5-second rule

It's all about the kind of food and the kind of floor.
*As long as the food and surface are dry.
When you drop a piece of food on the floor, is it really OK to eat if you pick up within five seconds? This urban food myth contends that if food spends just a few seconds on the floor, dirt and germs won't have much of a chance to contaminate it.
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