Fashion: Underwear: Hygiene
Bathing Suit   (+5, -2)  [vote for, against]
We only wear them to keep from going nude.

Laundry is one of the dirty, despised chores that clothing has given to humanity. It is true that clothes shelter us from the elements, and our nakedness from one another, but they are also filthy appendages that keep what should be shed, next to our skin.

It is proposed that people buy and wear only the Bathing Suit. This suit of clothes is an attractive garment that hangs loosely from the body. It has a hose insert where water is injected.

Water is pumped into the outfit which later drains out the leg. In this manner the wearer is kept clean and so too is the suit. Stains upon the the outer surface of the suit are worn by the wearer as a sign of his or her own slovenly nature to their-self and others.

The Bathing suit comes in a standard lawyers suit and a priestly habit. For it is known these types wear only one suit.
-- cuckoointherye, Jan 23 2005

Maybe it could be form fitting, solid on the outside but like a maze on the inside so water could be pumped through all the maze channels, and the "walls" of the maze would be flexible and provide massage and scrubbing motion with use.
-- JesusHChrist, Jan 23 2005

yes! that's exactly what I was thinking!
-- cuckoointherye, Jan 23 2005

Where does the water go?

I'd rather have warm air pumped through it, and flush soapy water through it four or five times a day. I doubt soaking all day every day is good for you.
-- tiromancer, Jan 23 2005

Pump cooled steam in for a personal sauna.
-- robinism, Jan 23 2005

Or flowing custard for flexible yet instantly hard body armor.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jan 23 2005

Good thixotropic thinking!
-- robinism, Jan 23 2005

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