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2012-12-30 12:12:34 PM  

hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic


/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets


Which is sooooo much more hygenic than rubbing it all over skin-tight clothes 24/7.

Here, learn something.
 
2012-12-30 12:13:16 PM  

Dr. Goldshnoz: Needlessly Complicated: The SO doesn't sleep in the nude because there are cats in the house and occasionally they like to play a rousing game of "chase the giblets," if you know what I mean. And I think you do.

Why don't you save the SO's gibblets, and your sanity by getting rid of them? You know cats infect humans with a mind altering pathogen right?


*backing away slowly*
 
2012-12-30 12:14:20 PM  

hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic


/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets


Is it any worse than wearing underwear and keeping ball sweat and ass pressed against the body?

Besides, a certain amount of germs are good for keeping the immune system in tip-top shape. I have a somewhat unhygienic lifestyle and I maybe get sick once every couple of years. I'll bet that people who live in a sterile environment are far more vulnerable to getting sick when they do encounter bacteria...
 
2012-12-30 12:16:13 PM  
But, have you ever slept naked on the beach? And wake up bright and early with the crabs?
 
2012-12-30 12:18:20 PM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Teufelaffe: Real Women Drink Akvavit: I had no idea I was so edgy by refusing to wear "stuff" while sleeping. Pajamas are for strolling around the house on your days off. That's why some of them are so cute. Who you gonna impress when you're sleeping? Just strip down, roll up in your comforter like a little burrito (if you're single, as I am) and saw some logs in comfort. Geez,  peeps. What is the  problem with being nekkid some people seem to have? I don't really remember it, but I'm pretty sure I was born nekkid. It is simply the natural state of being.

Some of us need to wear at least underwear to keep the more...floppy bits from getting into rather uncomfortable positions. Were I female, I'd probably sleep in the nude, but alas I am a mere male and thus wear underwear to bed.

Well, you need a female to help keep your more floppy bits in one place then, dontcha?

:-D


I'm always up for a female to help with my more floppy bits.
 
2012-12-30 12:19:02 PM  
I really hope those 8% aren't parents
 
2012-12-30 12:21:19 PM  

Primum: That's insane. Who would sleep with any clothes on? That is downright unnatural. Having elastic of underwear pinching your fat for another eight hours? You need to let your body recover at night from the trauma of wearing clothes. I've been sleeping nude for 25 years.

Happiness is waking up with your erection pushing against a 600tc Egyptian cotton duvet-cover.

Best bed: mattress-cover -- bottom sheet -- then duvet inside duvet-cover on top. No blankets, no sheets, nothing to get twisted up. In the morning, fluff up duvet and voila your bed is made. This is how Europeans do it and they pretty much do everything better than dummy Americans.

People who sleep with clothes on or with tight top sheets pinning them inside the bed are cracked.


Slept on top of a made bed in basic.

Sucks to be cold and waiting in front of the chow hall, during the winter, in Texas.

/shoe aligner
 
2012-12-30 12:21:28 PM  
Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?
 
2012-12-30 12:21:48 PM  

Cuchulane: What if you sleep wearing only a toque and socks? What does that count as?


Going Canadian, eh.
 
2012-12-30 12:23:09 PM  

Benjamin Orr: I really hope those 8% aren't parents


I am an 8%er and a parent. Once they are old enough to tell them 'you don't want to just jump on my bed like that', you can go back to being 8%er.
 
2012-12-30 12:23:10 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic


/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets

Which is sooooo much more hygenic than rubbing it all over skin-tight clothes 24/7.

Here, learn something.


Dammit...I think I inverted my sarcasm there.

/please insert coffee

Psycat: hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic


/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets

Is it any worse than wearing underwear and keeping ball sweat and ass pressed against the body?

Besides, a certain amount of germs are good for keeping the immune system in tip-top shape. I have a somewhat unhygienic lifestyle and I maybe get sick once every couple of years. I'll bet that people who live in a sterile environment are far more vulnerable to getting sick when they do encounter bacteria...


That's what I was driving at. Thanks.
 
2012-12-30 12:23:11 PM  
I can sleep naked, but I absolutely must wear socks. Naked feet are just too uncomfortable for me, even in summer.

\farkette
 
2012-12-30 12:23:23 PM  

Cuchulane: What if you sleep wearing only a toque and socks? What does that count as?


Canadian.
 
