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how long after you change your clothes? hours, days, week, or month?

it maybe stupid question
Posted 9/18/15 , edited 9/18/15
Everyday.

As I hope everyone else does....
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I like wearing different outfits so I usually don't wear my clothes for more than a week. There was a point in my life where I would change twice everyday, but then I realized that I was just paranoid.
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o _ o

dayum, monthz is an option?
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I'm a hippie during my days off from work. No bath, same clothes. That's two days every week. Getting rain down myself or doing some swimming are considered a bath to me.

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Gyava wrote:

o _ o

dayum, monthz is an option?



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AiYumega wrote:

Everyday.

As I hope everyone else does....



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Not specified. Usually hours, or a day. Depending on the situation.
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Twice a day during the summer time becuase of how hot it gets out here in AZ
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Um... if you're asking when I physically take off clothes and put on other ones, then I do it every morning and every evening because pyjamas. If you're asking how often I do my laundry, it's once a week because our laundry room is down four flights of stairs so I'd rather do frequent small loads of laundry than big heavy ones less often.
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New shirt every day, pants as necessary due to how clean they may or may not be.

Typically if I'm just sitting in an office chair for the day, they don't get so dirty I need to change, and as soon as I'm home for the day, the pants come off.

If I'm outside doing a lot of dirty work, they get changed ASAP, (though depending on how dirty they are, I may actually use them again if I have another really filthy activity planned the next day).

This system kind of developed after having too many variable activities, and getting sick and damned tired of doing some sort of work that was clean and then utterly trashing those clothes because immediately after I'd have OTHER work that got me damned nasty in a short amount of time.

And don't get me started on how many fucking times I thought I would show up at a job to do one thing, only to find out I would be doing something else (especially surprise painting related projects), and DESTROYED the chance of wearing a pair of nice pants again.

Shirts are easier to replace on the other hand, get dirty quicker, and I stopped wearing nice button down shirts when I stopped working purely in a retail/office setting.

The showering thing though... at least once a day. I cannot compromise on that. Sometimes twice for the same reasons as above..
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Usually everyday after showers or going outside etc
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This thread reminded me that I needed a shower.


Granted, I have the flu.
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I never change my clothes until they rot off my body like a true internet warrior.
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I'll maybe wear jeans or jackets for a couple days but obviously not longer than that. Same goes for socks. Otherwise everything I wear is washed routinely.
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