I’m not quite sure what to make of this, but making fun of it would seem to be the least I could do:
In a survey by Fitness magazine (that could well have been underwritten by the Federation of Window Blind Manufacturers), almost two in three Americans say they often walk around the house naked.
Now what do they mean by “often”? For that matter, what do they mean by “around”? An unpajama-ed trip from the bedroom to the toilet seven nights a week has frequency going for it, but not distance, unless one of the two rooms involved is in a separate wing of the house. (And we need the date this survey was taken: in North America, at least, there’s probably more around-the-house nakedness in August than in February. Your climate may vary.)
Odds are that this neighborhood nudity has a gender tilt, since 57 percent of women said they think they look fat when glancing at themselves naked in a mirror, while 48 percent of men are thinking, “Dude, lookin’ good.”
These two statements are not strictly comparable, unless the question was worded this way:
When you glance at yourself naked in a mirror, do you look fat?
[ ] Yes [ ] No
I will say here only that between my bedroom and my bathroom, there’s a full-length mirror, and I generally pay very little attention to it.