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A third of British people ‘only wash their bed sheets once a year’

Fucking pigs.

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by Anonymousreply 132Last Thursday at 12:20 PM

The sheets thing is disgusting. The pants? Underwear, suit trousers, office clothes, yes, after every wear. Work jeans, etc., no.

by Anonymousreply 104/30/2021

I’ve never washed our sleep rags. Mama said it’s the devil’s work to clean up.

by Anonymousreply 204/30/2021

OMG that’s fucking disgusting!!! But not surprising. Brits are gross.

by Anonymousreply 304/30/2021

The British are renowned for being the ugliest people in Europe, evidently because the because the matted grime has mutated their DNA.

by Anonymousreply 404/30/2021

I usually wash my office pants after 2-3 wearings - I drive to work, stay in my office all day (food bought to me) and then drive back home. How dirty can they be?

by Anonymousreply 504/30/2021

think of the smeared smegma!

by Anonymousreply 604/30/2021

That sounds pretty average for straight men, and I doubt it's limited to the UK.

by Anonymousreply 704/30/2021

Sheets once a week; towels at least once a week; underwear, socks, shirts after every use; pants as needed (could go for a few days).

by Anonymousreply 804/30/2021

I change my sheets two or three times a month. Pillow cases actually get changed more often in my home. A couple times a week if I have time to wash them. Once a year seems like the sheets would just disintegrate once pulled from the matress.

by Anonymousreply 904/30/2021

I always laugh at American girls who think the UK is like Downton Abbey and when it's more like Shameless.

by Anonymousreply 1004/30/2021

[quote] A quarter of men admitted to washing their underwear after every five washes, compared to just 13% of women. Worryingly, one in ten men (10%) of men claimed to wash their underwear after every 10 washes, compared to just 3% of women.

What the hell does that mean? Poorly-written article and I don’t believe the purported facts.

by Anonymousreply 1104/30/2021

Pants = underwear in the UK.

by Anonymousreply 1204/30/2021

what about “washing” “after every five washes”? WTH does that mean?

by Anonymousreply 1304/30/2021

Doesn't surprise me.

by Anonymousreply 1404/30/2021

I’m in the 20% that doesn’t wash underwear after every wear. I get 3-4 wears out of them. I don’t wear underwear everyday, for the record.

by Anonymousreply 1504/30/2021

Another Brit-basing thread. I’m from the U.K. but I have family in America, and to me, white Americans look no different from white Brits.

by Anonymousreply 1604/30/2021

This is the Metro, people. We don't take this "news" outlet seriously.

by Anonymousreply 1704/30/2021

Scottish and particular about cleanliness. If I found sheets that had been used for a year without being washed I would burn them. Dirty slovenly pigs.

by Anonymousreply 1805/01/2021

B.S. I find this hard to believe.

by Anonymousreply 1905/01/2021

Disgusting.

Sheets+pillow cases every week, blanket cover every two weeks. — I always shower before bed and live one.

by Anonymousreply 2005/01/2021

You say that like it's a good thing, R16.

by Anonymousreply 2105/01/2021

[quote]The British are renowned for being the ugliest people in Europe,

People forget about eastern Europe and Italian fishmongers.

by Anonymousreply 2205/01/2021

Conversely, a third of Germans wash their sheets "at least three times a week."

Scat is a messy fetish.

by Anonymousreply 2305/01/2021

They meant "washing after five wears," r13.

by Anonymousreply 2405/01/2021

I can’t understand half of these posts. Drunk posters, go sleep it off.

by Anonymousreply 2505/01/2021

This cannot be true. Such BS.

by Anonymousreply 2605/01/2021

I don’t believe it either.

by Anonymousreply 2705/01/2021

[quote]‘only wash their bed sheets once a year’

Shouldn't that have been worded, "wash their bed sheets only once a year"?

by Anonymousreply 2805/01/2021

It may also depend if lots of people in Britain have to pay for and travel to a laundromat.

Here in America, I've had to carry laundry for a 7-minute walk over my 11 years in a room I rented in a house. No laundry available in the house.

Where I live now in a simple efficiency, at least we have access to a coin-operated washer and dryer on the ground level.

People who have laundry in the residence can sometimes take it for granted?

by Anonymousreply 2905/01/2021

Yikes, I wash after every "pairing" and forbid silicone-based lube in BR

by Anonymousreply 3005/01/2021

I wash my sheets and pillow cases twice EVERY week.

