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  • - Is it turning brown from my phone?

  • - Might be a little dirt on there.

  • - Ahh.

  • (trumpet playing)

  • - I have no fucking clue why I'm here, but I'm here for it.

  • - I'm feeling very vulnerable right now.

  • - We are swabbing different employee's phones.

  • For germs.

  • (mystery music)

  • - oh no, oh no, is that what this is?

  • Oh no.

  • (cries)

  • - Caroline, why do you have that lab coat?

  • Oh no.

  • - Oh God.

  • - Oh my gosh.

  • - Hello.

  • - Hi.

  • (laughter)

  • - Here's my poop phone.

  • - Yeah, it's very scary.

  • I don't know why I'm so nervous.

  • - You look so scared.

  • - This reminds me, I have to get tested.

  • - There's no result that's gonna come back

  • where I'm gonna be like happy about it.

  • You know what I mean?

  • - Hopefully nothing comes back

  • and they link me to some murder.

  • - I'm gonna take the samples up to

  • the microbiology lab at Columbia University.

  • - I hope no one I ever try to date sees this video.

  • - This thing is gonna be a huge mess.

  • But I love it anyway.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - So, I spent all day yesterday at the lab,

  • looking at the petri dishes with the doctor.

  • We have a picture of what your petri dish looked like

  • three days later.

  • - I don't even wanna touch the picture.

  • - Woah, it looks like an eye is growing.

  • - I don't think it looks that bad.

  • - You're good.

  • Your phone is really fine.

  • - Weird, 'cause I feel like I'm a disgusting person.

  • - You had micrococcus, which is a normal...

  • You look so scared.

  • It's part of the normal skin for us,

  • which is from your skin.

  • - Okay.

  • - You, had MRSA.

  • - Oh no.

  • - Like it's normal.

  • It can actually colonize in your nose

  • and you just have it

  • on your body and it's just,

  • there's a lot of people that carry MRSA.

  • - Okay.

  • - We also found E. Coli.

  • - Yeah, that's not a surprise to me at all.

  • I ended up throwing up one night

  • and I ended up going to the doctor.

  • And they were like yeah, we tested you and you have E. Coli.

  • - I don't know why it's still on my phone.

  • I feel like I've cleaned it since I got sick.

  • - So today, we were supposed to film Grace

  • getting her results and she's actually home sick.

  • Maybe it's related, who knows?

  • But here petri dish did look really gross though.

  • - So my phone had Staph, glorious.

  • (grossed out laugh)

  • I had the bad Staph bacteria.

  • So, yeah.

  • I had one of the worst phones.

  • - I mean I had a cleaner phone than

  • the doctor right here.

  • So I feel really good about myself.

  • - So how should I really clean my phone?

  • - Yeah please clean my phone.

  • - This is a 50, 50.

  • Water and 70 percent isopropyl alcohol solution.

  • - Yeah, I'll definitely clean my phone more.

  • I don't want E. Coli all over everything that I touch.

  • - Wait, she's not a doctor?

  • (coughs)

  • - Oh no.

  • (orchestra music)

- Is it turning brown from my phone?

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A2 US petri coli doctor staph lab tested

We Tested Our Phones For Diseases

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