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Get what you really want! #lickoflove

  1. David S. OnePlus Europe Staff Member Feb 14, 2017

    David S., Feb 14, 2017 :
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    The OnePlus community is overflowing with passion. Nothing beats the intensity of our fans, especially when it comes to the ones they love most. Sparks fly and passion runs deep in the video below. Not afraid of a little PDA? Watch it now.


    Are your lips trembling? This is your chance to get intimate with the object of your desire. Participate in the competition for a chance to win two personalized OnePlus 3Ts, one for you and your significant other!

    How to Enter
    Simply visit our Valentine’s page on OnePlus.net and sign up for the competition using the buttons near the bottom of the page. Each method used counts as one entry, so you can single-handedly increase your chance of winning! Enter now.

    Never Settle.

    P.S.: Purchase a OnePlus 3T between Feb 13 and 16 and get access two exclusive accessory bundles! Offer starts today at5:00 am EST (2:00 am PST).
     

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  2. dsmonteiro Lollipop Community Expert Feb 14, 2017

    dsmonteiro, Feb 14, 2017 :
    FUN FACT:

    This study aimed to examine the presence of pathogenic bacteria on the surfaces of cell phones that are used frequently by preclinical medical students. This cross-sectional study identified both pathogenic and nonpathogenic bacteria on cell phones of 105 medical students at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, using standard microbiological methods. Out of 105 cell phones screened, 101 (96.2%) were contaminated with bacteria. Coagulase-negative staphylococci were the most abundant isolates (68%). Seventeen (16.2%) cell phones were found to harbor Staphylococcus aureus. Gram-positive bacilli were isolated from 20 (19%) samples. Viridans streptococci and Pantoea species were also isolated but at lower levels. Our findings indicate that cell phones can act as reservoirs of both pathogenic and nonpathogenic organisms. Therefore, full guidelines about restricting the use of cell phones in clinical environments, hand hygiene, and frequent decontamination of mobile devices are recommended at an early stage in medical schools, to limit the risk of cross-contamination and healthcare-associated infections caused by cell phones.

    Bacterial contamination of cell phones of medical students at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    Shadi Zaka, et al.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213879X15000942
     

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  3. jkb114 KitKat Feb 14, 2017

    jkb114, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Well who says this place is a waste of my time
     

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  4. dsmonteiro Lollipop Community Expert Feb 14, 2017

    dsmonteiro, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Even though it would raise my odds by 25%, there's no way I'm hitting the like button on that video. It's way too gross.
     

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  5. jkb114 KitKat Feb 14, 2017

    jkb114, Feb 14, 2017 :
    The whole thing is blocked at work classifying it as pornography so it says a lot
     

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  6. jizang KitKat Feb 14, 2017

    jizang, Feb 14, 2017 :
    ewwww, didn't your mum tell you not to lick things when you were growing up? ;)
     

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  7. pa5t1s Lollipop Feb 14, 2017

    pa5t1s, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Yeah!! Cool!! I like these #giveaways!!
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    Yet another great #fake one ;)
     

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  8. David S. OnePlus Europe Staff Member Feb 14, 2017

    David S., Feb 14, 2017 :
    We cleaned them with anti-bacterial wipes (before and after) :)
     

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  9. dsmonteiro Lollipop Community Expert Feb 14, 2017

    dsmonteiro, Feb 14, 2017 :
    There are bacteria that live happily ever after inside nuclear reactors living of aluminum from the metal rods. I'm pretty sure they can survive an anti-bacterial wipe. Though, in all fairness, extremophiles don't usually care too much about your phone.
     

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  10. youbi Portuguese POC Assistant Head Moderator Feb 14, 2017

    youbi, Feb 14, 2017 :
    So does that mean that on the contest we will be getting one of the licked ones?!? :eek::eek:

    :p:D;)
     

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  11. jkb114 KitKat Feb 14, 2017

    jkb114, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Can we call this "competition" a test of natural selection? those that go around licking random objects will clearly decrease the population.
     

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  12. din100 Gingerbread Feb 14, 2017


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  13. SoniaB Nougat Senior Moderator Feb 14, 2017


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  14. meatandy Marshmallow Feb 14, 2017


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  15. meatandy Marshmallow Feb 14, 2017

    meatandy, Feb 14, 2017 :
    #EnterOrGoAway :p
     

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    mauricemo, Mr. BG, puccellino and 2 others like this.
  16. LEOPWNSU Gingerbread Feb 14, 2017

    LEOPWNSU, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Just watching this video made me go get alcohol wipes and wipe down my phone.
     

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  17. MrNickThorp Donut Feb 14, 2017


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  18. ElfStone Honeycomb Feb 14, 2017

    ElfStone, Feb 14, 2017 :
    :))) those were some ugly tongues, I have to say. :))))
    I wouldn't even mind winning one of the ones that got licked :D :D
     

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  19. luxuskamel Jelly Bean Feb 14, 2017


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  20. sommersy Jelly Bean Feb 14, 2017

    sommersy, Feb 14, 2017 :
    Ohh, Oneplus. And I thought I'd be in this bad mood all day :joycat:
     

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    AaronStark, yoonoh, mauricemo and 4 others like this.