You may want to grab your bottle of Clorox Bleach, some disinfectant soap, and a bottle of mouthwash before you watch this video. BuzzFeedBlue saw a scientific report showing the average toilet seat has 50 bacteria per square inch, but how does that compare to other things in your house? After you see this video, you are more likely to kiss your toilet seat than eat that salad you just chopped up on your favorite cutting board. You kitchen cutting board can have up to 200 times more fecal bacteria than your toilet seat. (Yes, fecal does equal poop.) The keyboard you just used could have up to 400 times the bacteria as the toilet in your office. Your toothbrush can have over 200,000 times more bacteria than a square inch of toilet seat.