2012-12-30 12:24:33 PM  

DirtyOldGeek: vudukungfu: SnarfVader: I used to as a teenager, but that stopped when I enlisted in the Navy.

/Yeah, go ahead. I've heard them all before.

Thank you for your service, miss.

Miss?? From his bio:

have a loving wife and three daughters.

Check his bio. Hot wife? Check. Barrett .50 mm sniper rifle? Check.


It's all overcompensation for having spent time in the navy. They actually put name labels on the ass of the pants so you know who you're...whatevering.

/the second part is the truth

Agent Smiths Laugh: breadprincess: Can't do it, I'm way too sensitive to textures so I have to wear pajamas to sleep.

This is a thing? Really?


Yes.
Also, leg hair doesn't necessarily like bedding fabrics. It all adds up, static cling, hair getting caught/snagged, textures, stray threads.

I sleep in sweats because otherwise I wake up in a panic because it feels like spiders crawling on and occasionally biting me. An instinct thing, not arachnaphobic. Just frequently enough to warrant the precaution.

Used to sleep in the nude though(with socks). Do still on occasion when I can deal with the risk of not getting a good nights sleep.

/guy

I think a lot of how we dress(or don't) for bed is a direct result of how deeply we sleep. I'm a very light sleeper bordering on insomniac. Sleep is a precious commodity for me.
 
2012-12-30 12:25:15 PM  

Primum: Happiness is waking up with your erection pushing against a 600tc Egyptian cotton duvet-cover  Elizabeth Banks.


Fixed for you.
 
2012-12-30 12:26:14 PM  

FizixJunkee: I can sleep naked, but I absolutely must wear socks. Naked feet are just too uncomfortable for me, even in summer.

\farkette


I'm the opposite. I despise socks. Especially after a long day in them.

Though naked women with socks on...that may just be a turn-on for me. A foot fetishist I am not.
 
2012-12-30 12:27:50 PM  
Says husband, "we few, we happy few."
 
2012-12-30 12:27:50 PM  

Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?


Unless I saw evidence that the sheets haven't been changed, heck yes. I don't know if it's my Germanic lineage, but I don't really have any hang-ups about being naked. I went to a couple of nudist outings several years ago and the most remarkable thing about them is how dull they are. I swear most nudists seem to be humongously fat, bearded guys in their 60s who look like Santa's evil twin. Also, the novelty wears off in about 3-1/2 minutes and then you're lounging around a pool making chit-chat about sports or something else equally dull.
 
2012-12-30 12:29:04 PM  

lack of warmth: Benjamin Orr: I really hope those 8% aren't parents

I am an 8%er and a parent. Once they are old enough to tell them 'you don't want to just jump on my bed like that', you can go back to being 8%er.


Ewww... I guess you live somewhere cold where you are always under a few layers?
 
2012-12-30 12:29:14 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: breadprincess: Can't do it, I'm way too sensitive to textures so I have to wear pajamas to sleep.

This is a thing? Really?

Ennuipoet: The primary reason to sleep in at least underwear is skid marks on the good sheets after Burrito Night at Chili's.

It's just common sense, people.

Or, you know, you could just wipe your ass.


Oh? You don't think you have slipped greaser in your sleep?
 
2012-12-30 12:30:37 PM  

Teufelaffe: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Teufelaffe: Real Women Drink Akvavit: I had no idea I was so edgy by refusing to wear "stuff" while sleeping. Pajamas are for strolling around the house on your days off. That's why some of them are so cute. Who you gonna impress when you're sleeping? Just strip down, roll up in your comforter like a little burrito (if you're single, as I am) and saw some logs in comfort. Geez,  peeps. What is the  problem with being nekkid some people seem to have? I don't really remember it, but I'm pretty sure I was born nekkid. It is simply the natural state of being.

Some of us need to wear at least underwear to keep the more...floppy bits from getting into rather uncomfortable positions. Were I female, I'd probably sleep in the nude, but alas I am a mere male and thus wear underwear to bed.

Well, you need a female to help keep your more floppy bits in one place then, dontcha?

:-D

I'm always up for a female to help with my more floppy bits.


Well, having a female about would indeed help with the "floppy" part, wouldn't it?

Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?


The sheets must be washed and changed on checkout, at minimum. It's the comforter and pillows one must fear. The only have to wash those once per year. PER YEAR.

I don't understand laws a lot of the time, but dang, you'd think they'd be required to have some modicum of hygiene when it comes to the bedspread/comforter thingies and the pillows. Apparently not.
 
