public NO.
  • depends, not in public
  • No. In 2010 I'll be a single dipper. That's enough. +5
  • That depends on what I'm dipping...
  • Not me. +5
  • I was until I saw this segment of Seinfeld:
  • No, the dangers of catching a bug are too high....
  • Yes, i am a double dipper. the second dip is only half of a dip.
  • If I am going to do it, I switch hands,so as to confuse the dip deputies ;)
  • I have.
  • More like a triple dipper:0)
  • Nah, but it's not "like putting your whole mouth on it", in fact, it's pretty safe. from "The act of double dipping is the equivalent of putting the microbes in your mouth into the dip as if all of the dip were put in your mouth. busted In their experiment, the MythBusters used chips with regular dip and salsa. In the control test, they put the untouched dip and salsa into petri dishes, and followed with double dipped dip and salsa, and finally dip and salsa that had been put in Adam and Jamie’s mouths. However, when they examined their results, they found that the dip and salsa were already loaded with microbes. For a more accurate experiment, the MythBusters were forced to sterilize all their testing materials with radiation and create a sterile environment. Examining the results, the MythBusters found that double dipping produced less microbes than putting all the dip in your mouth. Also, the amount of microbes present after double dipping was negligible compared to the amount found in regular dip. (This myth was inspired by the television comedy Seinfeld.)" See also and (couldn't find any MB videos of the episode)
  • Yes but I turn the chip around so the half that was in my mouth doesn't go in the dip

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