That's because I'm

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE.

by Anonymousreply 3105/01/2021

I change bedding every two weeks, with the exception of the pillow case - I have it folded in half and change it every four days, so I always sleep on the fresh side of the pillow. I don't have pajamas but I sleep in a fresh T-shirt every night as well.

Jeans - approximately once every ten days. T-shirts, undies and socks - after each use. Pullovers and cardigans - after two uses (or sometimes three, if I can still smell the softener from previous washing on them).

When it comes to towels I use the same technique as with pillows - I have them folded in half which allows me to use one towel four times (and I have the towel edges marked, so I always know which side of the towel has already been used).

by Anonymousreply 3205/01/2021

Even if you don't have easy access to a laundry surely you can buy a few cheap sets of sheets and switch them out regularly?

by Anonymousreply 3305/01/2021

R15 is a pig.

by Anonymousreply 3405/01/2021

Who has time for cleanliness when there’s all that shitposting about the mixed American to be done?

by Anonymousreply 3505/01/2021

I only wash my sock friend when it gets too crusty and sharp, and cuts my dick when I’m wiping the jizz off.

by Anonymousreply 3605/01/2021

[quote] Another Brit-basing thread.

It’s wrong to take a breather from the torrent of America-bashing threads then? Got it.

by Anonymousreply 3705/01/2021

After the 20th cum stain mine go straight into the wash.

by Anonymousreply 3805/01/2021

To be honest, I only change and wash my sheets once every 6-8 weeks. I wash the pillow cases every two weeks. I haven't been out of the house much, and I'm working from home, I take a shower three or four times a week, but not every day. Every day I wash my face, my ass and my armpits.

by Anonymousreply 3905/01/2021

Those sheets must be crusty and stiff....only washed a year. Ewww....

by Anonymousreply 4005/01/2021

only washed *once a year^^

by Anonymousreply 4105/01/2021

When I did a study abroad at Cambridge, during the summer, my Milton professor changed his clothes only every three to four days. It was really conspicuous. He would look clean and well groomed on day one, and then look more dissheveled with each passing day. His clothes would get increasingly wrinkled and sometimes soiled. We saw him riding his bike around the university area. It was really strange for we American students and I wondered if it was normal to the European and Asian students but I didn't want to ask for fear of being rude or potentially overheard and embarrassing the professor.

My other prof was a woman who taught Tennyson. She was very pretty and seemed 'posh' as far as I could tell. She changed her clothes every day and brushed her hair.

I guess the tradeoff is that the Milton class was riveting and I have loved Paradise Lost all the years since, and I lost interest in Tennyson's flowery language and relatively trite content. I tend to think of the profs as manifestations of the poets' substance vs. style.

by Anonymousreply 4205/01/2021

Oh god I just remembered BEDBUGS, do they not have them in the UK?

by Anonymousreply 4305/01/2021

Even the bedbugs find the conditions revolting.

by Anonymousreply 4405/01/2021

[quote]It was really strange for we American students

Oh dear.

[quote]My other prof was a woman who taught Tennyson.

She must have been quite elderly!

by Anonymousreply 4505/01/2021

[quote]Even the bedbugs find the conditions revolting.

In the end, however, it's the food that drives them away.

by Anonymousreply 4605/01/2021

44 percent of Americans wash their sheets once or twice a month.

11 percent wash their sheets once a quarter.

5 percent wash them only once or twice a year.

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by Anonymousreply 4705/01/2021

This scene now makes me even queasier.

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by Anonymousreply 4805/01/2021

Bedding separated by a common language and big pond.

Duvets are used more in the UK than the US and most don't use top sheets like on the US.

More people sleep in the nude, so there’s no barrier between farts and those rarely washed sheets.

Tumble dryers in the UK are seen by many as incredibly wasteful compared to the US. Sheets will need to go on a line outside or hung around your home on a drying rack, radiator or door.

by Anonymousreply 4905/01/2021

Hanging duvet covers outside in the English damp to dry, how delightful!

by Anonymousreply 5005/01/2021

Only when I shit the bed.

by Anonymousreply 5105/01/2021

Maybe this was the inspiration for Stephen King's dirty pillows.

by Anonymousreply 5205/01/2021

Sweet dreams are made of this.

