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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Men Confess to Wearing Dirty Undies

Women all over the world have suspected the truth, but now the dirty laundry secret is out – many men DO wear the same pair of underwear more than once in a week.

The Clorox Company recently conducted a survey around the laundry habits of both men and women, and one in eight men came clean to wearing their underpants two to three times before tossing them in the washing machine. Men in the survey also confessed to using a “sniff” test to see if they could get away with wearing other elements of their wardrobe again before washing.

Women, on the other hand, admitted to simply buying MORE underwear to avoid having to wash so often.

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Are you guilty of wearing the same underwear or other garments more than once a week? Do you think there is a downside to the “sniff” test or is it all good? We promise not to tell!

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Posted by: Leona Perry at 10:04 am

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