London, Aug 20 (ANI): Almost twenty percent of British women have gone to work without wearing their knickers, says a new book.
The book titled '8 Out Of 10 Brits' by Charlie Croker has revealed that women own 22 pairs of knickers on average - and nearly 1in 5 has gone to work knickerless.
They also spend three hours a day on housework on average, reports The Sun.
Coming on to the blokes, the book revealed that around 8 per cent of them never brush their teeth in the morning.
And when it comes household work, men clock up one hour and forty minutes.
Forty two per cent of the people have admitted to having sex in the cars - 52 per cent of men and 34 per cent of women.
While 11 per cent of don't wash hands after using the toilet, 36 per cent said they do not take a bath or shower every day.
Women spend 27.5 minutes in the bathroom, compared to 20.7 by men.
Sixty-four per cent of women have said that they find clothes shopping "depressing" and ten per cent have cried in a changing room.
Thirty-nine per cent Brits read on the loo, 21 per cent text and 21 per cent talk either on phone or to family member. (ANI)