There’s a good reason some people think the younger generation is foul. A new study has found that almost 40 percent of young adults don’t use deodorant.
The research group YouGov studied test group’s habits over a month, and found that 40 percent of people between 18 and 24 didn’t apply deodorant once. The study also found that 30 percent of adults between 25 and 34 also don’t bother protecting their pits.
Oddly enough, the same study found young adults wash their hair about as often as their parents’ generation.
Is there a logical reason for this sudden anti-deodorant trend?
Have you ever had to deal with a really stinky person at work or school?