Can You Get Herpes from Sharing a Cup?

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Yes you can get herpes from sharing a cup. Some people drink out of the same cup, bottle or container that an infected person uses, and this may lead to the spread the virus. It's also possible to contract herpes by using the same eating utensils, sharing items, such as towels, razors, lipstick or cigarettes, with infected people increases the chances of getting affected.
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It is possible, but not very likely, I wouldn't worry about it. And if it doesn't go away, well, then you'll know.
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1. Open the CUPS administration on the linux box. : http://linux:631/. (or localhost:631 on the local linux machine) 2. Find the name of your printer queue by clicking on Manage Printers
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The herpes virus will continue to live on the cup until it is cleaned.
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