A woman’s unexpected confession has TikTok absolutely seething.
We all have our quirks, especially when we’re alone. Some people crack their knuckles or bite their nails. But TikToker @juliakcrist even shocked herself when she “exposed” her strange secret. The content creator revealed that she, in fact, enjoys sleeping in jeans. People were quick to clown her, but it was all in good fun.
“There’s so much you don’t know about me,” her caption read. “I like to sleep in jeans.”
She added, “[I] can’t believe I’m exposing myself like this.”
“I thought I was the only one,” a person commented.
“That’s like sociopathic tendencies. That is NOT OK. Lol,” another joked.
“I don’t even enjoy wearing jeans during the day,” someone said.
Experts tend to be on the side of the comment section here. Gynecologist Dr. Alyssa Dweck told Metro that not only is it best to avoid sleeping with pants on, but it’s preferable to avoid underwear altogether.
Dr. Dweck told Metro that when the pubic area “is constantly covered, especially by a fabric that’s not moisture-wicking or absorbent, moisture collects, creating the perfect breeding ground for bacteria or yeast.”
This can cause an increase in ingrown hairs and infections in pre-existing ingrown hairs while also making you more susceptible to thrush. For those who like to wear pants or underwear in bed, always opt for something loose-fitting.
“If there’s ever a time to break out the granny panties, this would be it,” the doctor told Metro.
Trending NowMeet the founder of Letters to Strangers, the largest global youth-for-youth mental health non-profit
Special Offer for YouTake up to 50% off select swimwear at DICK'S Sporting Goods
More from In The Know:
FYI, today's the last day you can get these TikTok-favorite beauty products for up to 30% — including the Dyson Airwrap
This $45 office chair has over 30,000 5-star reviews on Amazon and is a '5/5 in every category'
The Tie Bar's new knit polo is the best and most versatile spring menswear essential
People love this small, compact rowing machine — and it probably costs less than your gym sneakers