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by Anonymousreply 5305/01/2021

Ugh. This doesn't mention that the human body secretes xxx amount of fluids every night (can't remember how much) so this fluid is going into the dirty sheets and dirty mattress. Ugh. Disgusting combination.

[bold]Tests conducted in the Sonoran Desert found that subjects sitting naked in the shade in 95-degree heat produced 220 milliliters of sweat per hour. Assuming comparable conditions were to prevail at night, you'd lose close to two liters over an eight-hour stretch.Jan. 14, 2011

by Anonymousreply 5405/01/2021

When I lived in NYC, we had to schlep our sheets down the street to the cleaners, but did so every week, R29.

by Anonymousreply 5505/01/2021

R42 I like your post.

by Anonymousreply 5605/01/2021

I don’t care for sheets. I sleep on a light weight cotton quilt on the mattress with a light blanket to cover. Anyone else hate sheets?

by Anonymousreply 5705/01/2021

When I lived in San Francisco, I had to schlepp my laundry to a laundromat as well. Luckily, it was a nice neighborhood, and only a couple blocks away.

by Anonymousreply 5805/01/2021

[quote] I forbid silicone-based lube in BR

What's wrong with silicone-based lube? It costs twice as much as normal lube.

What is BR?

by Anonymousreply 5905/01/2021

[quote] When I lived in San Francisco, I had to schlepp my laundry to a laundromat as well. Luckily, it was a nice neighborhood, and only a couple blocks away.

I was just going to write this. Same! In SF, fluff and fold really is worth the money for basics like gym clothes, underwear, sheets, towels, etc.

For those who wear expensive jeans or just jeans in general, put them in the freezer instead of washing for 24-48 hours. It kills all the bacteria and doesn't ruin the rinse or fit.

by Anonymousreply 6005/01/2021

What about the other 2 thirds? Once every 2 years?

by Anonymousreply 6105/01/2021

There are few sensual non-sexual pleasures more satisfying then getting between fresh sheets after a luxurious bath.

So cool...so soft...so relaxing...yum.

by Anonymousreply 6205/01/2021

Each time I go to the UK, I always bring my own washcloths because many of the hotels don’t supply them. I remember asking for a washcloth and they said “What’s that?”😳 So this survey doesn’t surprise me. They don’t seem big on cleanliness or hygiene.

by Anonymousreply 6305/01/2021

They call 'washcloths' face washers.

by Anonymousreply 6405/01/2021

[quote]They call 'washcloths' face washers.

I described it to the hotel staff as a small piece of cloth to wash you face with and they still didn’t understand. And the fact that they weren’t supplied already in the bathroom with the towels means they must not use them.

by Anonymousreply 6505/01/2021

I'm surprised the build up of nocturnal emissions on the sheets after a year doesn't clog up the plumbing when they finally decide to wash them. I'm also surprised the sheets don't just fall apart in the washing machine from all that body filth eating away at the fabric.

by Anonymousreply 6605/01/2021

I believe it was on Datalounge that I learned washcloths were an African-American thing (mostly)?

by Anonymousreply 6705/01/2021

[quote]I believe it was on Datalounge that I learned washcloths were an African-American thing (mostly)?

Horseshit. Almost all Americans use them.

by Anonymousreply 6805/01/2021

This is probably TMI & anecdotal, but I went on a road trip with a friend, stopping at motels / hotels. I was showering daily but I noticed that my friend wasn't turning on the shower while in the bathroom. What I did notice was a used (wet) wash cloth or face towel on the edge of the tub (not mine).

I assumed my friend was wetting that cloth and doing a whore's bath type of thing.

Anyway, since then, I have never, ever ... ever used hotel wash cloths.

by Anonymousreply 6905/01/2021

I've seen posts where AA regularly mock white people for not using washcloths and also not washing their lower legs (that seems to be a source of amusement to them). I'm white and I admit that I don't use a washcloth but I think I'll start. I use a long handled brush for hard to reach spots though.

by Anonymousreply 7005/01/2021

ANECDOTE ALERT! My sister got pregnant by a Brit and moved over there to get married and have the baby. Father turned out to be a closeted lunatic but she said beyond that the hygiene was appalling. Her OBGYN office was filthy and when she asked about vitamins for pregnancy the doctor literally hollered at her "you Americans and your VITAMINS!!!"

by Anonymousreply 7105/01/2021

That doctor was right about the vitamins. If you eat the right foods you don't need vitamins. And besides 95% of any vitamin you take is pissed out in your urine.

by Anonymousreply 7205/01/2021

I thought the folic acid was very important for the baby's development so why not take a prenatal vitamin?

by Anonymousreply 7305/01/2021

R70, try the Salux (or Salux-type) nylon wash cloths. They're lightweight, easy to clean, fast-drying, good for travel. Also, cheap.

