For me, I usually change every time I take a shower, which is usually once a week in the winter and twice a week in the summer.
Raconteur, Gourmet, Troll...
Well said, R1
What's wrong with old underwear that you would need to change it?
I just squirt a little Fabreeze on my panties every morning and I am good for a month between changes.
If I wear it, I wear it once.
I wear jeans most days so I don't wear underwear for the most part.
Since I use depends, if they ain't full I wear them another day. It's good for the environment and its saves 75cents.
The whole idea of not wearing fresh clothing makes me ill. There is no excuse,using washing machines is not costly nor difficult.
It never fails to astound me how many people are just plain piggish.
Washing Britain's dirty linen in public
Half a million Britons are said to wash their bed sheets only three times a year. How often do you wash yours?
That link is dated 2010, but I'm sure it still holds true. No illusions it is any different in US.
On the day that clocks spring ahead in the spring, and then on the day that clocks fall behind in the fall.
R5, I also don't wear underwear for the most part. I wear underwear for the moist part.
LOL - good one r10
[quote]I wear underwear for the moist part.
That's why I wear a muumuu!
I change my underwear every hour, unless I am behind in my color sorting. Excuse me, I have to check the stove again.
Every day unless I'm going method with my DL troll persona
"I wear jeans most days so I don't wear underwear for the most part."
One of the hipster commando crowd. Charming.
[quote]One of the hipster commando crowd. Charming.
Hipster? Um...I'm 56 years old. I did the corporate thing wearing a suit or very neat casual for 30 years and wore underwear when wearing work clothes. I have my own business now which doesn't require dress clothing.
I only wear underwear when it is cold outside. Otherwise, always commando for me.
Does it also not require underwear? Nothing better than a guy bending over in jeans, giving you a glimpse of massive asscrack.
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