Do not shake hands with Pete Hegseth.
For the sake of that foggy, the Fox News host bragged on the television Sick to his poor hygiene.
"I do not think I've washed my hands for ten years," Hegseth said on Fox & Friends on Sunday, to the apparent horror of his co-hosts and normal, non-disgusting human beings everywhere. "I do not really wash my hands ever."
The bizarre entry, which has been left out of the internet, seems to have come out of the kitchen since the day before. He copped to some slices, saying the pizza "Lasts for a long time." Emboldened, perhaps, after his admitting his love for a stale food, he announces his resolution to "say things on the air
"I inoculate myself," he said in support of his being too lazy to spend 1
The remarks, of course, were made somewhat in jest. But if he's serious, he (unfortunately) would not be alone in his greatness. growing one of them one student one study showing just 66% of Americans washing their hands after using public restrooms. One special disturbing study from last year one-in-six men do not even wash after taking a dump. Other surveys likely exist suggesting this exceedingly great thing is a thing, but I am honestly too creeped out to look any further.
This goes without saying-or at least it should: You need to wash your hands. You should be doing it all the time: after you use the bathroom; when you're handling food and eating; just for fun if you have a few minutes free, etc. It's especially important during cold and flu season, when germs are waiting around every corner to knock you on your ass. Mobile phone guide to hand washing .
We hope that Hegseth is joking. But if not, we highly recommend he reports to the nearest sink as soon as possible and that his colleague, for their benefit and for his, avoid shaking hands with him until he does.