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    When is it Time to Wash Your Jeans? Published: 13.10.2008 | Author: dcollins | Category: News-and-Society

    So you鈥檝e had the same jeans on for, well you can鈥檛 quite remember, and yet you may still have plans on going to the pub or club with them on. While it鈥檚 not a question on most people鈥檚 minds on an average day it鈥檚 still an important one: just how often should you wash your jeans? The answer lies in your personality traits; have a look below and see where you (or someone you know) fit in.

    The ‘devil may care’ type 鈥?This type of person really couldn鈥檛 care less when he last washed his jeans. There may be splashes of chilli sauce from last week鈥檚 late-night kebab, but that just makes him more interesting, doesn鈥檛 it? He doesn鈥檛 care what other people think of him and he鈥檒l get round to washing his jeans when he next goes round to his mum鈥檚 for Sunday lunch and she complains about the smell.

    The ‘Monica from Friends’ type 鈥?A place for everything and everything in its place. This guy cares more about his appearance – and germs – than you could think. Anyone could have been sitting on that park bench or seat on the bus, so washing his jeans every day is an absolute must.

    The ‘dirty but interesting’ type 鈥?This sort of person deliberately doesn鈥檛 wash his jeans for a couple of weeks at a time, probably because he鈥檚 in a band and it makes him look more weathered and a little bit mysterious. He鈥檚 probably got another few pairs at home, just worn to get the right look and then not washed for a while.

    The ‘everyday man’ 鈥?It鈥檚 not at the top of his list of priorities but he knows a clean pair of jeans from a filthy pair and when each of these is suitable attire. Clean jeans for a date or night out and any old pair will do for lounging around the flat playing video games or watching TV.

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