2012-12-30 12:33:12 PM  

Psycat: Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?

Unless I saw evidence that the sheets haven't been changed, heck yes. I don't know if it's my Germanic lineage, but I don't really have any hang-ups about being naked. I went to a couple of nudist outings several years ago and the most remarkable thing about them is how dull they are. I swear most nudists seem to be humongously fat, bearded guys in their 60s who look like Santa's evil twin. Also, the novelty wears off in about 3-1/2 minutes and then you're lounging around a pool making chit-chat about sports or something else equally dull.


EVERYONE should sleep naked in hotel rooms. And keep their clothes hung-up or in their suitcase - which would be stored as far away from the floor as possible. That is the best way of preventing bed-bugs from hitching a ride home with you.

/travels for work entirely too much
 
2012-12-30 12:33:40 PM  

omeganuepsilon: Also, leg hair doesn't necessarily like bedding fabrics. It all adds up, static cling, hair getting caught/snagged, textures, stray threads.


My hair doesn't like staying in clothes 98+ percent of the time. Itches.
 
2012-12-30 12:34:16 PM  

madgonad: Psycat: Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?

Unless I saw evidence that the sheets haven't been changed, heck yes. I don't know if it's my Germanic lineage, but I don't really have any hang-ups about being naked. I went to a couple of nudist outings several years ago and the most remarkable thing about them is how dull they are. I swear most nudists seem to be humongously fat, bearded guys in their 60s who look like Santa's evil twin. Also, the novelty wears off in about 3-1/2 minutes and then you're lounging around a pool making chit-chat about sports or something else equally dull.

EVERYONE should sleep naked in hotel rooms. And keep their clothes hung-up or in their suitcase - which would be stored as far away from the floor as possible. That is the best way of preventing bed-bugs from hitching a ride home with you.

/travels for work entirely too much


How are your crabs doing?
 
2012-12-30 12:34:31 PM  

Benjamin Orr: lack of warmth: Benjamin Orr: I really hope those 8% aren't parents

I am an 8%er and a parent. Once they are old enough to tell them 'you don't want to just jump on my bed like that', you can go back to being 8%er.

Ewww... I guess you live somewhere cold where you are always under a few layers?


Yes, because children may see the naked and be scarred for life, the precious little snowflakes.

Or maybe they could be raised recognizing that naked is natural, that the human body is nothing to be ashamed of, and the values of privacy and rules.

Ennuipoet: Agent Smiths Laugh: breadprincess: Can't do it, I'm way too sensitive to textures so I have to wear pajamas to sleep.

This is a thing? Really?

Ennuipoet: The primary reason to sleep in at least underwear is skid marks on the good sheets after Burrito Night at Chili's.

It's just common sense, people.

Or, you know, you could just wipe your ass.

Oh? You don't think you have slipped greaser in your sleep?


(checks bed) Nope...no discernible detritus.
 
2012-12-30 12:34:49 PM  
Is the obvious tag busy searching for a fig leaf to cover its shame?
 
2012-12-30 12:36:04 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: Psycat: hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic

/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets

Is it any worse than wearing underwear and keeping ball sweat and ass pressed against the body?

Besides, a certain amount of germs are good for keeping the immune system in tip-top shape. I have a somewhat unhygienic lifestyle and I maybe get sick once every couple of years. I'll bet that people who live in a sterile environment are far more vulnerable to getting sick when they do encounter bacteria...

That's what I was driving at. Thanks.


No prob. It really is true; a lot of this generation of precious snowflakes are growing up with all sorts of nasty allergies to peanuts etc. because they've lived in an environment that was too sterile.

Historical fact: polio wasn't a major disease in the 1800s. Society was so dirty that most kids got polio when they were infants and still protected by their mothers' immune system. It wasn't until the 20th century that sanitary conditions improved to the point where people got polio in their teens and early twenties when it was far more devastating...
 
2012-12-30 12:37:14 PM  

Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?


Unless you're sleeping in a bubble I don't see much of a difference between putting some of the skin on it (especially the most sensitive head part) and all of it.

Of course I'll choose modesty if I'm in the hotel room with someone other than a sig other
 
2012-12-30 12:38:14 PM  
I sleep in the buff when it's bloody farking hot out. Otherwise, draws it is.
 
2012-12-30 12:38:31 PM  

Psycat: Agent Smiths Laugh: Psycat: hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic

/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets

Is it any worse than wearing underwear and keeping ball sweat and ass pressed against the body?

