Self-Cleaning Underwear: A Bloggers Dream Come True

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The US Air Force has developed self-cleaning underwear that kills bacteria and forces liquids to bead and roll off. They might have had people who don't have easy access to laundry facilities in mind when they developed this, but something tells me it'll be more popular with people who have access to laundry machines but are just too damned lazy to wash their clothes. Just what we need, an excuse for lazy slobs to be even lazier and slobbier. Thanks, Air Force.

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So you mean to tell me that 10-20 mm x 10cm swath of human excrement is going to miraculously 'disappear' when it comes into contact with this material? If it doesn't 'stick' to this material, you know WHERE it's going to stick to instead!