That's what I use, although I'm taking a break now from wash cloths due to skin issues (nothing gross).

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by Anonymousreply 7405/01/2021

I’m with R57. I hate sleeping under sheets and comforters- always have. I have them on the bed, but I usually just sleep under a light afghan.

by Anonymousreply 7505/01/2021

R72 t was more the anger and yelling that was absurd from a guy who didn't give a shit about his dirty office. The point is, Brits are dirty and they hate Americans. And pregnant women need to take folic acid even if they suspect they are pregnant. Other vitamins probs not so important.

by Anonymousreply 7605/01/2021

[quote]That doctor was right about the vitamins. If you eat the right foods you don't need vitamins. And besides 95% of any vitamin you take is pissed out in your urine.

Have you seen what the average Brit looks like? Im pretty sure most of them are not eating “the right foods.” So the doctors should be giving vitamins.

by Anonymousreply 7705/01/2021

Pregnant women should eat the following regularly and they'll get all the folic acid they need. And they wouldn't piss most of it out .

broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, spinach, peas, & kidney beans.

by Anonymousreply 7805/01/2021

The smell of smegma and body odor tend to cancel each other out, so it's all good.

by Anonymousreply 7905/01/2021

I find some mild smell of smegma and BO to be aphrodisiac. Maybe it's pheromonal?

by Anonymousreply 8005/01/2021

[quote]For those who wear expensive jeans or just jeans in general, put them in the freezer instead of washing for 24-48 hours. It kills all the bacteria and doesn't ruin the rinse or fit.

Jesus Christ. No. Putting your jeans in the freezer doesn't kill bacteria. Neither does it remove dead skin cells and oils; food, dirt and substances picked up from public spaces.

Laundering is the only way to clean them and remove the substances that bacteria feed on.

by Anonymousreply 8105/01/2021

After one year, washing is insufficient. The sheets should be replaced, I don't care how long they have in the family.

by Anonymousreply 8205/01/2021

I don’t like the idea of putting unwashed clothes in my freezer, alongside my foods.

by Anonymousreply 8305/01/2021

[quote] After one year, washing is insufficient. The sheets should be replaced, I don't care how long they have in the family.

I keep sheets for way longer than one year. Won’t be throwing them out unless ripped, worn-out, etc.

by Anonymousreply 8405/01/2021

I don't believe it. The poll after the article has completely different results.

by Anonymousreply 8505/01/2021

[quote]ANECDOTE ALERT! My sister got pregnant by a Brit and moved over there to get married and have the baby. Father turned out to be a closeted lunatic but she said beyond that the hygiene was appalling. Her OBGYN office was filthy and when she asked about vitamins for pregnancy the doctor literally hollered at her "you Americans and your VITAMINS!!!"

NHS! NHS!

by Anonymousreply 8605/01/2021

Putting dirty jeans in the freezer only kills the smell as long as the jeans are frozen. Just like smelling tennis shoes in the freezer, as soon as they thaw out the stink will return.

by Anonymousreply 8705/01/2021

After one year, washing is insufficient. The sheets should be replaced, I don't care how long they have in the family.

Not hardly. i bought 4 sets of 1000 thread count cotton bed linens over 6 years ago. They are still just as nice as the day I bought them. Now these 200 thread count sheets you see in some discount store probably wouldn't last very long.

by Anonymousreply 8805/01/2021

R22 - you are not right. When we were looking for a place, the Romanians were happy we were Americans. The owner told me the Femch executives who stayed here before would spend money on a cleaning lady who always found dirty underwear, dusty surfaces and towels and bed sheets that, by the end of the month smelled like "a horse". He said it was unreal. They have had washing machines here for less than 2 decades but everyone would wash them in heated water with bleach (only white cotton was available) each week. My roommate said she felt grossed out that her Spanish ex came straight from a hot say on the construction site with no shower and slept next to her with smelly feet and pits.

by Anonymousreply 8905/01/2021

Cancelling my English Airbnb reservation as I speak.

