‘Vanity Fair’ Discovers Americans Sometimes Don’t Wear Underwear

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According to a poll from scientific dream team Vanity Fair and 60 Minutes, the person next to you is possibly not wearing underwear. If their annual fashion survey is correct, then there’s a distinct, 7 percent chance that they are definitely not wearing underwear. There’s an even more distinct 18 percent chance they might not be wearing undies — 5 percent skip the skivvies once a week, and 13 percent let it all hang out “occasionally.” It’s a free country! Also, a breezy country. Or a country where we hate laundry.

Meanwhile, thirty-nine percent of people say they never, ever go commando, and an almost equal number — 35 percent — say they don’t know what “commando” means and are generally confused.