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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - In what might embarrass less adventurous souls, astronaut Koichi Wakata is returning to Earth with the underwear he kept on for a solid month during his space station stay and scientists will check them out.
They’re experimental high-tech undies, designed in Japan to be odor free.
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Go to any college dorm and you can check that out.....Front, back, inside out..four days with the same pair......Had a roommate like that.....
Played with a guy in a mens hockey league who would take underwear out of his hockey bag and wear them every game. The same undies ... never washed. I was like wtf with that. He says he was injured a lot in high school ... noticed he never got injured when he wore those undies when he started playing in college ... swears they were good luck for him. It was nasty. He had lucky undies and t-shirt ... phewwww.