New Queen’s Research Finds Clothes Best Left in Crumpled Pile on Floor
An exciting new study from the Department of Sociology (formerly Department of Bong Hits) has determined that - rather than hanging in a closet or folded in a dresser, clothes actually retain the best condition when just “kinda tossed on the floor, wherever.”
“Our research clearly shows that clothes achieve peak state and, by relation, sexiness after being thrown in the corner of the room, over by the amp for a week, week and a half” said Dr. Alex Schur, the lead researcher. The most extensive study ever conducted at Queen’s, with a sample size of 12 students and one 15-year-old who was trolling the internet-based study as ‘Deez Nuts’, the department is hoping that this research can influence retail trends in the Kingston area. “This could spark a revolution in clothing,” Schur said. “Instead of having a tag that says ‘machine wash, dry on low heat’ it would say ‘lazily toss, occasionally fabreeze’.”

New Queen’s Research Finds Clothes Best Left in Crumpled Pile on Floor
An exciting new study from the Department of Sociology (formerly Department of Bong Hits) has determined that - rather than hanging in a closet or folded in a dresser, clothes actually retain the best condition when just “kinda tossed on the floor, wherever.”
“Our research clearly shows that clothes achieve peak state and, by relation, sexiness after being thrown in the corner of the room, over by the amp for a week, week and a half” said Dr. Alex Schur, the lead researcher. The most extensive study ever conducted at Queen’s, with a sample size of 12 students and one 15-year-old who was trolling the internet-based study as ‘Deez Nuts’, the department is hoping that this research can influence retail trends in the Kingston area. “This could spark a revolution in clothing,” Schur said. “Instead of having a tag that says ‘machine wash, dry on low heat’ it would say ‘lazily toss, occasionally fabreeze’.”