Buzz·Posted on Feb 13, 201413 Things You Didn't Realize Are Covered In PoopSo, when are hazmat suits coming into style?by Leonora EpsteinBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Your toothbrush. Christof Koepsel / Getty Images Apparently when you flush the toilet, tiny poop particles fly everywhere, and can definitely land on your toothbrush. 2. Holy water. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Austrian researchers discovered the following after analyzing water in holy springs and fonts in Vienna: "...86 percent of water samples from holy sources contain fecal matter, and every milliliter of holy water contained up to 62 million bacteria, none of it safe to drink." Holy shit, right? 3. Shopping carts. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images This says it all: "Fecal matter found on 72 percent of grocery carts." 4. Your computer keyboard. David Paul Morris / Getty Images For those who can sometimes get a bit lazy with their hygiene, your computer keyboard can become a hotbed for bacteria and poop bits — and might even contain more germs than a toilet. Do you also take your laptop into the bathroom? Forget it. 5. Restaurant lemon wedges. Matias Nieto/Cover / Getty Images Covered in pewp. It's true. 6. Movie theater seats (and, generally, public seating everywhere). en.wikipedia.org You'll find traces of doodie anywhere lots of butts sit down, which includes movie theaters, plane seats, public transportation, park benches, and airport lounge seats. 7. Swimming pools. en.wikipedia.org Yup. But you already knew that. 8. Your phone. Andrew Burton / Getty Images According to Time, it's one in six. 9. Your face. Mireya Acierto / Getty Images Kind of goes hand-in-hand with the cellphone dilemma. If you've got poop on your phone, you've probably got poop on your face. 10. Money. en.wikipedia.org Ugh so much poop on it. 11. Tanning beds. en.wikipedia.org Another common place poo hides out. 12. Soda fountains. Flickr: 51035768826@N01 Much poop. 13. Pretty much everything on an airplane. Pascal Parrot / Getty Images Dallas-Fort Worth's local CBS affiliate conducted tests on different spots in commercial aircraft and the results were so effing nasty, showing bacteria associated with the human gut nearly everywhere. But one hotspot was the backseat pocket.