I’m uncomfortable 😂😂— Nicole Silverio (@NicoleMSilverio) May 10, 2023
I could have gone an eternity w/o this gross tidbit of information…— Milenka~ (@MilenaAmit) May 10, 2023
Seth Miller, editor of airline-industry news site PaxEx.aero, told the Post the subject is intensely personal.
That’s more information than we need or want to know, Whoopi. Plus, the idea of you not wearing underwear is disgusting.— Miriam Hoekstra (@hoekstra_miriam) May 10, 2023
“The style, the color, the material, all those things people feel pretty strongly about for comfort,” Miller said, noting that buying replacement underwear on a trip is disorienting for some people.
“We fall into three patterns, going by either highly specific math, blind fear or chaotic vibes,” the Post’s Natalie Compton wrote. “I heard from those who decide by calculations like doubling underwear by the days of their trip or multiplying the number of days times 1.3; others who went with my loose handful approach; and panic packers who throw entire underwear drawers into their suitcases, fearing the worst,” she said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
When your tweet becomes the spark for an article. Also, I love how everyone was so passionate yet so civil in my original travel underwear tweet -> How much underwear should you pack for a trip? – The Washington Post https://t.co/eq0tjCf1DR— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) May 10, 2023