Remember the good ol’ uni days, when our packed studyingÂ (read: binge web surfing) schedule meant no time for laundry?
How many times did we find ourselves rummaging through piles of unwashed clothes, frantically sniffing each one before putting on the least smelly one then head out to class?
A new survey done by UK laundry brand Muvo has tabulated some really shocking outcomes: 61 per cent of female students admitted to turning their underwear inside out to get an extra dayâ€™s wear out of it, as opposed to â€˜onlyâ€™ 45 per cent of guys.
The survey questioned 1005 uni students across the UK and found that girls were generally the more care-free gender.
Other â€˜highlightsâ€™ include this interesting stat: three quarters (74 per cent) of female students are more likely do dig something out of the washing pile, vs. 55 per cent of male students.
And before you point out that intellect is ‘pre-packaged’ with great hygiene, you guessed it wrong.
The most likely offenders hail from Oxbridge (90 per cent of Cambridge students and 69 per cent of Oxford students), compared to only 48 per cent of Bristol based students and 39 per cent of those at Sheffield.
Now, how’s that for an eye-opener.MYNEWSHUB