The 'crying indian' list is a list of people whom have been observed as failing to wash their hands after using the restroom, and is often kept informally in the workplace as a way of identifying unsanitary co-workers. The name of this list is derived from the Keeping America Beautiful campaign in which a crying indian was used to highlight the growing problem of pollution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keep_America_Beautiful).
Members of the Crying Indian List may be granted 1 of 2 levels of membership; level-1 and level-2. Level-1 members are those persons which have been observed failing to wash after urinating. Level-2 members are those persons which have been observed failing to wash after defecating.
Dude, don't shake hands with Ted. He's a level-2 crying indian list member.
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