a coin of coarse because it is carried by a lot of people and those people may have been in a toilet and touched it with their dirty hands
Because coins actually contain zinc in them, and that is pretty poisonous for humans.
Both lead to health problems. It would be hard to say which is worse.
It means as the health of people increases, their marital happiness decreases or gets worse.
I doubt that after three years of eating nothing but toilet paper, you would even be alive. Toilet paper contains no calories, or vitamins, and therefore your body wouldn't get any food, and it would die. Even if you did manage to survive, then that toilet paper will have damaged your health terribly, and you may need multiple transplants or blood transfusions.
To degenerate, essentially, is to get worse in a certain sense. An example sentence would be: Unfortunately, after chemotherapy, her health began to degenerate.
The processes of toilet repair would depend on a few factors. They would include whether one would want to repair the tank or the seat, the type of toilet, and the issue with the toilet.
the toilet would come when you need it. The toilet would probably be no different in the future than it is today. It would be a device used to eliminate waste.
a wipping or switching or licking
The biggest national threat would be fleas. There would be no atomic war, just peeing on your enemies. Everyone would make peace by licking each other. There would be no confusion over gender, as we'd all just sniff and tell. If there's a water shortage, there's no problem. Just drink out of the toilet.
it would be impossible unless you had a toilet bigger than you!
Licking someone's blood would not be as high a risk as other activities (sharing needles) but could present an HIV acquisition risk. Furthermore, there are other blood infections (Hep C) that could also be transmitted this way. Licking a person's blood presents many health hazards and I would advise against it.