by Anonymousreply 9005/01/2021

Ah, getting in between clean, warm sheets is one of the best pleasures in the world; I wash my sheets every week, though I could probably skip a week, but I'd think they'd get pretty rancid rather quickly since most sheets are made of cheap material

by Anonymousreply 9105/01/2021

R59 BR = bedroom. If you have expensive sheets, it's better to use water-based lube since silicon-based will stain, comparable to a grease stain. It can be removed but requires special handling. I guess you could always throw a few towels over bedding, but think that somewhat hinders the moment.

by Anonymousreply 9205/01/2021

A third of British people only brush their TEETH once a year.

by Anonymousreply 9305/01/2021

Does this include QE II and other members of the Royal Family?

by Anonymousreply 9405/01/2021

[quote]For those who wear expensive jeans or just jeans in general, put them in the freezer instead of washing for 24-48 hours. It kills all the bacteria and doesn't ruin the rinse or fit.

Who are these idiots that think washing your jeans will ruin the look or fit? I wash my jeans all the time and they look exactly the same.

by Anonymousreply 9505/02/2021

I turn my jeans inside out before putting in the wash. I helps with less fading.

by Anonymousreply 9605/02/2021

It is true that not many people used face cloths, my dad did, in my head it's an old person thing, seems pointless when there's a shower to just not use hands to soap up with? Here's a link to (favourite old person store) Wilko, and their collection of face cloths for all you migrant Yanks over here in the UK that are desperate for a rag to wipe your faces with and who have run out of commemorative Trump 2021 towels.

Horseshit R89, a cleaning lady that found dusty surfaces and dirty towels is a surprise? If your job title has the word "cleaning" in it then get yourself where you like it, on all fours, and get fucking polishing love.

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by Anonymousreply 9705/02/2021

R97 - yeah you are right about that. But it was worse. She would find used underwear and smelly socks thrown on the floor and dirty, damp towels that smelled like mildew also on the bathroom floor. Ashtrays were full of cigarette butts by the sofa and in the kitchen. How does someone like to live in that smell for 14 days? l would be ashamed in front of the cleaning lady and definitely wouldn't tolerate such stench in my own space.

by Anonymousreply 9805/02/2021

R65 They don't call them "face washers". They call them "flannels".

by Anonymousreply 9905/02/2021

For me part of the shower process is to exfoliate. You always have a lot of tiny loose skin particles all over your body as the body sheds all the time, more so at different times of the year, especially if you have eczema as I do. Soaping up and washing yourself with nothing but your hand does not do the job adequately in my opinion. I like a nice rough wash cloth to get all those flakes. I also use one of those plastic mesh balls for the tougher parts of the body such as my lower legs

by Anonymousreply 10005/02/2021

[quote] 44 percent of Americans wash their sheets once or twice a month.11 percent wash their sheets once a quarter. 5 percent wash them only once or twice a year.

That’s a disgusting 60%. not much better.

by Anonymousreply 10105/02/2021

Well, if your Prime Minister looked like this....

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by Anonymousreply 10205/02/2021

I change my bed linens every Sunday (laundry day). But I sleep in a nightshirt. If i slept naked I'd change them twice a week, especially in the hot summer months. The idea of sleeping on sheets that haven't been washed in a year is nauseating.

by Anonymousreply 10305/02/2021

I wash my sheets every three days. Comforter every 2 weeks. I have a cat. He’s clean but he sometimes goes from the litterbox to my bed and, well, eek!

by Anonymousreply 10405/02/2021

You guys are grossing me out. I just washed my sheets after 2 years cuz of you.

by Anonymousreply 10505/02/2021

I wash my sheets every three weeks, change pillowcases every week. NO ONE touches my bed, even me, before taking a shower. I hate, I mean absolutely loathe when people allow dogs or put their shoes on their beds.

by Anonymousreply 10605/02/2021

R106 - agreed. I have 3 sets. I wash them every 2 weeks and change every week. I would rather sleep with no sheets than on sheets I know are dirty. I also neve allow pets pe shoes or even clothes I wear outside the house on the sheets. Shower and THEN hit the sheets. Some people are nasty.

by Anonymousreply 10705/02/2021

Karl Lagerfeld had his maid change the sheets every day. He said he enjoyed that hotel feeling of fresh, clean sheets. Sigh. I wish I could afford someone to change my sheets every day.

by Anonymousreply 10805/02/2021

r84 r88

Sorry! I worded this incorrectly.

