Mulberrys.com recently did a survey of about 1000 people and discovered that about 18% of men and 10% of women don’t wash their underwear…ever.
So many things come to mind. First off, yu——-ck! Secondly, perhaps like you, I’m having some trouble believing this; it seems a bit high, but what do I know? I’d think one percent would seem a bit high. Still, if it made it this far, there apparently have to be some people out there who don’t.
You can probably guess what I would say to them: What is wrong with you people? What would your mother say? (And I’m hoping their mother’s wouldn’t say: “What’s wrong with that? I don’t wash mine either.”)
i mean, your drawers?! I’m a dude, which means at my best, sometimes I’m gross. If I’ve taken a shower before I put on a shirt, worn it lightly and for not very long, and not sweated, I’ll wear it again. The same basic rules go for pants and jeans. Underwear, socks included, is the one type of clothing that I’m guaranteed to wash every time. To not do so is just gross.
I’d like to hear what some of you readers think.
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That seems a little hard to believe! Like… what would prompt a person to justify their skivvies being “clean” ?!! Just a glance at them or was it a sniff test?… ugh! I’m a girl and believe it or not…I stink sometimes. Lol
I know, it just blows my mind. You hear people say “It makes me sick just thinking about, and you kind of think that they’re saying that something makes them sick, kind of figuratively, Not here, nope; the thought of this makes me a bit ill, literally.