I've been waering the exact same close for three days

Discussion in 'True Confessions' started by D_MAN, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. D_MAN

    D_MAN Member

    They actually don't smell that bad, and I've taken them off to take a shower, and I have a sweatshirt over my brown shirt, which is now completely stained. thought you ought to know.

    Ah, yes, and I hope to continue wearing them for the next week or so, unfortunately I may have to change out of them to run track practice...but "Yes I eat cow, I am not proud,"
  2. laurenq

    laurenq Member

    you sound like my french exchange student hahah
  3. D_MAN

    D_MAN Member

    how the fuck do you spell close? Like c-l-o-s-e? That looks wrong.
  4. laurenq

    laurenq Member



    ohh d man
  5. Ms.Oh!

    Ms.Oh! Senior Member

    last week i wore the same clothes for like 4 days.. without showering!! i was recovering from surgury and in a stupor.. and im sure i smelled
  6. I usually only do that when I'm sick.
  7. sarahrei

    sarahrei ~Lover~

    This thread rocks
  8. Lady of the Freaks

    Lady of the Freaks Senior Member

    three days isn't that bad. :tongue:
  9. Quoth the Raven

    Quoth the Raven RaveIan

    Pfft, three days.. lightweight ;)
    These are currently 9 days old, no plans to change yet. Works out OK and I save a lot on laundry.
  10. i also agree with this
  11. laurenq

    laurenq Member

    once i wore my pajamas for like three days straight lawl
  12. D_MAN

    D_MAN Member

    Hey, guys, just gimme a chance...its almost spring break...had ta take the ol buggers off for about...lets see...about 11 hours, but they're back on again and probably for a while now. My brown shirt is turning orange, haven't figured that un out yet. But yes this thread rules.
  13. Friends

    Friends Member

    i will wear cloths tell they either look dirty or smell bad. three days is just fine.
  14. Beckner420

    Beckner420 troll

    If im being a hermit ill wear the same clothes for a while and neglect my laundry.

    If people werent so retardedly obsessed with clean clothes the world would be better off.
  15. D_MAN

    D_MAN Member

    That's an absurd claim. :wank:
  16. FireflyInTheDark

    FireflyInTheDark Sell-out with a Heart of Gold

    I have done that after I get out of school. You know, right when vacation starts and I'm doing my best to be as lazy as possible just because I CAN and changing clothes would just be too much effort... Why not? It's not like I sweat in my sleep. If it ain't 80 degrees outside and I don't have to be anywhere, these babies are stayin' on. :)
    3 days is my limit, though. By that time, I've gotten the "sit on my ass" out of my system and I'm ready to start doing things around the house, go outside, etc.
  17. Lady of the Freaks

    Lady of the Freaks Senior Member

    actually, most people use tons of toxic chemicals on their laundry...so it's true. most people reek of a chemical stink that makes me sick because of it.
  18. FireflyInTheDark

    FireflyInTheDark Sell-out with a Heart of Gold

    I've tried natural laundry detergent... It made me swell up in places I won't mention. :eek:
    Maybe if I found another one, but I don't know if I want to try... It was a pretty scary experience.
  19. mr.greenxxx

    mr.greenxxx Not an Average Bear

    pft i wore some clothes for a week straight, ofc if it gets dirty i wash it. if its not, then wear it untill it is (usually 2-3 days). ofc this doesnt go for underwear.
  20. Lady of the Freaks

    Lady of the Freaks Senior Member

    you're probably allergic to something in it. most of them seem to have a coconut oil base. the one i use also has corn oil, orange peel extract and grapefruit seed extract in it. so if you're allergic to any of those things, you could have a problem with it.

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