[quote]After one year, washing is insufficient. The sheets should be replaced, I don't care how long they have in the family.

If you only wash your sheets once a year, they need to be replaced. I don't care how long they have been the family or if nana embroidered the edges of the pillowcases.

by Anonymousreply 10905/02/2021

R108 - too bad the old queen went celibate and then dead. I would've loved to mess up a younger Karl's sheets.

by Anonymousreply 11005/03/2021

Brits don’t even wash their dishes properly and London was found to test positive for feces on almost every item in public. It’s the dirtiest place on earth. They literally have fatbergs in their sewers (wadded up mountains of shit).

by Anonymousreply 11105/03/2021

Gosh! Makes you wonder how they are all still alive R111, but could it possibly be that you have something in common with the sewers?

by Anonymousreply 11205/03/2021

I would've given you two WWs if I could, R112, one for the wit and another for the Dolomite Sprint you have as your name. ❤

by Anonymousreply 11305/03/2021

[quote] I've seen posts where AA regularly mock white people for not using washcloths and also not washing their lower legs (that seems to be a source of amusement to them). I'm white and I admit that I don't use a washcloth but I think I'll start. I use a long handled brush for hard to reach spots though.

Black people use wash cloths because the wiping motions exfoliates off dead cells and eliminates the potential of dreaded ashy elbows and knees. They also use emollient moisturising products for this purpose, hence why more careful washing is required than a soap-neck-pits-crack-then-drip type shower.

by Anonymousreply 11405/03/2021

That is so gross. Why would people wait a year to wash their linens? I’m still disappointed that the hotels don’t wanna change the beds every day

by Anonymousreply 11505/03/2021

I was a clean American teen and young man but there was a certain sensuality in letting myself get funky or being with another funky hottie. It doesn't work past the thirties. Certainly over 50, body effluvium has zero olfactive charm, outside the act of sex itself, and even then there is no guarantee.

by Anonymousreply 11605/03/2021

Gross. I feel sorry for whoever steps foot in a British teenager's room without a gas mask.

by Anonymousreply 11705/03/2021

Gross !!!

by Anonymousreply 11805/03/2021

[quote]Worryingly, one in ten men (10%) of men claimed to wash their underwear after every 10 washes, compared to just 3% of women.

Well that would make me..... quite an extreme outlier, I imagine.

by Anonymousreply 11905/03/2021

And some people still blame Meghan for leaving.

by Anonymousreply 12005/03/2021

Funny guy r120

by Anonymousreply 12105/03/2021

I don't use bedsheets, just a blanket. I sleep on top of my down comforter with the blanket over me.

by Anonymousreply 12205/03/2021

Well don't you put a duvet cover on that down comforter?

by Anonymousreply 12305/03/2021

[quote]I believe it was on Datalounge that I learned washcloths were an African-American thing (mostly)?

Lots of white guys use bar soap and their hands. Cue the screaming queens about how that's not "clean." Whatever. It is.

by Anonymousreply 12405/03/2021

Yes I do r123! Forgot to mention that.

by Anonymousreply 12505/03/2021

[quote]NO ONE touches my bed, even me, before taking a shower.

I shower every night, I can't get into bed without a shower. It's such a lovely clean feeling. I also shower in the morning.

by Anonymousreply 12605/03/2021

Former DL Fave William Dead Eyes O'Connor doesn't use soap on his pure pale perfectly hirsute Irish Americanness.

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by Anonymousreply 12705/03/2021

[quote]. Soaping up and washing yourself with nothing but your hand does not do the job adequately in my opinion. I like a nice rough wash cloth to get all those flakes.

If I used a rough wash cloth my skin would be dry and flaky AF.

by Anonymousreply 12805/03/2021

[quote]Former DL Fave William Dead Eyes O'Connor doesn't use soap on his pure pale perfectly hirsute Irish Americanness.

Well at least that's one thing his father-in-law doesn't have to pay for!

by Anonymousreply 12905/03/2021

Much obliged to you R113, and may I say that I equally approve of your name too!

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by Anonymousreply 13005/04/2021

That's what disposable paper sheets are for.

by Anonymousreply 131Last Thursday at 12:06 PM

sluts and whores

by Anonymousreply 132Last Thursday at 12:20 PM
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