Let's say, hypothetically speaking that I hypothetically had a late night which culminated in some experimental cookery around 1-2 o'clock in the morning.
Now lets say that I woke up at oh, 8 with a heartburn from the hypothetical cookery, from dreams of playing a very bad game of football against a team of indian manservants whose mistresses I'd driven to Germany to watch aforementioned match. In this hypothetical dream proper bo was standing in the audience cheering my team on. (which hypothetically speaking was very disconcerting, as my mental image of bo apparently is a disembodied( ) avatar &signature as worn on this forum).
As I hypothetically woke up from this hypothetical dream at 8 I went to take a leak, hypothetically speaking. Hypothetically, somewhere on the way I grabbed someone's corrective braces, and for reasons unknown to anyone, hypothetically speaking, I hypothetically extended my arm and hypothetically dropped the hypothetical braces in the toilet while hypothetically contemplating the significance of aforementioned hypothetical dream.
After having picked up the hypothetical braces out of the hypothetical water-closet. How should I hypothetically clean the braces?
So far I've hypothetically washed my hand about seven hypothetical times (including rubbing it twice all over with a very rough hypothetical brush), and doused it twice in rubbing alcohol, hypothetically.
But as for the hypothetical braces, they hypothetically include a rather large plastic component. I'm not sure one could boil them.
The person in question prolly needs them, hypothetically.
This is a purely hypothetical question as I'm sure no one in their right mind or not, regardless of any activities preceeding any hypothetical experimental cookery, would be so daft as to do it for real, hypothetically.