Besides, a certain amount of germs are good for keeping the immune system in tip-top shape. I have a somewhat unhygienic lifestyle and I maybe get sick once every couple of years. I'll bet that people who live in a sterile environment are far more vulnerable to getting sick when they do encounter bacteria...

That's what I was driving at. Thanks.

No prob. It really is true; a lot of this generation of precious snowflakes are growing up with all sorts of nasty allergies to peanuts etc. because they've lived in an environment that was too sterile.

Historical fact: polio wasn't a major disease in the 1800s. Society was so dirty that most kids got polio when they were infants and still protected by their mothers' immune system. It wasn't until the 20th century that sanitary conditions improved to the point where people got polio in their teens and early twenties when it was far more devastating...


It has been know for a long time that civilization causes health problems.
 
2012-12-30 12:39:22 PM  

madgonad: Psycat: Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?

Unless I saw evidence that the sheets haven't been changed, heck yes. I don't know if it's my Germanic lineage, but I don't really have any hang-ups about being naked. I went to a couple of nudist outings several years ago and the most remarkable thing about them is how dull they are. I swear most nudists seem to be humongously fat, bearded guys in their 60s who look like Santa's evil twin. Also, the novelty wears off in about 3-1/2 minutes and then you're lounging around a pool making chit-chat about sports or something else equally dull.

EVERYONE should sleep naked in hotel rooms. And keep their clothes hung-up or in their suitcase - which would be stored as far away from the floor as possible. That is the best way of preventing bed-bugs from hitching a ride home with you.

/travels for work entirely too much


Whoa, I haven't thought of that. I recently had a gig in Manhattan where there is a bedbug epidemic, but luckily didn't catch anything. From what I hear, bedbugs are truly satanic parasites and I can understand why people would be tempted to burn their houses down to get rid of them...
 
2012-12-30 12:42:45 PM  

Shakin_Haitian: Why are there so many people who crap themselves? Jesus.


This has been a point of pondering for me over the past couple of years. I see multiple messages each day like "I had to leave early because I crapped my pants" or "I had to do extra laundry because I shiat myself while watching TV."

This have never been a factor in the lives of my wife, myself, or my kids. We must have the - apparently - very rare superior bowel/bladder control gene.
 
2012-12-30 12:44:30 PM  
92% of Americans realize it's farking WINTER. Film at 11.
 
2012-12-30 12:45:12 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Psycat: Agent Smiths Laugh: Psycat: hbk72777: 8% of people are unhygienic

/nasty people rubbing their ball sweat and ass all over the sheets

Is it any worse than wearing underwear and keeping ball sweat and ass pressed against the body?

Besides, a certain amount of germs are good for keeping the immune system in tip-top shape. I have a somewhat unhygienic lifestyle and I maybe get sick once every couple of years. I'll bet that people who live in a sterile environment are far more vulnerable to getting sick when they do encounter bacteria...

That's what I was driving at. Thanks.

No prob. It really is true; a lot of this generation of precious snowflakes are growing up with all sorts of nasty allergies to peanuts etc. because they've lived in an environment that was too sterile.

Historical fact: polio wasn't a major disease in the 1800s. Society was so dirty that most kids got polio when they were infants and still protected by their mothers' immune system. It wasn't until the 20th century that sanitary conditions improved to the point where people got polio in their teens and early twenties when it was far more devastating...

It has been know for a long time that civilization causes health problems.


And that's the rub. Civilization has done good things for health like clearing swamps, inventing vaccines, and creating sewage systems. Civilization has done bad things like pollution, high-fructose corn syrup, stressful environments, etc. When I get rich and famous from my art (hah, hah), I intend to move to a remote part of Kaua'i where I'll have the advantages of civilization with a minimum of the bad effects...
 
2012-12-30 12:45:39 PM  

Benjamin Orr: I really hope those 8% aren't parents


I'm a parent of the female variety; our daughter sees me naked on a regular basis. From the looks of things, she's going to inherit my body size and shape (a good thing, if I do say so myself).
 
2012-12-30 12:45:45 PM  
I love pajamas more than I probably ought to. And I love crawling under the blankets too. It's a wonderful sleepy cocoon I blissfully enjoy every night.

/yes, my A/C bill sucks in the summer, how did you know?
 
2012-12-30 12:46:58 PM  
The only thing I wear at night is my girlfriend because she falls asleep on top of me
 
2012-12-30 12:47:19 PM  

Shadowtag: 92% of Americans realize it's farking WINTER. Film at 11.


