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One of my guilty pleasures is watching a good disaster movie. You know, the ones where the world is about to end because of a virus/asteroid/tornado/flood/zombie takeover/etc. Wanna know why TBS (or maybe it's TNT) shows The Day After Tomorrow on TV almost every weekend? Because people like me will sit and watch it every single time that it's on!
So of course I had to drag my husband to see Contagion this past weekend. It really wasn't that different from all the other disaster movies that I've seen, but for some reason, it really got me freaked out about germs. Anytime a person in the theater coughed, I gave my husband the "Oh my gosh, we're going to get it!" look. By the end of the movie, my arms were nowhere near the armrests and my hands were glued to my thighs so that I wouldn't touch my face with them.
Then later that night we went to a baseball game and I noticed every little gross thing that the people next to me did. I saw the boy next to me stick his fingers in his mouth (playing with his gum) and then he touched his chair and the rail/bar next to him. I saw another boy sneeze into his hands and then he touched both of the armrests next to him along with the top of the seat in front of him. And then I saw a little girl eat half a hotdog that fell on the ground. I wonder what I picked up from them while I was there?
I wouldn't say that this movie has turned me into a total germaphobe, but I'm definitely more aware of what I touch and what people around me are doing.
Are any of you disaster movie lovers like me? Have any of you seen Contagion yet? If you have, are you a total germaphobe now?