This seems to be partly because people have a hard time being completely honest, even when surveyed in ways that safeguard their anonymity.
Am I trying to instigate fights by throwing wine at people just to get on camera, and maybe also promote my new lifestyle website, Jennas-Side.com? I mean, is wine-throwing something that even gets you on a reality show?
I believe that when you have a problem, you talk it over with your priest, or your tailor, or the mute elevator porter at your men's club, and you take that problem and crush it with your mind vice.
Thanks to a study from the USDA's Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center in Grand Forks, ND, published in the International Journal of Obesity, we know exactly how much we can subtract to account for clothing.
The researchers studied 50 adults for a year, weighing them with and without clothing during each of the four seasons to account for various types of clothing.