There's this amazing invention, surprised you've never heard of it:

northwoodblanket.com
 
2012-12-30 12:51:01 PM  

RickN99: Shakin_Haitian: Why are there so many people who crap themselves? Jesus.

This has been a point of pondering for me over the past couple of years. I see multiple messages each day like "I had to leave early because I crapped my pants" or "I had to do extra laundry because I shiat myself while watching TV."

This have never been a factor in the lives of my wife, myself, or my kids. We must have the - apparently - very rare superior bowel/bladder control gene.


It's not that. If you have 1000 people, it only takes one mistaken fart a year of 365 different people in a year to see it once a day.

Now, if it's always the same guy, then there's an issue, but that's rare.

That one circumstance can happen for a wide variety of reasons, alcohol runs, illness, bad food/too much good but rich food, nervous runs. As someone said above, we've all had it happen.

If you haven't it's either a matter of time, or you live a very boring and safe life.
 
2012-12-30 12:51:20 PM  
One thing that strikes me as absurd: people who wear clean underwear in case they're involved in a bad accident. If you're been run over by a steam roller, dirty underwear is the least of your concerns. If my house burns down in the middle of the night--unless it's 20 below--being naked is going to be the last thing on my mind...
 
2012-12-30 12:51:34 PM  

chaosweaver: The only thing I wear at night is my girlfriend because she falls asleep on top of me


Narcolepsy must be hell on your sex-life.

FizixJunkee: Benjamin Orr: I really hope those 8% aren't parents

I'm a parent of the female variety; our daughter sees me naked on a regular basis. From the looks of things, she's going to inherit my body size and shape (a good thing, if I do say so myself).


Meaningless without pics.
 
2012-12-30 12:53:01 PM  

Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?


Yes, but I do make it a point to avoid the bedspread and the blanket.

/Just happened to have a blacklight with me once....
 
2012-12-30 12:55:22 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: chaosweaver: The only thing I wear at night is my girlfriend because she falls asleep on top of me

Narcolepsy must be hell on your sex-life.


The sex life probably causes the narcolepsy.
 
2012-12-30 12:56:19 PM  

RickN99: Shakin_Haitian: Why are there so many people who crap themselves? Jesus.

This has been a point of pondering for me over the past couple of years. I see multiple messages each day like "I had to leave early because I crapped my pants" or "I had to do extra laundry because I shiat myself while watching TV."

This have never been a factor in the lives of my wife, myself, or my kids. We must have the - apparently - very rare superior bowel/bladder control gene.


Do you eat vegetables? I'm thinking the people with fart extras probably consume close to zero fiber.

I down a glass of fiber every other night. No problems here.
 
2012-12-30 12:58:18 PM  
It all depends on what my butler has in mind for me. If the staff is shorthanded, they won't build my sleeping accommodations with all the necessary pomp and circumstance I adore. That includes the ceremonial reveal and display of my ample manhood. Without those extra people, it's just "sew on the silks" and off we go. Very droll if you asked me.
 
2012-12-30 12:59:01 PM  
I have to get up on occasion to fetch glasses of water for my rotten spawn, so nightgown it is. Before them, though, it was undies and tank top.
 
2012-12-30 01:01:34 PM  

Nullav: No thanks. I turn in my sleep, and I don't want to be woken up by rug-burn.


Dude, did you buy the Hotel Luxury Linens? Cause their thread counts are all whacked. It's like sleeping on sandpaper!

widelantern.com
 
2012-12-30 01:02:30 PM  
I don't sleep naked because I have big boobs and it's rather painful to have someone squashing your nipples with their arm. That's an unpleasant awakening, let me tell you.
 
2012-12-30 01:04:51 PM  

Catlike Typist: Yes, but would you sleep naked on hotel sheets?


Never scan a hotel room with an ultra-violate light. You'll be sleeping in your car.
 
2012-12-30 01:05:26 PM  
I sleep either nude or in underwear only. It goes one way or the other approximately 50/50. Except on the nights that we tear one off the wife always wears a nighty. Dont know why. Seems weird to me but her explanation is always something like "what if there is a fire or something and we have to run outside?" I figure I have bigger problems than being nude in front of the neighbors if that happens. She is generally more concerned with nudity for some reason. I wander around our bedroom naked in front of the windows. Even though nobody can see in due to tree positioning, etc, she wont. Wierd.
 
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