BLUE undies are luckiest, say superstitious Brits.
A third of us admit owning a pair of “lucky pants”, often worn on first dates and to meetings and sporting events.
Blue undies are the top choice at 24 persent, followed by black at 21 per cent and white at 14.
The least lucky are orange, at just two per cent.
Sommige 36 per cent of men confessed they had a pair of “good luck” Y-fronts or boxer shorts, terwyl 30 per cent of women admitting having a pair of charmed knickers.
Millennials were most likely to have lucky undies, by 49 persent, followed by Gen Z-ers at 46 persent en 27 per cent of those aged 35 aan 44. Net 26 per cent of ages 45 aan 54 had a pair of lucky pants, met 24 per cent aged 55 aan 64, en 21 per cent of OAPs.
Garden store worker Kevin Lowe, 36, said of his navy blue boxers: “I passed by driving test in them in 2011.
“I also met my partner while I was wearing them on a night out and when I got my current job. I dread the day they wear out.”
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